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Explore Saudi Arabia

About RAWNAQ Tourism

Our purpose is to open the opportunities for travel and tourism in Saudi Arabia, a country ready to welcome visitors with warm arabian hospitality, picturesque natural beauty, fascinating history and rich cultural experiences. we want to bring Saudi Arabia closer to the world and with our local knowledge and passion for travel and tourism, we are best equipped to elevate the kingdom onto your traveler’s ‘must see’ lists.

About Saudi Arabia

Language and Culture

Arabic is the official language of Saudi Arabia, but English is widely spoken. It is used in business and is a compulsory second language in schools. Among the non-Saudi population, many people speak Urdu, the official language of Pakistan, and other Asian languages such as Farsi and Turkish.

The culture of Saudi Arabia is defined by its Islamic heritage, its historical role as an ancient trade centre, and its Bedouin traditions. The Saudi society has evolved over the years, their values and traditions from customs, hospitality to their style of dressing, are adapting with modernization.

Foods of Arabia

Due to the desert-like climate, Saudi Arabia has a distinct and flavorful cuisine. The Saudi Arabia food culture inculcates the essence of the past nomadic and tribal lifestyle of people in the kingdom. Therefore, traditional food in Saudi Arabia includes basic ingredients such as meat, milk, spices, rice, dates, and fruits. With evolving times the Saudi Arabian cuisine has found a modern twist, but its authenticity is still preserved by the locals. Further, food in Saudi Arabia is a sign of hospitality; hence, tourists visiting Saudi Arabia can find an array of flavorful dishes served with love and respect.


Popularly known as a spicy lamb stew, Tharid is consumed with thick barley flatbread. Many teachings in the Hadith and legends say that Tharid was among the top favorite dishes of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).


Kabsa is a rice dish that has been influenced by Indian and Persian biryanis. It requires making stock by cooking fish or meat along with rice and spices in water.


It is a sweet dish consisting juicy fruits and nuts like pistachios, dates and walnuts. These cookies are made in the shape of domes and prepared while celebrating special occasions and festivals.

Adventure Attractions

Saudi Arabia has a diverse and pro-adventure terrain for thrill-seekers from around the world. Adventure tourism in Saudi Arabia ranges from the trek to the Edge Of The World for dramatic views overlooking the horizon and valley below or indulging in Red Sea scuba diving to get a glimpse into the marine habitat. Tourists can camp under the majestic Arabian star-lit sky at Moon Valley or participate in the desert safari for the attached exhilarating experience.

Al Wahbah Crater
A favorite spot of locals to wander and explore the majesty outdoors of Saudi is the Al Wahbah Crater. Located at a distance of about 250 kilometers from Taif.
Dune Bashing
Buckle up for a 4x4 ride through the alluring sand dunes of Saudi. This popular off-road experience of Saudi combines mud and hill driving.
Sit back and gaze at the beautiful vast skies of breathtaking Saudi. Watch the glittering stars and lose yourself in the dance of the starry night.

Getting Here

With Saudi international airports, served by a wealth of global carriers, getting to and around the Kingdom could not be easier.


King Khalid International Airport (RUH)


King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED)


King Fahd International Airport (DMM)


Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (MED)


Taif International Airport (TIF)


Abha International Airport (AHB)


Hail International Airport (HAS)


King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (GIZ)


Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (ELQ)


Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (TUU)


Prince Abdulmohsin Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (YNB)


Al-Jouf International Airport (AJF)

Al Ahsa

Al-Ahsa International Airport (HOF)

Seasons and Climate

About Saudia Arabia's Weather

As most of Saudi Arabia is a desert-like plateau, the weather usually remain stable throughout the Kingdom. Climatic differences can only be felt between coastal and inland areas. There are four major seasons in Saudi Arabia: Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring. The summer in the country is hot and dry, with very little to no rainfall. On the other hand, winters are mild with the expectations of rain and snowfall in some regions. Mountains in the north can experience moderate snowfall during winters.

During the period from mid-March to mid-June, Saudi Arabia experiences brisk spring weather, especially in the northern region, with nighttime temperatures sometimes dropping below 15 degrees Celsius. The central and southern parts of the country are relatively warmer, with average temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius after nightfall. Spring brings higher rainfall, particularly in the central region and southwest areas, notably over the Aseer Mountains.

When preparing for your trip, remember to pack appropriately by including layers such as light sweaters, scarves, or pashminas. Additionally, don’t forget to bring a rain jacket and sunglasses to be prepared for varying weather conditions.


From mid-June to mid-September, summer sets in with soaring temperatures across most of Saudi Arabia, except for the relatively mild highlands in the southwest. The average temperature hovers around 45 degrees Celsius during this season. While the early mornings and evenings offer more moderate temperatures, it’s an ideal time to make the most of the warm seas by exploring Saudi Arabia’s excellent scuba diving spots or engaging in sailing and snorkeling activities.

When packing for your summer trip, make sure to bring essential items to protect yourself from the intense heat. Don’t forget to pack sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses, water shoes, and a hat to shield your face from the sun’s rays. These preparations will help ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience during your stay.


From mid-September to mid-December, Saudi Arabia experiences the pleasant season of autumn, characterized by milder weather and refreshing cool breezes in both the northern regions and the southwestern highlands. Although daytime temperatures remain warm and can reach the 30s Celsius in early fall, the evenings become more comfortable and suitable for outdoor activities like strolling. This is an excellent time to enjoy leisurely walks along Jeddah’s waterfront, savoring al-fresco dining experiences, or visiting the refreshing cool desert springs of Al Ahsa.

As you prepare for your trip during autumn, be sure to pack appropriate items for the changing weather. Bring along comfortable walking shoes to explore the outdoor attractions, and consider carrying a sweater to stay cozy in air-conditioned buildings and during the cooler evenings. These essentials will help you make the most of your autumn adventures in Saudi Arabia.


From mid-December to mid-March, Saudi Arabia offers a beautiful winter season, perfect for exploring the diverse landscapes of the kingdom. The weather during this time is characterized by balmy days and cool nights, providing an excellent opportunity for various outdoor activities. Whether you’re interested in camping, rock climbing, or exploring the verdant highlands and vibrant cities like Riyadh and Jeddah, the winter months are ideal.

The average winter temperatures typically range in the teens, making it comfortable for outdoor adventures. Moreover, in the northern regions, visitors may even be fortunate enough to witness snowfall, which blankets the slopes and desert sands, creating a picturesque scene.


The sights of Saudi Arabia

What to do in the 13 regions of Saudi Arabia: What to see in the Kingdom?
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a study in contrasts. From Al Jouf in the north to Jazan in the south, you’ll find arid deserts and lush forests, ancient archaeological digs and modern architecture, and haute cuisine and street food. Underpinning all these disparate experiences? Our famous “hafawah,” or Saudi hospitality.
Discover this diverse country on a summer getaway. Book a tour based on the number of days you want to travel, the size of your group and where you want to go — whether it is five days on a Red Sea coastal tour or a daylong adventure through the caves and mountains of Tabuk.

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