Introducing the Ha’il Province
The best experiences and tours in Ha’il province
It was once the capital of the Arabian Desert and now, it’s one of the most treasured regions in Saudi Arabia because of its magnificent attractions. The Ha’il province is definitely a must-visit destination and here are the best tours to experience this area of Saudi Arabia:
- Al Nafud desert day trip. If you’re up for an adventure, visit the beautiful red sand dunes in Al Nafud desert. With the help of a tour operator, you can go dune bashing or sand surfing, which will surely be an amazing experience.
- Jubbah rock carvings day trip. Take a trip back in time in Jubbah, an hour away from Ha’il where you can see the famous Jabal Umm Sinman containing rock carvings dating back to 9,000 years ago during the Neolithic period.
The best things to see and do in Ha’il province
Are you ready for an unforgettable trip to Ha’il province? Here are the best things to see and do in the area:
- Explore the castles. At the heart of the region’s capital Ha’il, you’ll see three castles: Barzan Castle, A’arif Fort, and Al Qishlah Castle, which are all significant landmarks in the city and the Ha’il province. A’arif Fort is especially perfect for viewing the city and seeing the Ramadan moon.
- See the Shammar Mountain. You can’t visit Ha’il province and not climb either Aja or Salma, the twin ranges that are part of the Shammar Mountain area named after characters of a tragic love story in Saudi Arabia.
- Shop at the souqs. Of course, you can’t leave Ha’il province without bringing something home. The souqs in this area boast of everything from dates to handmade crafts you’ll surely have a grand time choosing which items to take home as souvenirs and which to keep for yourself.
The best time to visit Ha’il province
You can visit the Ha’il province any time of the year. But if you want to experience its most pleasant weather and not fight the sweltering Arabian heat, you should book a trip between March and November when temperatures are between 20 and 26 degrees Celsius. So, what are you waiting for? Book a trip to Ha’il province now!