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The Maghaer Shuaib

 seems to appear from nowhere in the reddish desert west of Tabuk, its elegantly carved façades and tombs built into the sandstone rocks recalling Petra in Jordan and Hegra at AlUla. After he fled Egypt, Moses lived here for a decade under the patronage of the prophet Shuaib, who had been impressed by Moses’ chivalry. In return, he offered his daughter Zipporah’s hand in marriage, which Moses accepted before returning to Egypt.

Tayeb Ism The valley of Moses

While getting closer to a nice little palm grove ornamenting the bottom of the cliffs, the mountain side that looks towards the Gulf suddenly reveals the stunningly high edges of a narrow canyon whose entrance is just few dozen meters from the sea. There the granite massif looks like it’s been torn in two by a supra natural force.

Jibal Hisma

The western entrance of the Wadi Dham is like a natural threshold of the unreal landscape of Jibal Hisma. Indeed this Saudi desert made of the extraordinary shapes of the sandstone massifs sculpted by the erosion and surrounded by multi-color sand banks not only rivals its Jordanian counterpart but offer unique scenery and out-of-this-world landscapes.

Safinat Haql

There are many stories and fairy tales about the ‘Georgios G’ but here is what we know as fact: this vessel was built in England after the end of the Second World War, it was launched in 1958 as a cargo liner and at the time of its doomed trip it was carrying a cargo of flour and was owned by the Saudi businessman Amer Mohamad al Sanousi who had purchased the vessel shortly before the accident.

Ras Al-Sheikh Hameed

The beaches of the Ras Al-Sheikh Hameed are not only beautiful by themselves but they also offer stunning viewpoints on the Sinai Mountains of Egypt that are just 10 kilometers to the west. From the Ras Al-Sheikh Hameed the sunsets above the edges of the Sinai that fall into the Red Sea are particularly stunning.


​The old village of Khaybar ​is made of ruins of abandoned ​buildings whose base (probably more ancient) is built with stones and the upper part is made of mud-bricks. ​Mosques, shops, houses and palaces that were ​​inhabited until the seventies are still standing today.

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