7 Days trip in Saudi Arabia

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Historical landmarks
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Saudi Arabia is a Middle Eastern country known for its rich history, vast deserts, and significant role in the Islamic world. It has a diverse geography, from expansive sand dunes to mountain ranges, and is one of the world's leading oil producers. The culture is deeply rooted in Islamic traditions, and the country is home to the two holiest cities in Islam. With its rapid development and modernization, Saudi Arabia offers a unique blend of tradition and progress.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to SAR
SAR 3.75
Best Way to Get Around
Private Cars
Ride-hailing services
Public buses

Day 1

  1. Al-Masjid an-Nabawi

    120 minutes

    Visit the second holiest site in Islam, the Al-Masjid an-Nabawi mosque which has stood in Medina for more than 1,400 years.

  2. Mount Uhud

    120 minutes

    Visit the site of the Battle of Uhud where Prophet Muhammad and his followers fought against the Quraysh.

  3. Quba Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit the first mosque built in Islam, the Quba Mosque which was built by Prophet Muhammad himself.

Day 2

  1. Al-Tayebat International City

    240 minutes

    Visit the museum which chronicles Islamic history and also includes various other exhibits depicting Arab culture.

  2. Bab Al-Salam Historical Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit the Bab Al-Salam Mosque which is one of the oldest mosques in Medina, built in the seventh century.

  3. Jabal al-Lawz

    360 minutes

    Visit the Jabal al-Lawz mountain which has a hiking trail that offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.

Day 3

  1. Al Aqeeq

    300 minutes

    Visit the ancient city of Al Aqeeq which is home to historic ruins and buildings from the Ottoman Empire.

  2. Al-Abyar Cave

    120 minutes

    Explore the Al-Abyar Cave which has ancient rock art, stalactites and stalagmites, and a subterranean lake.

  3. Al-Baydha Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit the Al-Baydha Mosque which is one of the oldest mosques in Medina, built during the time of Prophet Muhammad.

Day 4

  1. Al-Qarah Cave

    360 minutes

    Explore the Al-Qarah Cave which has stunning natural rock formations and abundant plant and animal life.

  2. Harrat Lunayyir

    480 minutes

    Take a day trip to the Harrat Lunayyir volcanic field which features an awe-inspiring landscape filled with craters, cones and rock formations.

  3. Al-Aqeeq Souk

    120 minutes

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Al-Aqeeq Souk market which sells everything from traditional clothing and perfumes, to local crafts and jewelry.

Day 5

  1. Al-Magar Site

    240 minutes

    Visit the Al-Magar site which is a Neolithic site dating back to approximately 5,000 BCE.

  2. Rijal Almaa Village

    360 minutes

    Explore the Rijal Almaa Village which is a UNESCO World Heritage site featuring historic buildings, narrow alleys, and traditional markets.

  3. Asir National Park

    240 minutes

    Take a relaxing walk through the Asir National Park which is home to abundant wildlife, forests, and cascading waterfalls.

Day 6

  1. Mada'in Saleh

    480 minutes

    Explore the ancient city of Mada'in Saleh which is a UNESCO World Heritage site featuring historic tombs, temples, and rock carvings.

  2. Al-Ula Old Town

    120 minutes

    Explore the historic Al-Ula Old Town which is home to ancient buildings, narrow alleys, and traditional markets.

  3. Jebel Al Fil Cave

    60 minutes

    Explore the Jebel Al Fil Cave which has ancient rock art, stalactites and stalagmites, and a stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

Day 7

  1. Jannat Al Moaalah Cemetery

    120 minutes

    Visit the Jannat Al Moaalah Cemetery which is the burial ground for many important figures in Islamic history including Prophet Muhammad's wife Khadijah and his daughter Fatimah.

  2. Mount Arafat

    240 minutes

    Visit the Mount Arafat which is the site where Prophet Muhammad delivered his last sermon during the Hajj pilgrimage.

  3. Abraj Al-Bait Towers

    180 minutes

    Visit the Abraj Al-Bait Towers which is one of the tallest buildings in the world and features a shopping mall, luxury hotel, and observatory deck.

Estimated Cost (USD)


Budget Hotel
30-50 USD per night
Mid-range Hotel
80-150 USD per night
Luxury Hotel
200-300 USD per night


5-10 USD per ride
3-8 USD per ride
Car rental
40-80 USD per day


Street Food
2-5 USD per meal
Budget Restaurant
10-20 USD per meal
High-end Restaurant
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance fee to Museums and Historical Landmarks
10-20 USD
Day Tour
50-100 USD per day
50-200 USD per day

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