Welcome to the breathtaking natural wonders of NEOM, Saudi Arabia! Nestled amidst awe-inspiring landscapes, NEOM’s natural treasures await your exploration. From pristine beaches to stunning mountains, this destination boasts a paradise for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts alike.
However, while you immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of NEOM, allow us to tempt you with a glimpse into the future. In the near future, NEOM will unveil its opulent side, featuring luxurious destinations like Sindalah Island, Trojena Year Round Mountain Resort, the 170km long city called The Line and more. So, come and experience the unparalleled beauty of NEOM now, knowing that when you return, you’ll also indulge in the utmost luxury and grandeur.
Choose one of the journeys below or feel free to contact us if you are looking for a tailored journey,
Marvel at the spectacular landscape as if it was sealed in a bottle and preserved for millennia and imagine the future of cities in a world surrounded by nature.Embark Journey
Spend time with your team in the desert and strengthen the relationships between the members.Choose from a list of various activities to entertain them or go for one of our team development tools and games.Embark Journey
Bring your son or sons on a journey through the desert, strengthen your bonds through shared experiences and challenges, learn how to survive with less than you have on a daily basis and create memories you will cherish for a life-time.Embark Journey
This valley is a natural wonder of Saudi Arabia. The gorge stretches for over 5km and ends in a splendid view of the Red Sea. Various wildlife has been spotted in the Valley since access by vehicle has been restricted and the habitat once again became favourable to birds and animals to live in. Locals name it ‘The Valley of Moses’ because some believe this is where he spent ten years in voluntary exile after fleeing from Egypt or even “The Split Mountain” as according to some folk stories, the split happened when Moses crossed the Red Sea from Egypt into Midian.
Located in northwest Saudi Arabia, Jabal Al-Lawz or the Mountain of Almonds, rises 2,549 metres (8,460 feet) above sea level. It is the higher peak in NW Saudi Arabia and one of the few places in the country where snow falls almost every year. Due to its height and location between the desert and the Gulf of Aqaba, temperatures here can get below zero for days. Local tourists as well as those from the surrounding countries travel here to experience snow for the first time in their life. This is where the Mountain Resort called Trojena is being build so access to it may be closed for a while.
Midian is a geographical place mentioned in the Bible and Quran, located in the northwest of the Arabian Peninsula, on the east shore of the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea. Midian was the son of prophet Abraham and Keturah according to the Bible and the Midianites were called the “Companions of the Wood” in the Quran. The tombs located in this area, in the town of Al Bad, are considered by locals to be from Jethro’s time, who was prophet Moses’ father-in-law. Other research shows that these are Nabatean tombs from the 1st century AD, and that they were made by the Nabatean after leaving Petra.
Measuring 71.6 meters long, 11 meters wide and 4.9 meters high, Georgios G. was built in Britain in 1949 and was launched in 1958 as a cargo ship. The Saudi Titanic as it's also been known lately, left from Greece heading to the port of Aqaba, Jordan, caring flour. During the journey, the ship got stranded off the Saudi coast south of the city of Haql and later caught fire while the staff tried to restart its engine. The fire eventually burned everything inside the ship and it has since become a touristic landmark for visitors to the region.
Just 100 from Tabuk, near the village of Shiqry, lies Al-Shaq Canyon, Also known as the Grand Canyon of Saudi Arabia, formed by the forces of nature tearing the earth apart, at first glance, it seems unremarkable, but as you venture deeper, ancient Bronze Age tombs and a breathtaking deep canyon await you in this almost 300-meter deep universe. This hidden marvel of nature invites exploration and wonder, with a new and unrecognizable landscape emerging from the torn earth.
The Hisma Red Sand Desert in the Arabian Peninsula is a stunning natural wonder spanning 100,000 square kilometers. Tourists are spellbound by its red sand dunes and captivating scenery. The constantly changing dunes, ranging in color from pale orange to deep crimson, create a surreal and visually striking landscape. Thrilling desert safaris offer camel rides, 4x4 vehicles, and sandboarding adventures. Amidst the vastness, the desert provides a peaceful retreat from the chaos of everyday life. Sunset brings a magical ambiance, with warm hues illuminating the sands. The starry nights, free from city lights, offer a humbling reminder of the vastness of the universe. Overall, the Hisma Red Sand Desert is an unforgettable destination for adventurous tourists.
Jebel Safina, also known as Ship Rock, is a captivating geological landmark in Saudi Arabia's Tabuk Province. This rock formation, resembling a stranded ship emerging from the desert, is made of sandstone and limestone and stands at an impressive height of 50 meters. It attracts tourists worldwide due to its unique shape and is surrounded by sand dunes, creating a striking contrast. Ship Rock holds cultural significance for the locals, symbolizing the rich history and heritage of the region. It has inspired various forms of artistic expression and allows visitors to appreciate the beauty of nature and reflect on Earth's transformation over time.