Saudi Tourism

Answer the call of Saudi

Whether you’re a history buff, fearless explorer, culture enthusiast, or luxury seeker, there’s something always waiting for you in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Which side of Saudi do you want to experience?

From the ruins of the ancient Hijaz Railway Station in Alula to the capital of culture, Riyadh, when looking for an artistic escapade, Saudi is the place for you.

Whether you want to dive into the Red Sea or dine in the city of Jazan, there are many options for you when looking for ways to recharge.

When searching for an adventure, look no further. Go dune bashing in Al Araqana Desert, scale the Al Qarah Mountain, explore the Wahba Crater, or simply enjoy the sunset at the Edge of the World.

From the mesmerising desert to a sensory journey that is the epitome of Saudi hospitality, there are some experiences that you can only enjoy here.

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Frequently asked questions

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Do Indians need a visa to visit Saudi? 

Yes, Indians need a valid Saudi visa to visit the country. Travellers can obtain an eVisa; visit Saudi Arabia visa guide for more information.  

Does IndiGo fly to Saudi?

Yes, IndiGo has direct connectivity to Saudi from Indian cities like Mumbai and Kozhikode.  

What is the baggage allowance for flights to Saudi?

Passengers travelling to Saudi from India can carry up to 30 kg per person. However, visit IndiGo website/app or call customer care to verify the baggage allowance.

What is the local currency of Saudi?

The Saudi Riyal (SAR) is the official currency. Ensure you have some local currency or a way to obtain it upon arrival.

What languages are spoken in Saudi?

Arabic is the official language. English is also widely understood in urban areas and tourist sites.

Which is the main airport in Saudi?

King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) in Jeddah and King Khalid International Airport (RUH) in Riyadh are the main international airports in Saudi.

Do I need to cover my head while entering mosques?

Yes, you need to cover your head with head scarves or abaya as a sign of respect while visiting any of the religious sites like mosques. 

Is Saudi a safe country for women?

Yes, Saudi is a very safe country with little or no crime. Women are well respected and can travel alone or in groups across the country.

When is the best time to visit Saudi?

Saudi has all four seasons, the north part of Saudi also receives snow during winter. Visit the website to know more.

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