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Saudi Arabia

Peregrine Travel is pleased to offer custom tour packages throughout Saudi Arabia. Pleasecontact us for more information.

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In addition to the tour packages, we are happy to customize tours for you:

  • Add other cities to the packages
  • Extend stays in selected cities
  • Customize an itinerary for you that combine any of the following cities:
    • China, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Fiji, India and others.

Saudi Arabia Highlights

  • Darat Al-Malik Abdulaziz

    Description: Darat Al-Malik Abdulaziz is located at the Western side of the Center’s main Maydan, the Darah (King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives) is one of the major elements of King Abdulaziz Historical Center. The 7000 sq. m. building housing the Darah was built at the site of the residential palace of King Abdulaziz with a total built area of 12,000 sq. m. It has been reconstructed without affecting the basic features of the palace. The Darah building is comprised of the following: administration offices, a library, a female research section, services zones, the outdoor areas, a section for the Al-Darah Magazine, and King Abdulaziz Memorial Hall. Darat AI Malik Abdulaziz activities serve the Kingdom's history, geography, arts, ideology, architecture, etc. Its role also includes enhancing scientific research activities.

  • King Abdulaziz Mosque

    Description: The King Abdulaziz Mosque is situated in the western side of the main Maydan south of Al-Murabba' Palace and opposite to King Abdulaziz Road from the North Direction. The Mosque can accommodate (4,200) worshippers. Traditionally, the Mosque was part of the AI Murabba' complex of palaces, and was connected to the second floor of King Abdulaziz Diwan through a bridge.

  • Masmak Fortress

    Description: Masmak Fortress (قصر المصمك Qasr al-Masmak), Deira. 8 AM-noon and 4-9 PM on Sat, Mon, Wed for men, Sun, Tue, Thu for families. The heart of old Riyadh, this was the fortress stormed by King Abdul Aziz and his men in their daring reconquest of Riyadh in 1902. Renovated in 2008 to an inch of its life, the mud brick structure now looks like it was built yesterday, but the museum inside does a pretty good job of recounting the story of the raid and has some fascinating photos of old Riyadh as well. Alas, the second half is devoted to extolling the greatness of the Sauds in everything from agriculture to education.

  • Murabba Palace

    Description: Murabba Palace (Qasr al-Murabba), (next to National Museum). 6-9 PM Sun-Fri. Riyadh's second old mud-brick palace, built by King Abdul Aziz after he conquered Masmak Fortress and figured he should built something harder to conquer. This two-story structure does indeed look pretty intimidating, but permits are no longer needed to venture inside, where you can find sights including the first royal Rolls-Royce.

  • National Museum Saudi Arabia

    Description: National Museum situated at the eastern side of the Main Square, the museum’s two-story modern building accommodates the latest in museology and display techniques. The building, covering an area of 28,000 sq. m., consists of eight main galleries and two others for short-term exhibits, plus the major facilities of the museum. The National Museum has been designed after studying various renowned museums worldwide. This was to ensure that it would be a national landmark in the Kingdom helping to enrich the country's educational and cultural process. The museum's approach to portray man’s history is derived from the Islamic facts and realities regarding the Creation of Man. Here, a unique method is adopted to show the sequence of historical developments. Each of the main galleries represents a particular period of time; beginning with the creation of the universe, up to the present era. Touring the museum would enable the visitor to journey from mysteries of the birth of the universe, through the prehistoric times and ancient civilizations, and to the early proto-Islamic (Jahiliyya) era. Then comes the advent of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) and the Islamic civilization, followed by the Saudi States. Last of all comes the gallery concerning Hajj and the Two Holy Mosques.

  • Public Park

    Description: Parks and green areas mark the main features of the Center with its numerous social and cultural structures, adding a natural environmental image and availing a green area in the center of the City. There are five main fenced parks, a sixth open park, a vast main Maydan, an oasis of Palm Trees and a water stream flowing from an old water well. The Maydan, a vast square of 20,000 sq. m., is situated in the middle of King Abdulaziz Historical Center. It is intended to be used for social and cultural celebrations in exceptional occasions and Eids. The Parks occupy an area of 20-30 thousand sq. m. forming the major part of the Center's area. The other facilities of the Center seem as natural islands surrounded by the green areas. The palm tree is a symbol of patience and gratitude, therefore, palm trees were used to expressively exemplify the years of struggle of the Kingdom. A palm oasis of 100 palm trees to indicate the elapse of 100 years overlooks the Maydan at a relatively high ground. In the northern part of the Maydan, an old water well was reconstructed. Water is bumped from the old well in a water stream running across the central Maydan and terminating in an artificial lake and a fountain.

  • The Water Tower

    Description: The Water Tower is located at the South Eastern part of the Public Park, The Tower was built in 1391AH. to boost water pressure in the public water network. The Tower's two tanks are with a capacity of (12,350) cubic meter. There is a fully equipped restaurant at the top of the Tower.

  • Traditional Buildings

    Description: The land of AI Murabba' Palace in itself is acquiring a historical significance. The complex comprised the famous King Abdulaziz Diwan, King Abdulaziz Palace (Currently Al-Darah) a number of buildings and archeological sites. The High Commission has cared for repairing these sites in accordance with the internationally accepted standards.

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