Middle East

Saudi Arabia

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At the Heart of the Arabian Peninsula

For centuries the land that now makes up Saudi Arabia has been a mystery to outsiders—but things are changing. At the initiative of the ruling Saud family, the country is opening up and travelers are welcome.

The diversity and breadth of what the kingdom has to offer visitors is astounding. Astonishingly beautiful prehistoric petroglyphs, monumental ancient tombs, outstanding cuisine, medieval oasis villages, and futuristic skyscrapers are all on offer. Beyond the world-class sights, you’ll experience the distinctive places where Saudis lead their daily lives—from bustling bazaars to sacred mosques—and get out into the majestic and surprisingly varied landscapes.

Why travel to Saudi Arabia with MIR

While Saudi Arabia is becoming more welcoming to foreign travelers, a visit to the country can still be challenging. MIR’s guides and travel planners know the nuances of exploring here. They aren’t just experts on the Saudi sights—they’re ambassadors to the culture, dedicated to ensuring that you have a rich and authentic experience.

  • 35 years of travel experience
  • Twice named one of National Geographic Adventure’s “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”
  • Personalized travel planning from start to finish
  • On-the-ground support
  • Guides and tour managers that clients rave about
  • Quality you can trust
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Nabataean rock tombs of Hegra (Madain Saleh) near Al Ula, Saudi Arabia. Photo credit: Douglas Grimes
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  • The Hegra (Madain Saleh) Archaeological Site near Al Ula, Saudi Arabia. Photo credit: Douglas Grimes The Hegra (Madain Saleh) Archaeological Site near Al Ula, Saudi Arabia. Douglas Grimes
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  • Exploring the Ushaiger Heritage Village in Saudi Arabia. Photo credit: Douglas Grimes Exploring the Ushaiger Heritage Village in Saudi Arabia. Douglas Grimes
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Traveler Reviews

  • "The seamless itinerary, knowledgeable guides, and additional excellent recommendations provided me with a flawless trip. There was no "favorite" part... the entire trip was exceptional in every way."

    R. Gray

    Thornville, OH

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