Untouched for centuries, this enchanting region is home to a series of fascinating historical and archaeological sites that span over 200,000 years of human history and ancient civilizations, all the way back to the stone age. Here, dramatic tombs, incredible rock formations and Saudi's
first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra, sits alongside lush date palms and a vibrant oasis, close to AlUla
Old Town, inviting you to experience authentic Arabia in boutique luxury.
Serving once as a meeting place for pilgrims, merchants and explorers and a key location for the incense, spice and silk routes that linked Arabia, Egypt and India,
AlUla offers an authentic glimpse into the rich history and unmatched magic of this area. This stunning region is now ready to share its unique story with those wanting to find a new destination, offering transformative experiences, luxury hospitality and world-class facilities that you won't soon forget.
AlUla's dramatic landscape, serene beauty and hidden valleys make for an abundance of exciting adventures, enthralling experiences and not-to-be-missed events. Meet with civilisations from an ancient time in Hegra as you explore the largest preserved site of the Nabataean civilisation south of Petra in Jordan, discover the largest mirrored building in the world, reflecting its stunning location, with a visit to the unique Maraya, experience authentic Arabia as you meander through the ancient and winding alleyways of AlUla Old Town or gaze at stars beneath the spectacularly clear night sky on a desert adventure.
If you're looking for the ideal climate to explore the local environment and surroundings, October through to April is the perfect time to visit AlUla, with temperatures ranging from 10-25 degrees Celsius and then dropping at night to offer a respite from the heat. In AlUla's summer months, May through to September, the weather is known to get much hotter, with temperatures ranging from 20-35 degrees Celsius. If you are planning to travel to this spellbinding destination, make sure to plan your experience around the weather and make sure you drink enough water.