Im planning a cycling trip from Khobar to Makkah sometime this month.
This will also involve online crowd fund raising for children in Syrian War zone. So there is also a noble cause.
Looking for companions who would like to join from eastern province.
If anyone wants to join mid way (eg Riyadh), they re most welcome to join as well.
Please respond with your phone numbers and I'll get in touch.
I am an Australian GCC resident looking to transit Saudi Arabia and board the ferry from Jeddah to Port Sudan. I can not find any recent information on the internet regarding the ferry company or sailing schedules can anyone assist with this information?
Thanks in advance
Are there any ferries which travel between Saudi Arabia and Egypt (e.g. Duba and Safaga)?
The websites of the companies who are supposed to have ferries running are either empty, or the show no concrete information (no schedules or prices).
If yes, can we use the ferries as foreigners (provided we would solve the visa question)?
Did anybody travel this way?
I have a commercial visa for 2 weeks, but maybe only 1 weeks work (in Jeddah).
Does anyone know if I could get into 'trouble' if I took the second week to be a 'tourist' and travel say to Madain Saleh?
I was thinking of taking the ferry from Suakin to jeddah then getting a bus or two all the way to Doha. I have a connecting flight (originally from Khartoum) in Doha
Is this remotely feasible?
Is a connecting flight (back to London) from Doha sufficient proof of onward travel?
I heard you can get the transit visas from suakin
Here’s some information on how I managed to visit Riyadh on a transit visa in January 2017. It may be of use to others, so I’ll post as much of the detail as I can recall.
While searching for flights from London to Addis Ababa, I noticed a result showed up with a 19 hour stopover in Riyadh. I thought it might be a good opportunity to try and visit the city, although I’d read about the difficulties of getting a visa for Saudi Arabia. Inspired by this post from a fellow British citizen, I decided…
I am a 60 year old male experienced in teaching English as a second language and I would like to teach in Saudi Arabia. I would appreciate any useful information regarding this. thank you
Last weekend, two friends and I headed from Riyadh to Al Ula in northwestern Saudi Arabia for a fascinating 2 1/2 day adventure exploring the unimaginably diverse and larger-than-life landscapes, inspiring archeological sites and lush farms of the area.
Our guide, Khalil Albalawi, founder of Arnawa Tours is from Al Ula and knows the area like the back of his hand. We called him about a week in advance (+966592100072) and he made all the arrangements, including full board accommodation in a…