Category | Madain Saleh and Al-Ula

Hegra (Mada’in Salih)

Second only to Petra, this former capital of Nabataeans Empire, is a must visit site on your trip to Al Ula

Qasr Al-Farid

Unique for its uniqueness from the rest of the carved palaces in the surrounding mountains, Qasr Al-Farid is sculpted in an independent rock block that rivals the majesty of any carved architecture in the world

Qasr al-Bint

One of the at least four necropoles of Madain Saleh, Qasr al-Bint is the most famous of al-Hijr necropolis and the most visited

Al Diwan

A square chamber containing three stone benches that served as a triclinium for sacred feasts, al-Diwan was used by Nabatean rulers to hold court orders, meetings & religious gatherings

Al Mabiyat Village

Pre-Dating Islam, Al-Mabiyat archeological site is one of the most important early Islamic sites dating back to the Umayyad and Abbasid periods when it was known as Qarah

Jabal al-Fil

Also known as Elephant Rock, Jabal al-Fil is a unique and astonishing rock that resembles the shape of an elephant