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Riyadh: Edge of the World & Camel Trail14 Reviews
Explore the Edge of the World and walk an old camel trail on a guided tour in Riyadh. Discover dramatic cliffs and ancient architecture, and learn about local culture.
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- Explore an Old Camel Trail with a professional guide
DescriptionFrom the moment your tour starts, your tour leader will give you full attention. Once in the car, your tour leader will talk to you about all the things on the way as well as other aspects of your tour that will interest you. Before Driving to Edge of the world Riyadh, also known as Jabal Fihrayn is 120 Km from Riyadh. Standing atop the 1,000-foot high escarpment at Jabal Fihrayn, you find stretching before you an uninterrupted view of the horizon in all directions, leaving you with the impression that you are, indeed, standing at the very edge of the world. The effect on one’s body and mind and soul is exhilarating. These cliffs rise dramatically from the desert, stretching toward the sky like a great natural wall. When you stand atop them and look toward the horizon, you have a prime view of the sky as it seems to melt into the barren earth. (Optional) your tour leader can recommend for you lovely restaurant to have your Lunch. The Edge of the World Saudi Arabia (Jebel Fihrayn) is an unexpected and dramatic geological wonder in the rocky desert northwest of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The site earned its nickname because from atop the escarpment, you have an uninterrupted view of the horizon. It’s part of the much longer Tuwaiq Escarpment, and drops down 1,000 feet into an ancient ocean bed. While standing on the cliffs, you’ll spot dried rivers weaving across the land, and see camels moving far below. These camels and their herders are following a well-trodden path, as an ancient caravan route once passed within its shadow. In the end, You can enjoy walking on old camel tracks which are always very fascinating. Travel in comfort back to your hotel, Riyadh has so much to see, feel, eat and buy so if you have time and want to add more to your itinerary – just let us know what you are interested in and we will arrange it for you.
IncludesFlexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences All transfers by modern air-conditioned van from your hotel in Riyadh English speaking tour leader/driver. Entrance fees All Service charges and taxes
- The camel ride is weather dependent