This year, celebrate the festive spirit of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr and enjoy a traditional atmosphere with friends and family in AlUla, amidst its stunning natural beauty and magical ancient sites.

Home to Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, AlUla is an ancient city located deep in the desert in the northwestern region of the Madinah Province. It houses a timeless treasure of archaeological beauty that survived the harshness of the climate, cruelties of times, and negligence in most parts of its nearly 7,000 years of history.

Considered the largest living open-air museum in the world, AlUla is a natural wonder, set in the beautiful desert landscape. The rare masterpiece preserves ancient tombs, keeping alive the legacy of unexplored human history and spectacular natural rock formations.

With special Ramadan accommodation offers, including iftar and suhoor, this cultural treasure offers a range of exotic experiences throughout the year, and especially in the upcoming months.

W7Worldwide brings to you some of the most fascinating activities and events at AlUla, coinciding with the holy month of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr.

AlUla during Ramadan: AlUla’s incredible wealth of legacy will remain open throughout the month of Ramadan and beyond, so it’s the perfect time to delve into these ancient assets. A treat for nature lovers, travel buffs, and cultural connoisseurs, the trip is worth the cost and time as you explore its history, heritage sites, and natural wonders, immersing in interactive 360-degree tours.

There are plenty of adventures to be had in AlUla during the holy month. Whether it’s winding through the lush oasis or biking along stunning desert trails, there’s no shortage of incredible experiences to make Ramadan in AlUla truly unforgettable.

Iftar and suhoor: Most dining venues in AlUla are offering visitors pre-dawn and evening meals during the month of Ramadan. Visitors can choose from a wide range of beautiful spots to enjoy their iftar and suhoor, made from the freshest local produce.

Night experience: Ramadan, being a time for quiet reflection, AlUla’s clear desert skies provide the perfect setting for gazing up at the cosmos and contemplating the vast beauty of its countless constellations. Far from city lights, remote desert lands create some of the world’s most enviable dark skies, making AlUla’s idyllic locale and dramatic rock formations spectacular for star and moon gazers.

AlUla Skies Festival 2023: The AlUla Skies Festival, being held from April 26 to May 13, coincides this year with the Eid celebration. Participants can explore AlUla’s stunning landscape from up in the air — whether by a hot air balloon or helicopter. And come night, they can return to earth for stargazing, symphonies, and astrophotography, all of which are sure to make unique memories.

For more information, visit www.experiencealula.com