Elephant Mountain: Elephant Mountain (also known as Elephant Rock) provides expansive vistas of old geological structures amid the Hejaz, or Western Province,'s undulating dunes. Between Al Ula and Madain Saleh is a beautiful area. Tourists are welcome to accompany local guides to this location.
Abha: Travelers should make arrangements to visit Abha in Asir Province for a historical perspective on one of Saudi Arabia's most distinctive areas. The city is known for its hilly landscape and varied weather patterns, but its old mudhouses are equally popular. Some of the old homes are more than three storeys tall, and many of the thick walls have been preserved, giving visitors a sense of what life was like in ancient times. While tourists can explore the site independently, hiring a guide may be a better choice for seeing these beautiful landmarks in Saudi Arabia.
Al Muftaha Art Village: Al Muftaha Art Village, located just outside of Abha's central centre, is a beautiful mix of old and contemporary. In the quiet boundaries of a historic town dating from the mid-1700s, the vibrant art area exhibits mural paintings and innovative works by local art students. On the route to Muftaha Village and Traditional Market, where other paintings, handcrafted items, and local wares are offered, visitors may wander through the maze of buildings to enjoy the architecture as well as the artwork.
A visit to Al Ahsa and Al Hofuf would be incomplete without a stop at Yellow Lake. On the north side of Al Ahsa National Park, Yellow Lake is the consequence of water runoff from the region's more than 22,000 farms. Tourists can only access the tranquil area, and tourists must arrange for a local guide to accompany them, but the extra effort is well worth it.