Asir National Park Saudi Arabia

Posted by Ady on July 22nd, 2019

The first national park of the country is home to remarkable scenery that covers mountain ranges around 3000m above sea level, which look down on green valley’s home to some of the most diverse hamlets in all over Saudi Arabia. The park encompasses an area evaluating 4500 sq km, enlarging from the desert in the east all the way to the Red Sea coast, and is one of the last refuges of the critically endangered Arabian leopard. Travelers would unlikely to see one, as they dwell in the unapproachable mountainous ridges above 1500m.

The park has been divided into two main areas such as the mountainous region northwest of Abha and the valleys and plains to the southeast, with some sectors, fenced off as they are privately possessed land. Both areas are opened to the public, where people enjoy there in the picnic sites, viewing platforms and areas that can be camped in.

The encampments have parking and wastes services, piped water and concrete seats and tables. Wildlife tracks and viewpoints, play areas and hiking paths add the beauty of the park. Most of the park remains a wilderness other than these campsites. The highest mountain in Saudi Arabia with a height of 10,522 feet above sea level which is known as Jabal Soodah, is a part of Asir National Park. The unexplored mountain ranges are masked in fog throughout the wintertime. This part of southwest Saudi Arabia is an entirely different face of the Kingdom.

An enormous sight of mountain ranges as seen from Jabal Soodah which is part of the National Park. For hikers, an evening at Asir National Park is worth spending time. All-encompassing fogs restraint the mountain ranges most of the time, specifically during winter.

Several visitors spend time at the top for a picturesque view of the mountain ranges below and queueing for cable cars. These are equally good though, a few extra hours should be considered to spend in the woods.

During current days, the areas around the hiking pathways have wastes extremely amassed by visitors. If visitors take care cleanliness physically as well as spiritually likewise in Holy places according to Islamic travel reviews, so they would have a very pathetic sight and hopefully in future visitors may have a pleasant time in the National Park.

The juniper forests having large area green the whole valley. The gentle wind lets the fresh air to sweep travelers cool. Since Asir National Park remains almost freezing throughout winter, thus it is cool throughout summer. It snows in the region during the winter, yet not regular.

There are many other wonders abound, from echoes of TE Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) along the Hejaz Railway to the sculpted red dunes of romantic deserts. Captivating Riyadh is a showpiece for present Saudi Arabia, while Jeddah's World Heritage coral architecture whisks tourists back to the history of this bustling pilgrim port. The unspoiled, blue waters of the Red Sea is an adventure to be explored. In the south, the jewel in the Kingdom's crown, Asir, reveals magnificent mountain scenery where mysterious and outstanding villages wait to be explored.

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