In the north of Saudi Arabia, populated by ancient sites dating from the Nabataeans, and striking rocks AlUla is the new destination that everyone will soon be talking about.
Known or not, AlUla is gradually gaining favor among seasoned travelers. Under the auspices of the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU), this wild region of northern Saudi Arabia covers almost 22,561 km2 and includes oases, valleys, rocky mountains with dramatic shapes, but also and especially archaeological sites dating from the Nabataeans (already behind Petra) and Lihyanites.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the most striking is surely Hegra, which brings together 100 tombs with elaborate façades.
It is not a coincidence that the group Aman, already at the head of some of the most beautiful hotels in the world (Amanagiri, Amanzoe ...) took part in the project and announces the opening of 3 sites on the horizon 2023. Including a tent camp in total connection with nature, a pure luxury hotel close to the sites or a ranch-chic in the middle of the desert. Case to follow ...
Journalist : Jade Simon for Vogue