A region consisting of picturesque views and untouched coastlines, Tabuk is on the North Western shores of Saudi Arabia. You’ll find the shores of Egypt a mere 2-5 kilometers away, and a shared border with Jordan is just a thirty minute drive from its capital.
Tabuk is historically identified as being part of Midian, a place mentioned in the Qur’an and covers the gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea. It is the home of several settlements, some dating from 5,000 years ago.
Tabuk region is home to a number of mountains, the most famous of which is the Jabal Al-Lawz, transtated as “mountain of almonds.”
To rise in this region of rock formations and seaside marvels is the giga city of Neom.