The struggle has finally paid off. A vision Saudi Arabia saw 12 years ago in 2006 will finally be a reality. Saudi Arabia announced that it will start issuing a tourist visa to non-muslims April 1, 2018, onward. Earlier, the Arab country only allowed non-muslim foreigners to enter on a business visa or for personal reasons, like visiting family working there. Andrea Ross, director of Wild Frontier, is very excited about it and will be taking her first Saudi Arabia trip in November 2018. Wild Frontier is known for taking tours to adventurous places like Pakistan, Russia, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Ross was more than happy to give a brief itinerary of the Saudi Arabia tour, which will start by visiting the Nabatean site of Mada’in Saleh. Then, the tour will proceed to Red Sea town of Jidda, Riyadh, and Sarawat Mountains. It would be great to visit Sarawat Mountains because it lies on Yemen - Saudi Arabia border, which has red brick homes. Yemen is now closed for tourists purposes, so tourists will also get a chance to visit there.
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