Adventure Around The Middle East This Eid With These Activities

By Demi Iskander

Vacations are a time to relax, unwind, and explore new places. While many people choose to travel abroad for their vacations, there are plenty of reasons to stay closer to home. Whether you’re looking to save money, reduce your carbon footprint, or simply explore the beauty of your own country, there are countless ways to enjoy a vacation in your homeland. We’ll explore some of the best ways to make the most of your staycation and discover all that your own country has to offer. From exploring hidden gems in your own city to embarking on a road trip across the country, there’s no shortage of exciting adventures waiting for you right at home. So sit back, relax, and get ready to plan the ultimate staycation!

Go Sand-boarding Down The Golden Dunes Of Qatar

Imagine driving a 4×4 vehicle for a safari through the desert of Qatar to the top to sand-board the way down. After the adrenaline rush, rest with a cup of tea to enjoy the sunset and take it all in. Don’t get carried away with the view as there’s still a camel ride to try while visiting the local camel camp there.

Try A Sunrise Kayaking on the Bay Of Bahrain

In the beautiful sunny weather of Bahrain, going to the beach is ideal. Adding extra excitement with kayaking during the sunrise followed by a delicious breakfast for an extra special day. Reef Island, Al Dar Island, and Amwaj Island are the best beaches described for kayaking. No experience needed, just rent your equipment there and start the fun.

Walk Through Alula In Saudi Arabia 

Alula is an ancient oasis city, found in the 6th century B.C, located in the Madina of Saudi Arabia. Alula is created out of ancient stone inscriptions that illustrate the development of the Arabic language. There’s Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site built 2000 years ago called the Hijra for a calm surreal experience. Don’t miss out on the giant swing for a lifetime of excitement.

Try A Hiking Adventure in Wadi Mibam Of Jordan

Wadi Mibam is the kind of place that gathers all nature’s beauty in one place. From waterfalls, blue pools and the greenery to the amazing mountains. Although you can visit the place anytime of the year, the visit during summer is a pulse indeed. Taking a dip in the pool below the waterfalls is the ultimate magical experience. Wadi Mibam is open 24 hours so take your time and spend the day exploring every corner. 

Hit Up The National Library & Archives Of Egypt

The National Library And Archives of Egypt, located at the Nile Corniche, is the largest library in Egypt. For all the bookworms out there the library has several million volumes of books on a wide range of topics. The national archive is located next to the library for those who are interested in Egyptian social and political history. The national archive is not open to the public yet unless with an approved license.

 Reach The Water Through A Hike Of Ammiq Forest In Lebanon

Ammiq is the largest wetland in Lebanon that’s surrounded by forest with a large variety of animals living there. It’s also one of the most important bird migration routes. The hike itself is very enjoyable and fairly easy for nonprofessional hikers. After a long day of activities, treat yourself with a good Lebanese meal at Tawlet Ammiq restaurant. 

 Breath Through The Visit Of The Green Planet In Dubai

Animal and nature lovers who want to escape the city without actually leaving it. In the heart of Dubai is the tropical rainforest with more than 3000 plants and animals. Get a day ticket for forest fun that includes a nighty tour of the tropical creatures to witness how they live during the night.

Take the lead, and your family or friends, and go for something fun in nature. In the end, exploring new things and creating memories is what makes us feel the most alive. Enjoy and happy Eid.

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