Discover another side of Saudi Arabia when you book flights to Tabuk. You’ll find snow-dusted mountains, prehistoric cave paintings, and world-class dive sites in this diverse slice of the country.
We operate flights to Tabuk from a variety of airports. Take your pick from our range of dates and times, with both Economy and Business Class fares available. At some departure locations, we now offer online check-in and mobile boarding passes to help make your travel experience a bit easier.
Choose a seat in Economy Class and you can enjoy a personal HD touchscreen all the way to Saudi Arabia. It’s packed with movies, music, games, and TV shows to help keep boredom at bay. If that’s not for you, connect to our award-winning WiFi to surf the internet or shop for duty-free goods. Snacks and beverages are also available to buy or you can even pre-order a hot meal - inspired by cuisines from around the globe.
In Business Class, you can enjoy all these amenities along with exclusive perks. Enjoy fast-track security, a premier lounge and priority boarding – and that’s before you take to the sky. Once onboard, get comfortable in your Italian leather seat, browse blockbuster movies on your HD touchscreen, and savour a hot meal and beverages - all brought to you by a dedicated member of the cabin crew.
Make your way to the historic district in the centre of Tabuk and you’ll find bustling Souq Twaheen. Wander past stalls overflowing with dates, bread and nuts, and pick up supplies for a picnic.
Travel to the nearby coast to experience world-class dive sites in the Red Sea. Here, among the crystal clear waters, you can see coral reefs alive with rainbow fish.
Experience the country’s famous hospitality with a visit to one of the many restaurants across the city. Sample traditional, home-cooked Saudi dishes, such as chicken with rice, freshly baked flatbreads, bulgur wheat salad, and succulent kebabs.
Nestled among the desert in north-west Saudi Arabia, Tabuk is the gateway to the Red Sea coast. Book flights here to explore ancient history, lip-smacking food and a wealth of natural wonders.
Step back in time at Tabuk Castle, one of Saudi Arabia’s best sights. Explore the ruins of this 16th century fortress in the city centre and discover documents and artefacts dating back to the time of the prophet Mohammed in the onsite museum. Nearby you’ll also find the Hejaz Railway Station, an old Ottoman terminus where wooden freight carts still stand. See locomotives from the 1900s and witness the workshops and state-of-the-art museum on this historic site.
Travel to nearby Wadi Dam to discover an archaeologist’s paradise. Ancient rock art and historic inscriptions have been found here dating all the way back to the Palaeolithic era. Another intriguing day trip to make is to see a trio of forts - Al-Azlam Fort, Al-Muwailih Fort, and Az-Zuraib Fort. Each has its own unique history so embrace the opportunity to learn more about the region’s past.
Wander through Prince Fahd bin Sultan’s Park and enjoy a dose of fresh air. This green pocket of the city is the perfect place for a family picnic, romantic stroll or even a snooze in the sunshine. If you’re looking to get your shopping fix while in Tabuk, make a beeline for Al Hokair Mall. Here you’ll find a parade of high street boutiques and several places to eat.
Whether or not you’ll need a visa to enter Saudi Arabia will depend on your home country. Please check with your embassy before your flight to Tabuk.
While in Tabuk you’ll use the Saudi Riyal (SAR). Frequently used banknotes include: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100.
Arabic is the official language used in Saudi Arabia, though you may find that English is also spoken.
While the weather in Tabuk is usually warm, with average highs of 39 °C in summer, temperatures are known to drop to lows of 4°C in winter.
To see all the top attractions in Tabuk and the surrounding region, you can use the network of buses or book a taxi.
You’ll arrive into and depart from Tabuk Regional Airport (TUU). The city centre is only a short journey away – you can either take a taxi or hire a car from a local operator.