We are thrilled to have been approached by Departure’s Nicola Chilton following the grand reveal of Al Ula’s hidden heritage to modern-day explorers, focussing on the opportunities we present for an epic adventure.
‘Deep within the Saudi Arabian desert, a vast landscape of awe-inspiring ruins is finally ready for its international close-up.’
“These are exciting times. We want to be amongst the first people there to create exciting itineraries that no one else is going to be thinking of.” – Geordie Mackay Lewis
‘The best way to appreciate the scale of Al Ula on both a manmade and natural level is from the air. The elements have carved the sandstone into improbable shapes, and the effects are breath-taking.’
Plans are already in the pipeline to take people further afield, to discover the areas few have seen from unusual perspectives and in exciting ways, with heli-biking and heli-hiking amongst ideas.