Aseer National Park, known for its unspoiled wildness in the
middle of Saudi Arabia, is a unique location with breathtaking natural beauty
all around. With an area of more than 1600 square kilometers, it is home to
more than 300 animal and bird species. This is a sanctuary for wildlife lovers,
covering 1,600 sq km and offering 67 campsites and 45 picnic areas, alongside
many hiking trails, camping areas, and places to see animals.
The natural park's numerous walking and hiking trails are ideal for adventurers and athletic tourists. Additionally, this park's grounds include Saudi Arabia's tallest mountain, which rises 10,552 feet above sea level. A perfect hiking trek is to the juniper-lined Jebel Soudah, particularly in the summer. Here, you can breathe in the strong, sweet aroma of coniferous trees, take in breathtaking vistas from mountaintops, and enjoy the relief of milder temperatures.
Camping is a wonderfully thrilling sport for the whole family, with nature walks, play spaces, and lookouts for young children. The Aseer National Park's verdant surroundings make for the ideal setting for it. More than 67 camping areas are available for travelers to explore. For the visitors' convenience, all these locations are marked with dots on the park map. Each site has parking spaces, hygienic restrooms, and seating areas with tables and chairs.
Jebel Soudah is the highest point in Saudi Arabia, and the best way to experience it is to take the thrilling cable car journey. The ride is one of the park's main attractions and one of the greatest methods to record the most beautiful sights and sounds from nature.
Aseer National Park is known for its pristine wildness and is home to numerous birds and wild animals. It is also a veritable haven for birdwatchers or ornithologists wishing to learn more about endangered species.
Visitors can walk through one of the many nature trails and have an eye for intriguing creatures. Jeep safaris are another option for quickly traveling the entire length and width of the forest.
There are numerous eateries and coffee shops in and near the park. Before starting their exploration of the national park, visitors can eat breakfast and have a short lunch and a cup of coffee at one of the many cafés in the area, such as KFC, JavaBeans, Aya Sofya, Burger Taste, and Camel Step.
King Abdul Aziz Road, Al Shifa, Abha 62511, Saudi Arabia