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7 Female Saudi Travel Instagrammers That Will Inspire You DAILY

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With Instagram being the place where one gets travel inspiration from, we thought of presenting you our very own set of talented female Saudi globetrotters that are traveling around the world and making us want in.

Some of these women have amassed a sizeable following on Instagram running up into the millions as they go on capturing marvelous images of people, landscapes, and food.

So get your notifications turned on for these seven globetrotting Instagrammers.

Al Khaibary

The budding Instagrammer has traveled extensively around Saudi and the photos of her wanderings are bound to give one a serious case of wanderlust.

Fatema Amr

Fatema doesn’t travel much around Saudi, rather she has made it her mission to explore the land of the rising sun – Japan. Her photos are like medicine to the eyes.

Samira Al Maliki

This isn’t your regular travel blog, here many a time the photo is of food with the amazing Saudi landscape as its backdrop. This concept of hers seems to be working as she has amassed over 30k followers.

Ayna Ana

Food and travel, can you wish for a better combination? Wandering around the world with a camera in her hand, the photos on this feed are bound to leave one transfixed.

Israa Garatli

The Dhahran native mostly posts about her travels in the US. She has a well-balanced feed that captures landscapes, monuments and day to day life of people in the country.

Esra Al Hamal’s

Her Instagram account is called Arabian Wanderess and a scroll through her feed feels like flipping pages through an art book. The composition and quality of the photos are on another level.

Ahlam Al Najdi

Though not primarily a travel blogger, she does post a lot about travel. She is also one of the biggest female Saudi influencers with a following of a whopping 3.4 million on Instagram alone.

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See AlUla Through the Lens of Young Photographers in CaptureAlUla Photo Competition

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A photography competition kicked off earlier on World Photography day and five Saudi photographers were able through their lens to showcase the beauty of AlUla.

The winner of the #CaptureAlUla Photo Competition really did a wonderful job highlighting the beauty of the area that extends to 22,561km² and include a lush oasis valley, towering sandstone mountains and historical sites.

The competition, which the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) held in co-operation with Sony Alpha, aimed to support the local talents of the Kingdom. The winners were awarded with a compact Sony Alpha 6600M camera, which has the world’s fastest Auto-focus, and a commission of 10,000 SAR from RCU.

The winners will also get to cooperate with RCU on upcoming projects, which is considered as a great opportunity for them.

Ziad Alarfaj, Sony Alpha Ambassador in KSA and another #CaptureAlUla judge commented: “The participants are all very creative, we chose those winners based on who we believe will have a brilliant future in photography. Each winner has a valuable opportunity to share their artistry with to the world, each picture was chosen not only for showcasing the beauty of its subject, but in telling the story behind it.”

Aisha Alhjairi who loves cinematography, photography and listening to classical music, earned the Design grouping. “By using pottery and dry branches, using earthy colours, and through the harmony between the elements of this artwork and the harmony of lighting in it, I wanted to show and prove that from the drought we can create an artistic picture, as beauty is created from severity, and luxury is created from simplicity,” she said while commenting on her winning image. “I made this idea specifically to show the sensual heritage (the pottery) in a different way from what is customary to touch the feelings of the recipient and bring them back to the memory.”

Check out the incredible photos and see AlUla in a different perspective through the eyes of young talents!

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Saudi Arabia Ranked 6th Safest Travel Destinations in World During Pandemic

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Saudi Arabia has been ranked among the six safest travel destinations during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Wego Travel Blog.

In the article “Safe Places to Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” which was published by Wego Travel Blog, the Kingdom was ranked the sixth safest country and it’s also worth mentioning that it was the only Middle Eastern country in the group.

The travel blog chose the countries according to an EU methodology for its travel risk assessment.

Australia came first first in the global safe destinations for travel during the pandemic, followed by New Zealand, Singapore, Zambia, Cuba and Saudi Arabia.

The classification comes based on the country’s ability in containing the pandemic and how efficient its health system is, regarding the number of ICUs and medical staff.

 

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Second Partial Lifting on the Suspension of International Flights To Happen in November

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Ready to fly away to more countries soon? It has been announced that new international destinations will be available for traveler starting next month.

Saudi’s airline made the announcement on its official Twitter account, adding that the total number of international destinations for permitted travelers will rise to 33.

This is considered to be the second partial lifting of the suspension of international flights, after the first one that took place on September 15th that permitted traveling to 20 destinations in the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

Destinations now include more cities in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa and extend to Beirut, Kuwait, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Milan, Delhi, Dhaka, Guangzhou, Kochi, Lahore, Multan, Mumbai and Peshawar.

As for the full lifting of the suspension, the Kingdom plans on ending all restrictions as of next year on air, land and sea transport. An official date will be announced in December.

 

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