Tourists go to Mount Shada in the Al-Baha region, to explore the deep caves and the experience of sleeping inside one of its caves and reading the shapes carved by the ancient man inside these caves.
The visitor stops in this area to enjoy the moments of Red Sea vapors rise to the tops of the Sarawat mountain range, to form a thick fog that blocks the sun’s rays from the slopes of the mountains.
According to “SPA” report, attention is directed to the houses built on the sides of the mountains and made rooms in the caves with modern specifications, where the chandeliers hanging from the ceilings, and (Wi-Fi) for the tourist to benefit from to transmit his memorial photos as soon as they are taken.
The visitor to this beautiful nature can immediately eat fresh fruits from the trees, where they are watered from rainwater and grow without any human intervention.
The natural painting is complemented by the presence of rare animals such as Arab tigers, wolves, lynx, mongoose, falcons, eagles, and many types of birds that made it one of the largest Saudi nature reserves.
Al-Baha region, with its beautiful nature and historical heritage, is among the 11 destinations chosen by the Saudi Tourism Authority to receive tourists from inside and outside Saudi Arabia.