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Kingdom’s Land: Where Global Tourism is Being Drawn

The future of global tourism is being drawn up on the Kingdom’s land of the according to the great ambition of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his trustworthy Crown Prince.
There are many successive rapid achievements, as what Prince Mohammed bin Salman reveals, the launch of the “Coral Bloom” project for the main island of the Red Sea project; sustainable development; future development; future projects of the sea project; extension of long projects and real estate projects.
Work continues in a race against time to receive the first touristic group by the end of 2022 with the opening of the international airport and the four hotels, and the remaining 12 hotels scheduled for the first phase will be opened in 2023.
The Red Sea Company, the developer of one of the most ambitious renewable tourism projects in the world, is leading the development of the project, which is a luxurious and renewable tourism destination.
It will create new standards for sustainable development, and place the Kingdom in a prominent position on the global tourism map.
It will be developed on an area of 28,000 square kilometers of virgin lands on the western coast of Saudi Arabia, and includes an archipelago containing more than 90 virgin islands. The destination includes stunning mountains, dormant volcanoes, deserts, and cultural and heritage monuments.
This ambitious map across the Red Sea project and “Coral Bloom” were summarized by the company’s CEO, John Pagano, who said, “We expect visitors to be dazzled when they arrive for the first time, and an immersive luxury experience awaits them.”