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8 Images Showing That Umluj Is the Maldives of the Kingdom

To the north of Saudi Arabia, on the shores of the Red Sea, is a small town with a reputation for all things beautiful. Umluj, locally dubbed as the Maldives of the Kingdom, sits in Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk province and it’s easy to see why.



Arabic translation below الترجمة تحت Lost paradise in Saudi Arabia.. watch the full clip on YouTube and please do subscribe to my channel. The link is in my Instagram profile. I’ve just got started but have lots more Saudi travel videos to come! This deserted Island and 100+ others will become luxury resorts and eco lodges in the future. Let’s hope the nature and environment is protected in the process . . . . الجنة المفقودة في المملكة العربية السعودية .. شاهد المقطع الكامل على يوتيوب والرجاء الاشتراك على قناتي. الرابط موجود في ملفي الشخصي على الانسغرام. لقد بدأت للتو ولكن لدي المزيد من مقاطع الفيديو حول السفر في السعودية! سوف تصبح هذه الجزيرة المهجورة وأكثر من مئة آخرين، منتجعات فاخرة ونُزلًا صديقًا للبيئة في المستقبل. أحد الأسماء الكبيرة التي تستثمر في مشروع البحر الأحمر هو ريتشارد برانسون. دعونا نأمل حماية الطبيعة والبيئة في هذه العملية مضمونة #سياحة #المملكة_العربية_السعودية #مشاريع_سعودية #البحر_الأحمر #أملج #تبوك #explorearabia #saudiarabia #sauditourism #saudi_nature #saudigram #visitsaudiarabia #explorethearabworld #redsea #saudiprojects #sheisnotlost #dronestagram #dronevideo #paradise #island #beach #umluj #tabuk #ksa

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It is famous for its turquoise waters, fine sand, beautiful coral reefs, striking surrounding nature, and rich biodiversity.


Umluj is said to stretch some 150 kilometers north of Yanbu, a major Red Sea port in the Kingdom’s Medina Province. 


The town itself attracts guests with its excellent year-round weather, offering lots of sunshine, with very little rain and moderate dry heat during certain periods. Visitors enjoy evenings that are even more appealing, often cool and refreshing.


Umluj is still relatively unknown, so its nature is still intact, clean, and exceptional! 


Near the coastal stretch of Umluj are several islands boasting pristine beaches, tropical vegetation, and crystal blue waters.



Umluj is home to hundreds of incredible coral species, over three times more than the amount found in Caribbean reefs.



Surrounding Umluj are dormant volcanoes such as Harrat Lunayyir, Jabal Qidr, and Jabal Baydaa- so get the adventure going!


Its precious reefs are home to a diversity of marine life, from all kinds of fish and turtles.

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