Sharaan Reserve Vip Safari Tour

Discover some of the world's most beautiful and unique landscapes during a private journey that takes you to unique rock formations and ancient inscriptions

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From SAR 1984 per vehicle


Advanced booking required. Operated by Pangaea Adventures

Tour Type

Guided (English/Arabic)



Arrival Time

At least 15 minutes before booking time

Age Restrictions

8 years and above

Group Size


Meeting Location

Transportation provided to and from guests accomodations


This four-hour sightseeing tour invites up to three passengers in your private party to sit back, relax and be awed in an air-conditioned 4x4 vehicle driven by a professional guide. The Sharaan Nature Reserve is a protected area that features red-rock canyons, broad valleys, open desert areas and rocky outcrops. One and a half hours into the journey, have a rest at Raqasat, also known as the Dancing Rocks - called this because they are sculpted by wind and sand to appear as if they sway in unison. The next stop will be at Mahlab al-Naqah Valley to enjoy snacks, Arabic coffee, tea and water before beginning a short hike to ancient inscriptions. Bask in the wonder of these magnificent writings during the third stop at the Alarabah inscription before returning to the meeting point.

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Experience Location

Pangaea Adventure Club

Know before you go

Available year-round

Sun - Sat

07:00 to 12:30, 12:00 to 17:30


  • Pre-registration is required. Please bring your Passport/Iqama/ID and ticket for check-in.
  • Please read the terms and conditions before purchase and note that you will be required to complete a waiver form before the activity.



From SAR 1984 per car (up to 4 PAX )

  • Professional guide (English/Arabic)
  • Private 4x4 vehicle with air-conditioning
  • Snacks, coffee, tea, water
  • Transport to and from meeting location
  • Please note all the experiences are subject to weather and visibility conditions.
  • Guests should wear comfortable outdoor clothing with closed-toe walking shoes or boots.
  • Some sites visited lack shade and can be hot under direct sunlight; we strongly recommend you bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
  • Early mornings and desert nights can be chilly; we strongly recommend you bring a warm jacket.