Stargazing at Gharameel

Experience the enchantment of desert, surrounded by Gharameel’s mystical rock formations, and enjoy dinner alfresco
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Price

From SAR 397 per person

Schedule

Available year-round, schedules updated periodically

Booking

Advanced booking required. Operated by Husaak Adventures

Tour Type

Guided (English - Arabic)

Duration

3-4 hours

Arrival Time

At least 15 minutes before booking time

Age Restrictions

8 years and above

Group Size

Minimum 4

Meeting Location

Husaak Adventure Centre

Parking

Husaak Adventure Centre


Overview

Venture to Gharameel for a rare view of the milky way, free from light pollution. Millions of stars, visible without telescopes, are framed by Gharameel’s mesmerising rock formations. On full moon nights, visitors will take a short walk to admire the surrounding landscape before setting up camp to view the night sky. On darker nights, the tour will solely focus on stars and constellations. All tours include a grilled dinner, which will be prepared for visitors around the campfire.

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Experience Location

Husaak Adventure Center

Know before you go

Summer timings: (11 May - 30 Sep)

Fri & Sat

Experience starts at: 18:00

Winter timings: (1 Oct - 28 Feb)

Open daily

Experience starts at: 17:30

  • If you choose the pick up option, please be ready half an hour before the tour starts.
  • Pre-registration is required. Please bring your Passport/Iqama/ID and ticket for check-in.
  • Late arrivals or no shows may result in you forfeiting your experience.
Regular:

Adult

SAR 397 per person

Child

SAR 340 per person

  • Professional guide (English/Arabic)
  • Access to the remote Gharameel area of AlUla, one of the best stargazing spots in AlUla
  • Stargazing or Moonlit experience depending on the moon cycle
  • Dinner featuring traditional Saudi cuisine
  • Free parking at the Husaak Adventure Centre 
  • Transport to and from Husaak Adventure Centre
  • Please note that all 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.
  • If you booked your ticket through a third party, please coordinate with them on policies, changes and updates.