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Promoting Cave Tourism in Saudi Arabia


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As part of a major eco-tourism drive, the Kingdom, which is home to thousands of caverns, is developing five cave sites that are slated to open by this year.Whether you call it caving, spelunking or potholing, it’s known to be adventurous, sporty, thrilling, and can create great bonds. Plus, coming across stalagmites, for example, can make it one of the most interesting scientific lessons ever. And luckily for adventure seekers from different parts of the world, the Saudi government is working on offering the opportunity to experience that mighty rush of adrenaline in some of the Kingdom’s dark, constricted caverns.

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