Eastern Site
Historical Site

Al Qarah Mountain - The Land of Civilisation - Al Ahsa

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Description

Al Qarah Mountain, which is also known as "Jabal al Qarah" and "Al Shaban Mountain," is located in the Eastern Province, Al Ahsa, in Saudi Arabia and is a UNESCO world heritage site. 

The caves

Al Qarah Mountain is known for its fascinating and unique caves that were formed due to the dissolving process of water-soluble rocks, the collapse of the upper rock layers as a result of abrasion, and earthquake fissures.

Some of the caves in the Al Qarah Mountain are particularly famous, like the Al Nashab cave, which has moderately steady temperatures throughout the year. Some caves are also used to hold workshops for local traditional potters. The caves have 28 tall linear passageways, which are a total of 1.5 kilometers in length.

Some of the most famous caves in the mountain include Bu Saleh, Al Eid, An Naqa, Al Mua'adhamah, and Al Maheub. Locals and tourists love to visit to admire the incredible heritage site and learn about the history by exploring the caves with tour guides. 

 

Location

Al Qarah Mountain Saudi Arabia

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JAMIE LEE TONGA

JAMIE LEE TONGA

07/08/2022 11:50

Google review

Sweet escape from the city. Beautiful creation of God. People are very kind and welcoming. You should visit the small booth where you can have free lectures about the land of civilization. They will welcome you with arabic coffee and maamoul. A must when you visit Hofuf. The cave was so cold and clean and well maintained. Kudos to the people who came up into developing this area
Hani Ayyad

Hani Ayyad

05/21/2022 06:11

Google review

Amazing place. Very quaint. A true miracle with the significant drop of temperature inside the place compared to outside. Definitely worth a visit!
Nes Cee Bee

Nes Cee Bee

05/14/2022 08:01

Google review

I prefer the old version the time when it was not developed. It is more natural and nature view.
Teacher A

Teacher A

05/03/2022 19:41

Google review

Entrance fees of SR.50 is charged. One time visit is a must to experience the coolness between ancient rocks and nature crafted mountains
Eddie Malazarte

Eddie Malazarte

04/30/2022 15:22

Google review

Was visited during Ramadan season so quiet just like we own the place 😂 The place was look nice but was expecting more natural look but then they need to maintain the cave for the future generations still can experience and scene the historical view. Idk something look flat.
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