Where nature and history collide
The province of Hail (Ha'il) is located in the north of Saudi Arabia. Its central-northern location makes it a gateway for travelers coming into the region from the north as well as those going from the east to the west. The province is named after its largest city and capital Hail city. The province has a history dating back to prehistoric times. It contains two important UNESCO World Heritage sites of Jubba and Shuwaymis.
Ha’il has some of the best landscapes that nature has to offer. The magnificent sandstone mountains shaped by centuries of erosion appear in remarkable natural forms. The white volcanoes of Harrat Bani Rashid are a matchless masterpiece of the region. Ha’il province also has the remarkable Shammar mountains. The Aja mountains and the Salma mountains are subranges of the Shammar. Jabal Aja is a protected area due to its important and rare flora and fauna.