From Elephant to Fish, Face Rock, Volcanoes and Lava Flows, the deserts of Alula astonishing visitors. The most incredible natural rock, The city of Alula, which is located in the northwest of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. is a location of remarkable natural beauty and rich history.
So here are the most incredible natural rock formations:
The Elephant Rock is one of the world’s most popular rocks and the highlight of the region. Looking at it from afar, this rocks seems like an elephant with a ground-bound trunk. The Elephant Rock is also known as Jabal-AlFil in the Arabic language.
The Mushroom Rock
The most incredible natural rock, you can find several Mushroom-shaped rocks in the desert. The most famous is located in Sharaan Nature Reserve. Mushroom rocks are a wonderful natural phenomenon usually formed as a result of the erosion of sedimentary layers over millions of years.
The Arch Rock
One of the most recognisable rock formations, The Arch (also known as Rainbow Rock) is well worth the 90-minute drive from the centre of the city. Its bridge-shaped structure, which resembles a rainbow flanked by two clouds, is a rare sight indeed.
The Dancing Rocks
Similarly the Dancing Rocks are so-called because these formations are sculpted by nature to appear as if they are swaying in unison. Located in the Raggasat Valley, the rocks seem to dance together, slightly removed from the surrounding rock formations.
Lava Domes and Flows
Firstly the earliest human activity is evidenced in AlUla in HarratUwayrid and elsewhere in northwestern Saudi Arabia in HarratKhaybar. These important volcanic areas comprise two of the largest in Saudi Arabia.