Yes. Before entering the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, non-citizens of the GCC must get a visa. Visas can be requested via the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the destination nation. Tourist visas are not distributed by the embassy. Only business or personal visits to family and friends are permitted for applicants to go to Saudi Arabia. Please confirm the sort of visa you are qualified to apply for before submitting an application.
Applying for a Saudi Arabia visa online with Akbar Travels is a simple and smooth process:
There aren't any holiday visas, unfortunately. You must get in touch with a tourism organisation established in Saudi Arabia if you wish to take a holiday there.
The Saudi Arabian Chamber of Commerce must authorise the length of your stay. Usually, it can only last for three months.
The validity of the family visit visa is up to one year.
The processing of the visa takes five days.
Two months prior to the date of trip is the earliest time to apply for a Saudi Arabia visa. It is advised that all visa applications be submitted ten days before travel in order to enable enough time for visa processing.
With a Saudi Arabia visa, there are single- and multiple-entry possibilities. The entry type will depend upon the sort of visa you apply for.
Yes, the Embassy will stamp the original passport with the visa. Thus, the passport must have two vacant pages. Your passport should also be valid for minimum six months beyond the intended stay.
You must precisely specify in order for the authorities to process your application that:
Your passport will be stamped with the visa.
The type of admission that is allowed must be carefully considered. A single entrance visa only allows the holder to enter and exit Saudi Arabia once, whereas a multiple entry visa allows repeated entries.
No. It is not necessary to personally visit the Saudi Embassy. Your application for a visa will be submitted by us.
The decision to deny a Saudi Arabia visa rests with the Embassy. The decision of the authorities is final, and no refund will be given if your application is declined or approved for a shorter time frame.
You are not permitted to work for a living in the country in any capacity on a business or family visit visa for Saudi Arabia.
Candidates are strongly encouraged to buy travel insurance to protect their vacation in the event of unforeseen circumstances like medical problems, flight cancellations, baggage delay or loss, etc.
Call our visa consultants to apply for a Saudi Arabian visa right away with the minimum required documents and at the lowest cost. No need to contact the Embassy or come into our office. All of it is done for you.
If you have any questions about Saudi Arabian visas, don't hesitate to contact us.
Over a million people's travel fantasies have been fulfilled, thanks to Akbar Travels. We provide rapid and simple help with Saudi Arabia visas. We are here to meet all of your Saudi Arabia visa application needs with a highly qualified and committed staff of visa experts. Read moreYou will have a dedicated visa expert overseeing your application throughout the entire visa procedure.
The steps for requesting a Saudi Arabia visa through Akbar Travels are as follows:
Step 1: Call our visa expert with your travel itinerary and complete all necessary paperwork.
Step 2: Pay your Saudi Arabia visa fee online, and we'll pick up your documents from your house or place of business.
Step 3: As part of the visa procedure, our visa expert will confirm, finalise your online Saudi Arabia visa application, and set up an appointment.
Step 4: Come in person to the High Commission / Visa Application Center (VAC) on the day of your appointment to turn in your biometrics (fingerprints) and paperwork.
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Islam was first practised in Saudi Arabia, which is also where its cultural legacy began. The Middle East is where Muslims go to meet their Prophet and pay respects to Mecca and Medina, two of Islam's holiest locations. Although the inhabitants of this stunning but widely misunderstood nation are extraordinarily cordial and welcoming, Sharia law is strictly enforced there. The country's breathtaking natural beauty includes an oasis in the sand, magnificent mountains, and clear rivers. You can feel connected to the west in Riyadh, the country's sophisticated capital city, where there are many contemporary eateries and towers.Read more
Visitors should familiarise themselves with a few basic words and phrases in Arabic before travelling to this Muslim nation. English is spoken in many tourist destinations and large cities, but learning Arabic is essential if you plan to travel to any of the outlying cities. It's crucial to respect and adhere to local norms when visiting the strict Muslim nation. When visiting places of worship, women should wear the Abaya and dress modestly. It is advised not to go to the restricted borders and surrounding communities because of recent terror acts.Show less
Only Muslims are permitted to enter the holy towns of Mecca and Medina, yet it is said that those individuals who are fortunate enough to do so are blessed. There are many wonders outside of spiritual locations that will astound and surprise you. Safari and camel rides are available at the 65000 sq km dunes of Empty Quarters, also referred to as the Abode of Silence. A pre-Islamic open-air exhibition is called Jubbah Rock Carvings. The 5500 BC petroglyphs raise questions about the area's past and the inhabitants who formerly called it home. Read more
One of the most popular tourist destinations in the Saudi capital is the Masmak Fortress. A must-see list of attractions includes the wildlife of Asir, the Pink Palaces in Taif, the remains of Maiden Saleh, and the ancient cities of Timna and Shiban. While in the nation, you should put the Arabian Night Safari on your itinerary. Purchase items such as brassware, incense holders, ancient swords, chest covers, and other mementos from the traditional souks. Discover the camel market and buy your pals some real jewellery as gifts.
Every restaurant in Saudi Arabia serves a variety of the country's well-known non-vegetarian food. Being a vegetarian and travelling to Saudi Arabia on a visa can be difficult because you cannot sample most of the local cuisine. Several vegetarian options, such as Ful wa Tameez, Tamiya, Muttabaq, and vegetarian kebabs that would sate your hunger, are available on the Saudi menu, although few people are aware of this. The heaviest meal of the day is usually lunch, which is hot and spicy in the traditional cuisine. Lamb and fowl are included, but pork is prohibited. The typical vegetarian foods include lentils, Burghul, and pita bread with hummus. Alcohol is completely forbidden during the holy month of Ramadan.Show less
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