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As soon we arrived to the airport,we rented a car from an office at the airport,it was high season for tourisim in Abha then,,so we ended up squashed in a small car,,all the big cars were rented out,so it might be helpful if you can arrange the car you need to rent before traveling to Abha.
Updated Nov 18, 2003
This is a real souq, with real people : the sights, the smells, the tastes.i could spend hours here.
What to buy: A great place to buy Asiri dresses, perfume, incense, baskets, honey and just about anything else.
What to pay: Its cheap, but make sure to bargain anyway.
Written Mar 25, 2013
Address: Near al Miftah village
The mountain roads around Abha are extremely treacherous when it rains. The streets flood quicklyy because there is no sewage system. Water flowing down from the mountains are like rivers bringing with it rocks and anything in its path.
Written Mar 28, 2013
Abha is a hilly area, where people used to bury their dead inside rocks and cover them with stones. However, it's illegal now.
You can climb mountains and have an interesting climb along the 30-year-old cemeteries. Have a strong heart!
Equipment: robes, pants, some money for cable car--SR40 per person.
Better to contact an a tourism agency. People of this area is little reserved.
Written Mar 24, 2004
Address: 1 hour drive from downtown of Abha.