An Exploration Journey To Neom Project: The Future Saudi City

Neom City Is The Destination Of Our Journey Today

Like every Tuesday, we will be discovering a new place in Saudi Arabia accompanied by 2019 Ford Raptors. And today’s episode of Exploration Journey will include an adventure to Neom City project, a future Saudi trans-border city at the borders Saudi Arabia share with Jordan and Egypt.

Before watching the fourth episode of Exploration Journey Season 2, this is a list of all the previous episodes:

Episode 1: A Journey to the bride of the Red Sea city of Jeddah on the west coast.

Episode 2: A Journey to Yanbu in Saudi Arabia.

Episode 3: A Diving adventure in the Saudi Maldives of Al Wajh.

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The journey started at the gates of the future city Neom accompanied by 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor and 2019 Ford Ranger pickup trucks to visit Muwaileh historical castle in Duba city, Tabuk province.

This castle started as a number of simple towers in the Mamluk era , built to protect the pilgrims, before it was turned into a full castle during the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 1560 (968 AH).

After that, Mousub and Karim announced the opening of their own version of Dakar Rally 2020 in Saudi Arabia (before the real launch) along with the new Raptor, which challenged the difficult terrain and proved extra-ordinary off-road capabilities.

Then our team went to see Duba Green Power Plant Project, the largest environmentally friendly power plant in the Middle East.

Then, accompanied by Ford pickups we continued our journey to reach the area of Magna in the city of Neom, one of the most important tourist attractions in the area , before we went near the airport of Neom city, which is currently operating only commercially but will soon be open as  an international airport.

The last point we reached in this episode of Exploration Journey was the area of Ras al-Sheikh Humaid where the relics of the crashed plane Catalina is located, an airplane of which multiple stories and tales are told.

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