Silversea Luxury Cruises À JEDDAH

JEDDAH
JEDDAH
JEDDAH

The principal gateway to Mecca, Jeddah’s spiritual roots are very deep. Eve, the mother of mankind, is said to be buried in the city centre (although sceptics claim there is no actual proof), while archeological excavations in the old city suggest evidence of pre-Islam (700 BC) activity. Regrettably only scant vestiges of historical Jeddah remain, a reason why UNESCO deemed the city a World Heritage Site in 2014. View more

An interesting by product of Jeddah’s location as major port on the Red Sea and proximity to Mecca (around 100 kms) is that Muslims from all over the world flock to the city. This has given Jeddah a very cosmopolitan feel, unlike other parts of Saudi Arabia. The 19th century Red Sea architecture is unique in its kind. Beach side, the city offers much. Jeddha’s dive sites are among the best in the world while the laid-back approach is appealing to westerners. However, while the city might well be more open than other ports in the Kingdom, it is still Saudi Arabia and when in doubt, visitors – especially women – should err on the side of modesty when it comes to beach wear. Traditionally, the city is rich. The souk in the heart of the old town is, of course, a must see during your visit, offering everything from amazing architecture to bargains galore. The area is also home to the oldest mosque in Jeddah, built in the 17th century (but renovated in 2012). Local delicacies range from fabulously fresh seafood to the ubiquitous kebab, so foodies will have much to tease their palettes with.

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Excursions depuis JEDDAH

Al-Taif, a Glimpse of Saudi Country Side

This excursion will take you to Ta'if, city, Western Saudi Arabia. Lying at an elevation of 6,165 feet (1,879 metres) on a tableland southeast of Mecca, it is the country's principal summer resort.


Aerial Tramway, Ta'if City

A 30 minute drive from the pier will take you to the Aerial Tramway for the scenic ride to the Ramada Hotel for a refreshment break in Ta'if. The city owes its popularity to its many mountain resorts and moderate climate even during the harsh summers of Arabia. The origins of the name Ta'if are unclear, however, it is known that in the pre-Islamic Arabian age, Ta'if housed an idol of the goddess Lat, and was frequented by pilgrims, which could explain the name. Enjoy a stroll through the Old Town and market with your guide.


Rose Farm and Lunch

A stop is made at the Rose Farm. It takes approximately 15,000 rose heads to make one small bottle of rose oil. The rose oil at Ta'if is thought to be one of the best in the world. There are more than 900 rose farms in Ta'if which produce more than 300 million flowers every spring. The harvest is taken to factories across town and distilled into some of the world's most expensive rose oil and rose water. It is mixed into the perfumes of some of the luxury brands. Lunch will also be provided.


Al- Hada Mountain/Wadi

Identifying the mountain range leading to Mecca and the mountains of where Muslim believe that Adam met Eva (Mountain of Arafa) your guide will point out range but no visit is made to the holy site. Observe the wild Monkeys. There will be a photo stop at the Wadi, over -looking the Arafa Mountain with potential views to the peak of Mecca Tower.

Art & About with High Tea Experience at the Ritz Hotel

This excursion in Jeddah is a trip to the Art Galleries of Old Town Jeddah. A simple stroll around the streets of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia is enough to discover hundreds of art wonders in this open-air art gallery of a city. But, of course, the indoor galleries are on the rise too. The multicultural city of Jeddah is known for being the 'Art Capital of Saudi Arabia'. This urban post is a vantage point for the burgeoning creativity and traditional artistry that have not just endured but flourished. Jeddah on its own is an open-air gallery, with sculptures lining the corniche and the iconic roundabouts.


Rochan Gallery

Founded over 30 years ago, Rochan Fine Arts Gallery has built a reputation as a premier art space in the nation-featuring the work of contemporary artists from around the country. Tucked between high-end boutiques on Tahlia Street, Rochan Gallery shares its location with the nearby Athr Gallery, Jeddah Atelier, and The Saudi Center for Fine Arts. Some art spaces have permanent exhibitions that don't or only rarely change and others are conceived with the notion of a quick turnover and rapid exchanges with the public. Whatever your pace and style, there's something here for absolutely everyone.


Old Town - Hisham Binjabi Gallery

An Old house in the Old town converted to a Art Gallery studio, The culture of Saudi Arabia is shaped by its Islamic heritage, its historical role as an ancient trade center, and its Bedouin traditions.​ The Saudi society has experienced tremendous development over the past several decades and so has its art. A decade ago, the country had almost no galleries; now, Jeddah has several, each representing a coterie of artists. In his elegant manner, Hisham Binjabi portrays art as a mixture of depths and celestial elements that take the artist far from his present reality, into the world of pure expression. His stunning paintings have become the choice of Kings and his art and experience contributed to the art movement in the Kingdom.


Karamel Lounge

The elegant ambience and exquisite décor add to the lavish setting of the Karamel Lounge where you can relax and indulge in an appetizing array of crafted sandwiches, scones and pastries. Complimented with a unique tea & coffee experience.

Cultural Highlights of Jeddah

Exploring the Historical and majestic city of Jeddah with an expert during this full day Panoramic Sightseeing excursion.

Downtown Jeddah

Depart the pier to downtown Jeddah a short 30 minute drive. It is a unique tourist, residential and commercial destination on Jeddah's waterfront corniche. On arrival proceed to the Market for a guided and interactive stroll along the architecture and Project from the heart of Red Sea "Jeddah Downtown". The complete downtown area is a diverse location with Beach & Marina facilities, Business, Commercial and a shopping area, Cultural Social activities all of which are spread across 5 sq km.


Nassif House

After exploring the downtown area visit the Nassif House Museum which is a historical structure. The construction of Nassif House on old Jeddah's main street, Souq al-Alawi, began in 1872 and it was finished by 1881 for Omar Nasseef Efendi, a member of a wealthy merchant family and, governor of Jeddah at the time. When Abdulaziz Ibn Saud entered the city in December 1925, after the siege of Jeddah, he stayed in the Bayt Nasseef. During his early stays in the city he used it as his Royal residence and received guests there.


Jeddah Museum (Fine Arts Academy)

Next experience the historic Jeddah Museum (Fine Arts Academy) to retrace the steps of traders and pilgrims, who for centuries thronged the streets of this thriving city, infusing it with a vibrancy and immediacy that still endures today known as 'the Bride of the Red Sea'.


Floating Mosque

Al-Rahma mosque is a symbol on the architecture of the Islamic arts that intertwines between the modern touch and the past-it was the first of its kind in the whole world to be built over the surface of the sea more than three decades ago, and it still has its attractive circular shape and its outer domes which are a landmark lying on the Red Sea Coast. The mosque was built in 1985 on an area of ​​about 2,400 square meters and can accommodate 2300 people of both sexes. It was designed and constructed with the use of the latest technologies, machinery, and equipment. Advanced sound and lighting systems were used with high technology. A photo stop is made and afterwards re-board the coach and commence the approximately 30-minute drive back to the Jeddah Port.

Exploring Jeddah, the Bride of the Dead Sea

Your full-day exploration of Jeddah begins with a stop at the lively Al-Alawi Souq, where you will be able to peruse the unusual wares offered for sale. The unique museum, a historic estate which dates to the 1850's. Passing Jeddah's other historical houses, you will arrive at the Fish Market for another glimpse into Authentic Saudi life. Exploring the Historical and antique museums of Jeddah.


Souq Al Alawi

Visiting this Souq is all about strolling through the narrow ways of Souq Al Alawi, getting lost in the vivid colours of the traditional garments and textiles and the enticing scents of the spices and herbs. Browse the countless stalls at the largest Souq in the country and go home with a real find in the form of jewellery or art. The atmosphere is especially cosmopolitan during the hajj season. Bargaining with merchants is encouraged, so never settle for the price listed on the tag. The market stalls cut into the heart of the old city and buzz with the activity of traders and pilgrims. Search long enough and you'll find genuine Arabian jewellery, Islamic art and traditional dress. After this we visit the Old City, will take you along all the lesser known must-see local spots. Historical houses provide a rare opportunity for you to experience the blend of traditional architecture with Old Market hidden gems, Old Jeddah with hidden galleries and local Jeddah food shops only for locals.


Jeddah Fish Market

Visit the fish market and whilst the smell is powerful, the insight into local culture is worth the stop. The market looks more like a warehouse area and is open after (early morning prayer) which is around 5 am. After the visit to fish market, we then travel to the Jeddah Corniche. Jeddah's waterfront has always been the city's biggest draw, but never more so than now, following a major revamp of the city's corniche and beaches. Rebranded as Jeddah Waterfront after a major redevelopment in 2017, Jeddah's vast Corniche now spans a 4.5-kilometre (2.8-mile) stretch of coastline on the Red Sea and covers a total area of 73 hectares (180 acres). After travelling along Jeddah's famous Corniche, you will arrive at the Floating Mosque before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.


Floating Mosque

Al Rahma Mosque- Al Rahma mosque beckons gently from the northern tip of Jeddah's waterfront, a turquoise-domed structure built out across the Red Sea and anchored to the shore by a low-walled walkway. A local landmark, the structure is affectionately known as the 'floating mosque' for the white stilts that suspend it above the water's edge. At high tide, the mosque appears to hover serenely over the waves below. Visitors come to wander the mosque's open courtyard, and admire its marbled elegance. Over the years it has proved especially popular among Hajj and Umrah pilgrims, for whom Jeddah remains the gateway to the holy cities of Makkah and Medina. The final stop of the day will be at Al Tayebat International City. Built in the architectural style of old Jeddah, in the traditional Hijazi style, the beautiful building on its own is worth a visit. Inside the numerous buildings, visitors will find an extraordinary collection of exhibits ranging from Islamic manuscripts, tribal costumes and old coins to furniture, ancient pottery and much more. You will view their extensive collection before returning to Jeddah Seaport.

Jeddah Evening Desert Safari

This excursion in Jeddah is a trip to the Desert Safari, where you will be able to relax and enjoy an authentic experience. The evening desert safari, encompasses many activities including dune bashing, camel riding, sheesha. sand boarding and a Belly Dance show. with a BBQ Buffet Dinner.


Arabian Treks Desert Safari and BBQ Dinner

The 'Evening Desert Safari' is the ideal way to enjoy the desert. This includes entertainment with a BBQ buffet dinner. 4x4 Dune Drive, Sand Boarding, Camel Ride, Henna Tattoo, and a live show. A traditional range of activities inside a Bedouin style camp. After the activities and fun day at the desert ride back to port. A wonderful opportunity to enjoy "local activities" in a Bedouin Camp.

Jeddah Museums

Exploring the Historical museums of Jeddah features unique designs of architecture with an expert during this full day excursion.


Museum of Home Arts

As you arrive to start your journey to explore the City of Jeddah, you first stop is Home Arts Museum. The Museum of Arts Home is located in Al Hamra District, Jeddah. The Museum of Home Art is a major cultural landmark in the city of Jeddah, where the museum includes the heritage and traditions of Jeddah region, clothing, furniture and the environment of this ancient region. It is a museum full of antiques and murals of international artists. Museum of Arts Home is a private museum from one of the late Abdul Raouf Khalil Museums. The museum consists of two floors. The first floor contains sculptures that show the famous landmarks of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the two Holy Mosques and many other areas within the Kingdom. It also includes a piece of the first garment of the Kaaba that was manufactured in Saudi Arabia. After this, we proceed to the famous Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum.


Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum & Al Tayebat International City

The museum is within the Al Tayebat International City complex and is well worth visiting. Its' is an absolute Aladdin's cave of things to see and experience, from Islamic beliefs and art through to all manner of historic and cultural items. Spread over hundreds of rooms and with 60000 exhibits you cannot possibly see it all so ask for advice on which bits you are interested in. The Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum is one of the most famous museums in Jeddah, its location in the heart of the city, which is a cultural, cultural, religious, as well as social and heritage center. Among the museums of Jeddah is one of the most impressive buildings in the city, as it features unique designs of architecture, making it the most attractive tourist attraction for visitors, and includes in its aspects many features of Saudi culture and civilization, in addition to some traditional crafts.


Rochan Art Gallery

After your visit enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, before proceeding to the Rochan Fine Arts Gallery which is a premier art space in the nation featuring the work of contemporary artists from around the country. As part of the waterfront development at the central Jeddah Corniche, there is the virtual sculpture park. The sculptures include works by Henry Moore (U.K.) Victor Vazarelly and Cesar Baldicini (France) the Joan Miro (Spain) Alexander Calder (U.S.A.) amongst others.


Open Sculpture Park

Located near the Jeddah Corniche, this open-air museum is truly a unique cultural offering, housing 20 of the city's acclaimed outdoor sculptures. The pieces, which include those by the likes of Joan Miró and Henry Moore, date back to the 1970s when Jeddah poured investment into the art world and developed an intriguing collection of open-air art across the city. The sculptures, which range from abstract bronze shapes to a depiction of a giant flame, were gathered into an outdoor museum in 2013 to promote and preserve them. Each sculpture represents something specific about Jeddah's heritage and culture, such as Maha Malluh's sculpture Abraj, made of re-creations of aluminium pots that came from various flea markets around Saudi Arabia.

Jeddah Sights & Fakieh Aquarium

Exploring the historical city of Jeddah with your guide during this half day Panoramic Sightseeing excursion and visit to the Fakieh Aquarium.


Downtown Jeddah

Depart the pier to downtown Jeddah a short 30 minute drive. It is a unique tourist, residential and commercial destination on Jeddah's waterfront corniche. On arrival proceed to the Market for a guided and interactive stroll along the architecture and Project from the heart of Red Sea "Jeddah Downtown". The complete downtown area is a diverse location with Beach & Marina facilities, Business, Commercial and a shopping area, Cultural Social activities all of which are spread across 5 sq km.


Nassif House

After exploring the downtown area visit the Nassif House Museum which is a historical structure. The construction of Nassif House on old Jeddah's main street, Souq al-Alawi, began in 1872 and it was finished by 1881 for Omar Nasseef Efendi, a member of a wealthy merchant family and, governor of Jeddah at the time. When Abdulaziz Ibn Saud entered the city in December 1925, after the siege of Jeddah, he stayed in the Bayt Nasseef. During his early stays in the city he used it as his Royal residence and received guests there.


Fakieh Aquarium

Fakieh Aquarium is the only aquarium for the public in Saudi Arabia and offers education and entertainment by presenting the wonders of the underwater environment of the Red Sea and marvels brought from other seas and oceans around the world. With more than 200 species including Sharks, Groupies, String Rays, Napoleon Wrasse, Sea Horses, Murrays amongst others, the Fakieh Aquarium aim to continue expanding the sea world life with the introduction of the unique Sea Dragon.

Local Culinary Experience

This excursion in Jeddah is a trip to explore the local cuisine and culinary delights of Jeddah. The busy port city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is known for its coastal position on the Red Sea, which makes it a prime location for eating fresh seafood, a main ingredient in many traditional dishes. Saudi cuisine also is famous for dishes containing lamb, which are often served with yogurt and dates. Join in devouring traditional dishes like Matazeez and Kabsa, considered the national dish of Saudi Arabia.


W/A Hotel - Culinary Experience

This unique culinary session is designed to familiarize you with the diverse foods, while experiencing what it feels like to create and taste scrumptious recipes themselves! Creativity and a life-long skill are important ingredients to the programs. Regional specialties vary according to flavors and available ingredients, but travelers to Saudi Arabia will find a flavorful assortment of Jeddah food prepared with wheat, chicken, potatoes and an array of vegetables.


Date Market

After your culinary experience and lunch a15 minute drive will take you to the Date Market where you will spend 45 minutes.The Date markets in Jeddah are flooded with various varieties of fresh dates from Madinah and Qassim regions, "Sukkari" is the most sought after variety, closely followed by another variety called "Rotana". Other varieties in the market include "Helawa," "Beid," "Amber," "Safwai" and "Sagafi." Both these varieties, which are from Qassim region, are hot favorites among the Saudis. After exploring the date market a 30 minute drive will return you to the pier.

Markets of Jeddah

The first of Jeddah's markets, the Jeddah Fish Market will give you the insight into local culture. Then take in the sights at the always chaotic Souq Al Alawi a true slice of local commerce on this half day excursion.


Jeddah Fish Market

Visit the fish market and whilst the smell is powerful, the insight into local culture is worth the stop. The market looks more like a warehouse area and is open after (early morning prayer) which is around 5 am. The first of Jeddah's markets you visit on this tour will be the fish market. After the visit continue on to the Souq Al Alawi.


Souq Al Alawi

Visiting this Souq is all about strolling through the narrow alleyways of Souq Al Alawi, getting lost in the vivid colours of the traditional garments and textiles and the enticing scents of the spices and herbs. Browse the countless stalls at the largest Souq in the country and go home with a real find in the form of jewellery or art. The atmosphere is especially cosmopolitan during the hajj season. Bargaining with merchants is encouraged, so never settle for the price listed on the tag. The market stalls cut into the heart of the old city and buzz with the activity of traders and pilgrims. Search long enough and you'll find genuine Arabian jewellery, Islamic art and traditional dress. With the completion of tour, enjoy the return drive back to the pier.

Moon Mountain & Jeddah Sightseeing

Downtown Jeddah

Depart the pier to downtown Jeddah a short 30 minute drive. It is a unique tourist, residential and commercial destination on Jeddah's waterfront corniche. On arrival proceed to the Market for a guided and interactive stroll along the architecture and Project from the heart of Red Sea "Jeddah Downtown". The complete downtown area is a diverse location with Beach & Marina facilities, Business, Commercial and a shopping area, Cultural Social activities all of which are spread across 5 sq km.


Nassif House

After exploring the downtown area visit the Nassif House Museum which is a historical structure. The construction of Nassif House on old Jeddah's main street, Souq al-Alawi, began in 1872 and it was finished by 1881 for Omar Nasseef Efendi, a member of a wealthy merchant family and, governor of Jeddah at the time. When Abdulaziz Ibn Saud entered the city in December 1925, after the siege of Jeddah, he stayed in the Bayt Nasseef. During his early stays in the city he used it as his Royal residence and received guests there.


Moon Mountain and lunch

After visiting Jeddah Downtown, arrive at Moon Mountain. An hour's drive north of Jeddah and aptly named because of a landscape that would be familiar to Apollo astronauts. Moon Mountain is a popular hideaway for locals looking to escape the urban bustle in favor of weekend hikes and camping under the stars. You'll find your moon landing by first taking the Asfan Road route 285 out of the city towards the University of Jeddah, and onto the small village of Asfan. While there, take the opportunity to stretch your legs with a gentle climb up to the 18th century Asfan Fort. Constructed entirely from the basalt rock found in the valley, this hilltop outpost served as a rest stop for pilgrims on the well-traveled route between Makkah and Medina.


Reboard your coach for the return drive to the pier.

Royal Greens Golf & Country Club

This excursion in Jeddah is a trip to the premier Golf course and Country Club "Royal Greens", where you will be able to relax and enjoy premium golfing experience, one of the finest sports and leisure destinations within the region. With its world-class golf course design and luxurious 'award winning' Clubhouse experience, Royal Greens sets new standards in luxury golfing within Saudi and the Middle East.


Royal Greens Golf & Country Club

Royal Greens Golf & Country Club is an exclusive, first-class golfing experience that offers a new standard of prestige and exclusive lifestyle set within King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia. The 18-hole championship golf course nestled in a lush oasis designed by European Golf Design, attracts both amateur and professional golfers from all over the world. The exquisite Clubhouse provides you with an unparalleled golfing experience, state of the art academy, array of dining concepts, golf-view ballroom and a private "Oryx Club" with a cigar lounge and billiard room.


The highest level of coaching is provided to a wide range of levels and abilities. A fully equipped driving range, swing studios, and putting greens, available for a golfer to improve their play and technical skills with teaching and practice facilities.

The award-winning clubhouse, set as one of the region's finest sports and leisure destinations renowned at breaking boundaries in sport by the continuous hosting of the European Tour (Saudi International) for three consecutive years and the Ladies European Tour (Saudi Ladies International) event in 2020.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car & Guide (Full Day)

Explore Jeddah at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car & Guide (Half Day)

Explore Jeddah at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van & Guide (Full Day)

Explore Jeddah at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van & Guide (Half Day)

Explore Jeddah at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

World Cruise Collection: A Night in the Museum with Gala Dinner

This excursion in Jeddah is a trip to Explore the Historical museums of Jeddah features unique architecture. The Tayebat City Museum is a part of the International Tayebat City of Science and Knowledge and is a must-visit museum when in Jeddah. The museum is truly a city itself. Experience the Gala dinner at the night in the museum.


Madinat Al Tayebat

Built in the architectural style of old Jeddah, in the traditional Hijazi style, the beautiful building on its own is worth a visit. Inside the numerous buildings, visitors will find an extraordinary collection of exhibits ranging from Islamic manuscripts, tribal costumes and old coins to furniture, ancient pottery and much more. The museum is within the Al Tayebat International City complex and is well worth visiting. Its' an absolute Aladdin's cave of things to see and experience, from Islamic beliefs and art through to all manner of historic and cultural items. Spread over hundreds of rooms and with 60000 exhibits you cannot possibly see it all so ask for advice on which exhibits you are interested in. The Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum is one of the most famous museums in Jeddah, its location in the heart of the city, which is a cultural, religious, as well as a social and heritage center. Among the museums of Jeddah it is one of the most impressive buildings in the city, as it features unique designs of architecture, and includes many aspects of Saudi culture and civilization, in addition to some traditional crafts. Enjoy a Gala Dinner before your return to the ship.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.