Al-Baha is home to one of the most beautiful mountain ranges and forests scattered with rare wildlife, plants, and trees in the Kingdom. The region has a favorable year-round climate and the highest precipitation rate in the Kingdom. Al-Baha is abundant in trees bearing pomegranates, dates, olives, honey and several other fruits and grains. The region offers a wide range of investment opportunities focused on promoting the region’s growth and development. Al-Baha Settled between the Makkah and Aseer regions, Al-Baha is gaining prominence due to its majestic landscape which includes valleys, mountains, waterfalls, and forests – making it an ideal getaway for tourists. The region is also home to multiple heritage sites including caves, castles and villages that give visitors a taste of history, particularly life in the early days of Islam. The tourism sector has been gaining strength in the region by attracting domestic and foreign tourists

506,866

Population (2020)

12,000

(KM2) in landmass area

STRATEGIC SECTORS
  • Agriculture
  • Tourism

Region at Glance

91.7%

Employment Rate

1

Domestic airport

12,000 km2

in landmass area

36

Active Factories

1

Sport cities

16

Hotels Accommodation

22,036

Road lengths

3

Chambers of Commerce

12

Public & private hospitals

2

Industrial Cities

1

Public and Private Universities and Colleges

REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS

GOOD ELECTRICITY INFRASTRUCTURE
GOOD ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE
HIGHEST PRODUCTION OF HONEY IN THE KINGDOM
GOOD DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
HIGH CAPACITY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
TWO INDUSTRIAL CITIES