The kingdom doesn't issue tourist visas, but TripAdvisor has a Saudi entry, and it's a worthy one, too.

The travel site, which provides user generated reviews of destinations around the world, h as an entry for Ta'if, a city in the Mecca province, which sits at an altitude of 1,879 m .  Ta'if mostly consists of deserted areas such as the Shafa mountains Al Wahbah Crater and draws a lot of visitor reviews.

People camp here in the semi-isolated area on top of a mountain and wild baboons's roam freely.

"Feeding the baboons is fun!" writes one reviewer .

"When we reached the site where lots of monkeys lined up the barriers along the road we got off the car to feed the monkeys. It was fun to see them taking their share of the bananas. It was time well spent away from the hustle and bustle of the city."

Another tourist attraction in Taif is the Wahbah Crater.

People hike in Al-Wahbah Crater

Al-Wahbah Crater

And find secluded spots to relax... Saudi style

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And they find patches of green in the Shafa mountains


And some befriend the crazy baboons!


That's not terrifying at all, right guys?