Tayeb Al-Ism is one of the magical natural wonders of Saudi Arabia that takes visitors by surprise. This incredible natural feature of Tabuk Province is located on the Gulf of Aqaba, just 15 kilometers north of the coastal town of Maqna.
When approaching by the road that runs along the turquoise waters and white beaches of the Gulf of Aqaba, what strikes people first is the imposing shape of the 600-meter-high granite massif of the Tayeb Al-Ism, whose sharp edges fall into the Gulf of Aqaba.
Tayyib-Ism is a small town in north-western Saudi Arabia in the province of Tabuk. It is located in the upland area, approx. 10km east of the eastern coast of the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea, at 28° 34′ 0″n, 34° 50′ 0″e. To the west of the village there are unspoiled coral reefs.