Falcons have been associated with men in the Arabian Peninsula for thousands of years. Falconry is a legacy inherited and passed on by the Arab generations. Arab falconers were leading internationally, in fact Arab falconer’s superiority in the training of falcons is universally recognized. Since falconry is a living heritage in Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom has agreed to international conventions on the protection of falcons from extinction and the protection of migratory birds. Today, there are more than 20,000 falconers in the Kingdom.
Enjoy afternoon trip to get closer to the valuable hunting braid in Saudi.