Unusual rains have covered the desert of Saudi Arabia with purple flowers, after which a large number of tourists are heading to southern Saudi Arabia to see these charming scenes.
According to a foreign news agency, Muhammad Al-Mutairi traveled 6 hours from his native place to see this rare sight of nature.
On the other hand, a 50-year-old retired teacher who visited this desert surrounded by purple flowers says that no one can expect this scene in Saudi Arabia, talking about these flowers, known as wild lavender in Arabic. It was said that the fragrance of these flowers perfumes the soul.
Naseer Al-Karani, who came to visit this beautiful view of nature, is also among those who have traveled 770 kilometers to Saudi Arabia. The 55-year-old businessman said that this view lasts for 15 to 20 days a year.