Here’s how tourists can get a Jeddah e-visa in just under three minutes

Tourists visiting KSA for the Jeddah Season 2019 event can now get an e-visa in just three minutes via the Sharek website

Image source: Radisson Blu Hotel Jeddah Al Salam
Image source: Radisson Blu Hotel Jeddah Al Salam

The organising committee for Jeddah Season 2019 has simplified obtaining an entry visa through an online application method.

Details of the process entail tourists who buy a ticket for the Jeddah Season 2019 event can log on to the Sharek website where they will obtain an instant e-visa by following step-by-step instructions.

Jeddah Season’s general supervisor Eng. Raed Abuzinada said the introduction of the e-visa system will have a positive impact on the travel and tourism sector.

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“Making it quick and easy to obtain an entry visa will encourage more tourists to discover the beauty of Jeddah, attracting regional and international visitors to the 2019 edition of Jeddah Season,” said Abuzinada.

Running from 8 June till 18 July, 2019, the Jeddah Season 2019 offers visitors a choice of more than 150 events and activities, which is designed to boost Jeddah's tourism reputation in Saudi Arabia.

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