Taif, January 30, 2024, Taif's Al-Shafa village in the Makkah Region is a captivating sight as dew sparkles on its aromatic plants, adding an extra layer of beauty to the already stunning natural scenery. The presence of fog is essential for rejuvenating plants and aiding in their growth.
What makes Al-Shafa village unique in the Kingdom is its cool winter weather, where temperatures may drop below 5 degrees Celsius. In contrast, the summer weather is mild, with temperatures ranging between 25 and 33 degrees Celsius. The Taif mountains surrounding the village serve as a refuge for wildlife, allowing nature to flourish undisturbed by human touch.
Situated on the highlands of the Makkah Region, Al-Shafa village boasts an exceptional ecological equilibrium, serving as a haven for diverse plant and animal species. It is home to the Arabian Peninsula's largest forests, hosting many plant species for centuries. The area is covered by fog and experiences significant rainfall from January to March, creating a rich habitat filled with rare fauna and flora.
Al-Shafa village is not only a haven for biodiversity but also a popular destination for researchers, tourists, and environmental enthusiasts seeking tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. The village's unique climate and natural beauty make it a captivating destination for those looking to connect with nature in a serene environment.