RIYADH: Saudi traveler Nasser Al-Qahtani has finally ended a long journey which involved walking to the capitals of all six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
Al-Qahtani’s trip began in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, and saw him walk to Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman in several stages. The last stage of the tour ended at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the GCC in Riyadh.
In a statement reported by the Makkah newspaper, Al-Qahtani said he began to think and prepare for the trip a long time ago. It involved visiting the most prominent and historical GCC sights, and meeting with members of the community to familiarize them with his trip and its goals. His aim was also to promote a culture of walking in Gulf societies.
Al-Qahtani noted that he received a warm welcome, support, and hospitality from official authorities across the GCC states and members of GCC communities.
The trip covered a distance of 1,900 kilometers, allowing Al-Qahtani to visit Gulf capitals over a period of 28.5 days. He traveled an average of 50-80 kilometers per day, visiting historical and heritage tourist sites along the way.

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