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Doha Qatar City Tour

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Duration

9:00 am to 2:00 pm | 2 pm to 7 pm

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

25 people

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Overview

Though Qataris traditionally sought their living from the sea, Oil, discovered in 1930 and now gas, has turned Qatar into one of the richest countries in the world. However, despite its modern outlook and high-rise structures, Doha is still drenched in tradition. Departure from your hotel and drive past the 7 km long Cornice Bay, the highlight of Doha sightseeing. The most picturesque part of the Arabian Gulf, it also houses the port of Doha. A belt of executive administrative, cultural and commercial facilities and parks line the Corniche road and opposite these facilities is the parking place for a large number of traditional dhows. It is well worth a walk around the harbor, looking at the traditional fishing traps and admiring the wooden boats. Continue on to the souqs, which is a wonderful mixture of scents and sights, where items are not labeled with a price and good-natured haggling is the order of the day. Souq Waqif is the oldest of Doha’s traditional markets, originally used by Bedouin traders as a staple, wool, milk and other staples. Beautiful renovated old charm. A fascinating maze of alleyways, they are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. wool, milk and other staples. Beautiful renovated old charm. A fascinating maze of alleyways, they are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. wool, milk and other staples. Beautiful renovated old charm. A fascinating maze of alleyways, they are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices. They are packed with everything you can conceive. What it’s famous for (in Qatar, anyway) is its dried herbs and spices.

A very interesting place is the falcon market, located in the same souq. Breeding and training falcons is an ancient Qatari pastime and one of the many shops and you can get lucky if the owner lets you hold the birds. You will find the birds in rows, eyes blinkered with ornate hoods, perched on wood above spotless sands. Whilst you will not want to but a falcon, other memories may interest you. At the falcon shops, you can buy small and ornate falcon hoods, pictures, the colorful leashes used on the falcons and the catapults used by the birds.

Camel Market
We will drive you to the Arabian Camels and Horses during the tour, you can experience

State Grand Mosque
The state Mosque Qatar is one of the largest mosques in Qatar. High on a hill overlooking the Qatar

Sports Club in Doha West Bay
The mosque features an imposing building with many features and a fascinating mix of both traditional Arabic and modern architecture which includes sparkling half-moons, a minaret and large open outdoor spaces The Grand Mosque has a very fresh feel with crispy lines besides it traditional architectural elements with architectural features in the city of Doha.

The Pearl
High end and high rise living with boutique and designer shops, lots of restaurants and cafes to choose from

Katara
You will experience the wonderful results of the traditional Arabic touch in an iconic architectural success. It is a place where people come together to experience the cultures of the world. With beautiful theaters, concert halls, exhibition galleries and cutting-edge facilities, Katara aims to become a world leader for multi-cultural activities.

Museum of Islamic Arts

  • The museum is influenced by ancient Islamic architecture, yet has a unique design. It was the first of its kind in the Arab States of the Persian Gulf and has a very large collection of Islamic art, plus a study and a library.
  • If the time allows us to drive through the following places.
  • Villageo Mall / Khalifa Sports Club / Aspire Zone.
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  • Pickup Location : From your residence / Hotel / Airport / Malls / Restaurants
  • Minimum Guests : 2 people (Private tour can be arranged for solo traveler)
  • Refreshments : Bottled mineral water and juices
  • Note : From pickup to drop off you will be covered by off-road personal insurance

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