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Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a city of contrasts. In a few decades it has been transformed from a crumbling pearling port to a gleaming metropolis. Today, its skyline is dominated by soaring skyscrapers but Old Doha – though fast disappearing – can still be found.

Museum Tour

Mathaf, the Arab Museum of Modern Arts is doing exhibitions, programs and events that explore and celebrate art by Arab artists and offer an Arab perspective on international modern and contemporary art.
Afterwards you will visit the Museum of Islamic Arts with its unique permanent galleries, and marvel at the international and local temporary exhibitions. You will see the masterpieces of Islamic art, including metalwork, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and glass.
The Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum has been established to preserve and display the different collections of arts and artifacts accumulated over the years by Sheikh Faisal from all around the world.

Dhow Cruise

Sunset time in Doha means a compelling opportunity to cruise the teal waters of the Arabic Gulf in a “dhow”, a traditional Qatari sailing boat, used in the past by merchants and fishermen. This time of the day in particular, is perfect to enjoy the view of the city skyline from the water, when the sunset colors reflect on Doha’s modern buildings and while a fresh breeze will cool you down from the desert heat.

Desert Safari

A stay in Doha, whether it’s for pleasure or business, means desert fun! No visit to Qatar would be complete without a real adventure in the desert, therefore make sure to keep at least one afternoon free to plan a trip to the amazing sand dunes out of the city, which are located after Mesaieed town by Sealine Resort which is about an hour drive from Doha.

Historical Tour

Your tour guide will take you on a time travel starting at Al Khor’s harbor, the country’s center for pearl diving and fishing in old times. Passing through Al Thakira, you will visit the mangroves and an ancient Mosque at Al-Jassasiya. The Zubara Fort is well known as an archaeological site and excavations are taking place there till today. You will also visit a traditional Qatari village in the North, with houses made of limestone and mud. Al Shamal is the north point of Qatar, from where you can see Bahrain on clear days.