Spend the day discovering more about Qatari culture, from traditional souqs, to museums and art galleries. Soak up the warm, sunny weather with some downtime at the beach.
Combining art galleries and workshops, theatres and performances venues, and exceptional restaurants choices, Katara Cultural Village is Doha’s destination for culture and entertainment.
A central amphitheatre stands against a backdrop of traditional architecture and cobbled streets, and a spacious public beach offers water sports rental.
The Museum of Islamic Art contains four floors of permanent and temporary exhibitions, gift shop, a café and a haute cuisine restaurant IDAM by renowned chef Alain Ducasse.
The National Museum of Qatar gives voice to Qatar’s heritage whilst celebrating its future. It spans a whopping 430,500 square feet.
Relax at one of the cities many beach clubs; with pristine private pools and beaches surrounded by lush, manicured gardens, backed up with Qatar's signature 5-star service.
Experience ultimate luxury at the Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara, situated on the crescent-shaped island with its own marina and reefs. This resort is your go-to destination for all things entertaining and relaxing.
Built on the site of Doha’s century old trading market, the Souq Waqif market harkens to a bygone era while remaining a hub of activity, where commerce and gossip collide. Souq Waqif’s winding alleys offer a tableau of traditional street life.
With its arid beauty, sunny climes and untrammeled deserts, Qatar has long called to adventurers. Explore the dunes, hit the water, then relax for dinner overlooking the sea.
This 20th century fort is the youngest and most prominent feature of the Al Zubarah Archaeological Site, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A pristine example of a typical Arab fort, its one-meter-thick walls warded off invaders and helped keep rooms cool during the hot summer.
The Inland Sea is an extraordinary landscape with sand dunes and sea beds that will leave you wanting for more.
The reserve is home to wildlife, marine life, and vegetation alike. Enjoy spotting turtles, flamingos, dugongs, Arabian oryx, camels, and more.
Al Thakira mangroves, located just north of the seaside city of Al Khor, present a large expanse of natural greenery.
Recognized as one of Qatar’s oldest and largest forests, the Al Thakira mangrove is has a unique ecosystem both above and below the waters and is best explored by kayak.
The Doha Corniche is a seven kilometer stretch of gorgeous promenade overlooking the serene waterfront. With a crescent shaped walkway around the Doha Bay, the Corniche offers the best views of the city’s modern skyline.
Watch the dhows lighting up the Corniche in the evenings, or simply take a boat ride to soak in the vista of this city.