There is something

for everyone in

this wonderful place.

Tourists can reconnoiter Qatar by taking a thrilling desert safari, relaxing at beaches and pools or just enjoying their favorite sport, be it bowling alleys, tennis, snookers, billiards, golf courses, or ice skating rinks. There is something for everyone in this wonderful place.

Al Shahaniya Camel Racetrack

Camel racing, traditionally known as the sport of the sheiks happens even today in the small village of Al Shahaniya, where Qatar’s popular camel racetrack is placed. Fortune Visitors will be able to view the fiercely competitive and one of the most expensive sporting event in Qatar.

Aqua Park

The premier water theme park in Qatar is located in the Abu Nakhla area, Doha. Visitors can explore the aqua park in which attractions are designed to make every age group smile.

Aspire Park

The Park is positioned as a marvelous contrast to the surrounding desert landscape and is an extraordinary jewel to see and experience while in Doha.

Barzan Towers

Extending into the spectacular Arabian sky, the “T” shaped Barzan towers appear above the bordering landscape and provide the wonderful place to stare at the sea.

Doha Corniche

The Doha Corniche is unquestionably the most eye-catching part of Doha covered with exhilarating green surroundings and remarkable modern architecture. The Corniche is a waterfront palm-fringed boulevard and twin carriageway, extends in a horseshoe shape and runs 7 km along the Doha Bay and the city's sea-front.

Doha Film City

The film city is a contemporary recreation of an antique Arabic village nestled behind a canyon in the desert of the Zekreet peninsula. The film city located in an isolated place, is a place to look at and is a must watch.

Doha Fort

The Doha fort, known as Al Koot fort is one of the ancient military castle in Doha. Located in the middle of the famous Souq Waqif of Doha and the site of the old town, it was built in the 19th century as a police station and now it is converted to a museum.

Katara Cultural Village

Labeled as the Valley of Cultures, Katara Cultural Village is an exciting place to visit for everyone, especially for those fascinated with traditions, theatre, art and architecture

Khalifa International Stadium

Khalifa international stadium, also called as National stadium, is the first multi-utility stadium in the State of Qatar and has compered several national and international events, such as the GCC .

Khor Al Udaid

It is considered as the desert prodigy of Qatar and is located in a strategic location which is 80 kms away in the south-east direction of Doha. The Khor Al Udaid Beach is very renowned for its relaxing and serene environment where visitors can relax and explore the nearby beauty.

Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art

It is the first establishment of its kind in the world with the most esteemed archives of art from all over the world.

Museum of Islamic Art

It is first of its kind in the Persian Gulf and its sheer size alone, over 484,000 sq. ft, is a tribute to the dream of its designers.

Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum

This is one of the biggest private museums in the world and is worth a visit with lot of things to enjoy and is a must watch for culture vultures, history buffs, adventurers, art lovers and even vacationers.

Simaisma Family Beach

It is one of the most picturesque and serene beach located in north portion of Doha in AI Dayeen Municipality.

State Grand Mosque

It is one of the largest mosques in Qatar and has been renamed after the great Muslim theologian, reformer and pioneer of the 18th century "Imam Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab".

The Kingdom of Aladdin (Entertainment City)

The Kingdom of Aladdin is located at the West Bay area and comprises more than eighteen play features for all age groups. It also has an artificial lagoon, a rest house, a cafeteria and a theatre. It remains opens from Sunday to Friday, whereas Mondays and Wednesdays are dedicated for women and children (under twelve).

Water Sports and Cruises

As it is surrounded by the Arabian Gulf on all three sides of the peninsula, there lies ample opportunities for cruising and water sporting. Visitors can also experiment with sailing, which is a good pastime here, and many private firms offer windsurfers on rent. A sunset cruise on a traditional dhow (Arab sailing ship) provides one with a stunning view of Doha at night.

Desert Safari

While making a trip to the inland sea, located in the middle of the desert, sand dunes that are 60 meters in height could be found along the way. Most air-conditioned vehicles are equipped with necessary safety equipment’s to take one through an exciting and safe tour to the mysterious desert.


Shopaholics can get whatever they wish for in the large shopping complexes or tiny stalls in the market. Doha, with facilities such as the Doha City Center, which is the largest shopping complex in the Middle East, offers brands of world-class reputation, in addition to various other exciting family facilities.

Ice Skating/Bowling

The Doha City Center has ice skating arenas, where skates can be taken on rent and two bowling lanes with one exclusively for ladies.

The Zoo

The Zoo has a wide range of collection of reptiles, animals and birds and even has a mini amusement park for kids. The zoo opens at 3pm and closes down at 7pm (Monday to Friday and Sunday)