Qatar has a terrain consisting of arid desert and a long Persian Gulf shoreline of beaches and dunes. Also on the coast is the capital, Doha, known for its futuristic skyscrapers and other ultramodern architecture inspired by ancient Islamic design, such as the limestone Museum of Islamic Art. The museum sits on the city’s Corniche waterfront promenade.
brings together old world hospitality with cosmopolitan sophistication, the chance to enjoy a rich cultural tapestry, new experiences and adventures.
Places of tourist interest include Khor Al Udeid (Inland Sea) – a region of rolling dunes and high revving engines, many tourists and locals alike enjoy racing up and down the seemingly endless sand dunes complete with a traditional Arab meal and campfire and entertainment. Zubarah – ruins of a deserted city and a fort built in 1938 by Sheikh ‘Abdu’llah bin Qasim Al-Thani. A Friendship bridge is planned for Qatar-Bahrain highway which will allow road travel between North-West Qatar and Bahrain.