Half Day Tour of North Qatar | Doha

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Start your tour with visiting Al Khor’s harbor, the country’s center for pearl diving & fishing in old times. then going to Al Thakira Mangroves A large area of vegetation attracting varied bird life, including flamingos and herons Al Thakira mangroves, lying just north of the city of Al Khor, present a large expanse of natural greenery in sharp contrast to the surrounding desert landscape. This area of vegetation with its own ecosystem is notable for attracting resident and migrating bird life, including flamingos and herons. A great way to explore the mangroves is by kayak, available from several tour operators and specialist companies. Then moving to visit UNESCO Recognized Heritage Site (Al Zubarah Fort) Located on Qatar’s north-west coast and comprising the immaculately restored Al Zubarah Fort and surrounding 60-hectare archaeological works, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the most extensive and best preserved examples of an 18th–19th century settlement in the region. It covers the remains of a walled coastal town that once ranked as one of the Gulf’s most important pearl diving and trading centres with links extending to the Indian Ocean. The fort houses a visitor’s centre. Visit a traditional Qatari village in the North, with houses made of limestone & mud. Al Shamal is the north point of Qatar, from where you can see Bahrain on clear days.

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Start your tour with visiting Al Khor’s harbor, the country's center for pearl diving & fishing in old times. then going to Al Thakira Mangroves A large area of vegetation attracting varied bird life, including flamingos and herons Al Thakira mangroves, lying just north of the city of Al Khor, present a large expanse of natural greenery in sharp contrast to the surrounding desert landscape. This area of vegetation with its own ecosystem is notable for attracting resident and migrating bird life, including flamingos and herons. A great way to explore the mangroves is by kayak, available from several tour operators and specialist companies. Then moving to visit UNESCO Recognized Heritage Site (Al Zubarah Fort) Located on Qatar’s north-west coast and comprising the immaculately restored Al Zubarah Fort and surrounding 60-hectare archaeological works, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the most extensive and best preserved examples of an 18th–19th century settlement in the region. It covers the remains of a walled coastal town that once ranked as one of the Gulf’s most important pearl diving and trading centres with links extending to the Indian Ocean. The fort houses a visitor’s centre. Visit a traditional Qatari village in the North, with houses made of limestone & mud. Al Shamal is the north point of Qatar, from where you can see Bahrain on clear days.