Tourist Attractions

  • Sealine Beach Resort:
    Situated 55 km from the capital, the resort offers a large variety of rooms, villas and chalets - all overlooking the sea; alongside with many sports and recreational activities and a number of restaurants.
    The charge for using the resort facilities and the swimming pool in week days is QR30 for adults and QR20 for children in weekdays; and QR50 for adults and QR30 for children on Thursdays and Fridays. Membership fee including tax is QR2500 per year for a family of 5 and QR1600 biannually for individuals. The standard room rates per day are as follows:

Weekends and holidays: 
Room: QR875; Chalet for 4: QR1850; Villa: QR2650
Room: QR650; Chalet for 4: QR1350; Villa: QR1950
Tel: 44765299 
Fax: 44765298 
Reservation: 44765233 



  • Al-Gharriyya Resort: 

    This resort lies on the waterfront of al-Gharriyya area in the north. It comprises a number of super deluxe villas, children playgrounds, a swimming pool and restaurants.

    Tel: 44728000 / 44728888 
    Fax: 44728877 


  • The Zoo:

    The zoo lies 20 km from Doha on Salwa Road. It has a varied collection of animals, reptiles and birds as well as a mini amusement park for children. The zoo opens from 3 pm to 7 pm and closes on Saturdays. Entrance fees are QR2 for children and QR5 for adults.

    Tel. 44585858



  • Katara:

    Keeping pace with the emerging global culture that emphasizes the importance of diversity in human development, Katara Cultural Village is the largest and the most multidimensional cultural project of Qatar. It is a place where people come together to experience the cultures of the world. With beautiful theatres, concert halls, exhibition galleries and cutting-edge facilities, Katara aims to become a world leader for multi-cultural activities.

    Katara website - Click Here -


  • Souq Waqif:

    Open from 10 am – 12 pm and 4 pm – 10 pm, ouq Waqif is one of the liveliest place in Doha, boasting an increasing number of restaurants, where you can taste traditional Qatari food and various specialties from the Middle-East.


  • The Pearl:

    The atmosphere of the Riviera within the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf. A rediscovered island off the coast of one of the world's most rapidly expanding economies. An investment in a place of outstanding beauty and cosmopolitan charm. This is The Pearl-Qatar, an island, which will redefine an entire nation; a destination of qualities that are unique in the region.  To invest in a home at The Pearl-Qatar is to invest in a lifestyle, which is exclusive in atmosphere, unrivalled in quality and unique in its Riviera treatment.
    The Pearl website - Click Here -


  • Lusail City:

    Lusail City is a futuristic project which will create a modern and ambitious society. The smart, peaceful and inspirational environment combines artistic elements of architecture with various practical and versatile services in order to satisfy all the needs of its residents and visitors.

    Lusail City website - Click Here -


  • Al- Rumaila Park:

    This park lies on Doha Corniche. It has grass areas, children rides, a popular market and restaurants. It opens around the clock and entrance is free of charge.

    Tel. 44435348


Dahl El-Hamam Public Park:

Situated in KHhalifa Al-Shamalia, this public park contains several green lawns, passages for walking in addition to playgrounds for children. It is open for families free of charges.


Khor Al Udaid Beach:

This beach lies on the southeastern most part of the country, 78 km from Doha. This beautiful beach is distinguished by its fine sand dunes that can be as high as 40 meters in some locations. Other fine beaches include Fuwairit, Dukhan and others.

Al Jassasiya: 

Al Jassasiya are a range of rocky hills overlooking the northeastern coast of the country between the two villages of Al Huwailah and Fuwairit. They are famous for their numerous stone carvings and engravings, some of which date back to prehistoric times.


Almaha Sanctuary:

This tourist attraction is established to protect Al Maha (oryx) the endangered desert ante
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