Panoramic City Tour

You will be picked up from Hamad International Airport upon arrival and taken around the beautiful country for a short tour. We will drive you along Corniche, a 7km-long waterfront promenade where you can see traditional Dhow boats parked along the water side and the West Bay skyline with its unique architectural towers. You will first visit the Pearl Qatar which is an artificial island created in the shape of an oyster – representing Qatar’s historical roots. Next stop will be at Katara Cultural Village, the country’s focal point for multicultural activities famous for the Blue Mosque and Pigeon Towers. From there we will take you to Souq Waqif, a heritage market that features traditional Qatari architecture and handicrafts. After your tour, you will be dropped off back at the airport or at your hotel.

Good to know

With every package, it’s important to keep in mind what you can and cannot do for you to make most of the trip. Below you will find a list of things that we advise you to follow:

Timings:

It will be scheduled for 3 hours between 9.00 AM – 9.00 PM depending on your arrival time.

What's Included:

  • Pick-up and drop-off within Doha city limits.
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Brief stops at Dhow Harbour and the Museum of Islamic Art.
  • Stop at the Souq Waqif.
  • Stop at The Pearl Qatar.
  • Stop at Katara Cultural Village.
  • All guides are licensed and English-speaking.

Note:

  • Tours are on a shared basis.

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Good to know

With every package, it’s important to keep in mind what you can and cannot do for you to make most of the trip. Below you will find a list of things that we advise you to follow:

WHAT TO DO

Use greetings and formalities as they are particularly important when dealing with the Locals.
Dress modestly, Qatar is a Muslim country with conservative dress codes. Use a high-factor sunblock on all exposed skin year-round.

WHAT NOT TO DO

Look or stare at people closely no matter how fascinating their dress is.
Ask an Arab lady for information or directions if you are a man. Take a photograph without permission of people, particularly locals and police/armies. Drink too much alcohol.