TRANSPORTATION  4 days city tour

1-3 Pax 5 seat Sedan, 4-6 Pax 7 seat Toyota Alphard business van, 7-9 Pax 15 seat min bus, 10 – 20 Pax 26 seat bus, 30-50 Pax 50 seat bus(one day is 10 hrs, if exceed need charge)

GUIDE      English speaking Guide

TICKET      Entry ticket for all the attractions which mentioned in itinerary

SERVICE     2 bottles water each guest

HOTEL     4 nights stay in 4 star hotel

MEAL        total 8 meals


AIRTICKET   Air flight ticket fees & taxes

OVERTIME  One day Vehicle and Guide working hours is 10 hrs, exceed per hour charge against below list:

5 seat Sedan, USD 20/ per hour

7 seat Toyota Alphard, USD 30/per hour

15 seat bus, USD 25/ per hour

26 seat bus, USD 50/per hour

50 seat bus, USD 100/ per hour

DAY 1 

AL CORNICHE STThe Doha Corniche is one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the Middle East. 7 km long, renowned among locals and tourists. The Corniche offers spectacular vistas of the city, from the dramatic high rise towers of the central business district to the bold shapes of the Museum of Islamic Art. Traditional wooden dhows lining the Bay evoke echoes of Qatar’s great seafaring past. The Corniche provides a green, vehicle-free pedestrian space in the heart of the capital.

EMIRI DIWAN PALACEAPPREANCE)】 The Emiri Diwan Palace is the Presidential palace where the Emir of Qatar sits. The Amiri Diwan government complex consists of the offices of the Amir, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, as well as the Council of Ministers’ buildings. The complex is the symbolic, ceremonial and administrative centre of the State.

MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ARTDoha Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar artificial island located beyond the coastline, an area of 45,000 square meters, is by far the most comprehensive theme in Islamic art museum. Simple white limestone with geometric manner superimposed into the style of Islamic architecture, the central dome connects the different spaces. A glass curtain wall on the north side of the Museum offers panoramic views of the Gulf and West Bay area of Doha from all five floors of the atrium. Museum collected and stored within a variety of Islamic art from around the world, they come from three continents, across the river of time in the 7th century to the 19th century.

KATARAKatara Cultural Village is the largest and the most multidimensional cultural project of Qatar. It is a place where people come together to experience the different cultures of the world. It brings out the heritage and traditions of Qatar and events to spread awareness about the importance of every culture and civilization and as such, Katara hosts international, regional and local festivals, workshops, performances and exhibitions.

PEARL QATARMiddle East Riviera. Qatar Pearl Island project is a $ 2.5 billion spent, covering 1.3 million square meters of new island communities. Pearl Island is located in Doha, Qatar, the waterfront, is not only a tourist attraction, but also on behalf of the State of Qatar and many highly accomplished investment. The project is located on a former pearl shallow base, for this beach, the pearl of the name expresses the people’s respect for history and culture. This unique and fresh island will eventually provide 40,000 high-grade, multi-cultural residential units, including waterfront villas, elegant mansions, luxury apartments, five-star hotels, a cruise ship terminal, shopping and dining space.

DAY 2 

CAMEL RACE TRACKWatch the camel training at the camel race track. Thousands of camel can be seen there during the race little robot Jockeys are used.

DUKHAN & ZEKREET TOURVisit Zekreet, an exciting beach destination popular for weekend campers as well as water sport enthusiasts. The Zekreet area is also enclosed by an amazing landscape with remnants of old settlements and prehistoric sites, where you will find desert mushrooms and fine sand dunes. Discover the Zekreet Fort from 18th century and an early date press, found on the beach.Located close to Dukhan on the west coast of Qatar, the Zekreet area boasts an astonishing landscape with prehistoric sites and remnants of old settlements.

We will also drive around the Umbrella shaped Stone hut nesling on a limestone hill remained frome television production in ras Abrouq peninsula in west central coastal area, north from Zekreet.

Finally the stop is passing through the famous Richard Sierra Desert Sculpture.

SHEIKH FAISAL BIN QASSIM AL THANI MUSEUMSheikh Faisal museum is set up in 1998 by Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani. It gathers a unique private collection owned by one of the royal members. Showcasing 15000 historical pieces among which traditional Qatar artifacts, old –times from all over the World as well as painting & international art.

DAY 3 

AL KHOR MANGROVESAl Thakira mangroves in Qatar is a worthy experience. The tour takes you through one of the most fascinating mangroves in Qatar located within a small village just a few kilometers North of Al Khor.

ZUBARRA 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 house is a visitor’s Centre.


DAY 4 

【 DESERT ADVENTURS】No visit would be complete without experiencing the quintessential desert adventure, an exhilarating 4X4 safari over the dunes, perhaps including a camel ride, a chance to try sand boarding or even drive a dune buggy. Witness spectacular desert sunset and end the day with a moonlit barbeque… or perhaps camp overnight under a million stars. Qatar’s impressive dunes are easily accessible from Doha extending southward to the inland sea.

DAY 5 

THE STATE MOSQUE OF QATARMuhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (1703 – 1792) was a religious leader and theologian from Najd in central Arabia who founded the movement now called Wahhabism . The state mosque of Qatar is named after him, The “Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque” was opened in 2011, with the Emir of Qatar presiding over the occasion. The mosque can hold a congregation of 30,000 people. It is open to visitors of all faiths.

KHALIFA INTERNATIONAL STADIUM APPEARANCE)】The stadium was originally opened in 1976 with 20000-seater and only a small canopy on one side. In 2005, the stadium was enlarged and refurbished to 21st century standards for the Asian Games held on 1-15 December 2006. The stadium was converted to 50000 seats, with a roof on the western side and a signature lighting arch on the eastern side was used as a platform for the launch of fireworks during the 2006 Asian games. The renovated stadium was officially opened on 4 June 2005 with a celebratory soccer match in which Qatar won. After the 2006 Asian Games it is functioning as a world-class Olympic-standard stadium. In spite of the recent renovation, the stadium’s present capacity of 50,000 will be increased to 68,000 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The stadium was used mostly for Football matches before its renovation but it includes facilities for many other sports like track and field events.

VILLAGGIO MALLThis is the largest shopping center in Qatar Venetian style, bridges, blue sky, you can take a gondola tour scenery. This malls provide many of the world brand products, there are a lot of souvenir shops, cinemas, pharmacies, supermarkets, restaurants and cafés.

SOUQ WAQIFPaved alleys of old exudes intoxicating flavor of the times, the street was put on the roadside shops full of goods, including daily necessities, such as Qatar, traditional costumes, souvenirs, dried fruit, nuts, candy, honey, as well as a variety of rare stuff, everything, an oriental style is also mixed with a variety of colored spices and coffee aroma. Walking on the street, in addition to taste the Arabic and international cuisine which, apart from feeling festive atmosphere, but also a taste that filled the air in an atmosphere mixed with fruity shisha.

FALCON MARKETArabian Falcon Arabian heritage is an important part. Desert Arab Bedouin tribes use it to hunt. History can be traced back to 2000 years ago. Because it superior hunting skills, so the Bedouin tribes in the desert can be extremely monotonous food chain to survive, so the Arabs call it the “king of all birds.”

1 Pax

QAR8877Per Person

2 Pax

QAR5993Per person

3 Pax

QAR4935Per person

4-6 Pax

QAR4917Per person

7-9 Pax

QAR4579Per person

10 Pax

QAR4241Per person

20 Pax

QAR3741Per person

30 Pax

QAR3738Per person

40 Pax

QAR3599Per person

50 Pax

QAR3516Per person