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Discover Qatar

Qatar is a peninsula with a 563-km coastline jutting along the western coast of the Arabian Gulf. The country shares an 87 km land border with Saudi Arabia to the south. Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Iran are nearby.

The country is characterised by its flat and arid desertscape. Qatar has a desert climate with year-round sunshine, hot summers, and mild winters. Average monthly temperatures range from 17°C in January to 36°C in July, sometimes reaching highs of 40°C+ during the summer months. Average annual rainfall is 70 mm per year, and falls in brief showers between October and March, rarely hindering outdoor activities.


Qatar is a land where tradition meets modernity. It is a country whose people are rooted in their heritage while maintaining an eye on the future, and Qatar’s growing global role in business, politics, and education.

There is a deep respect for the nation’s history - archaeological sites and artefacts are painstakingly excavated and cared for – protected in situ or housed in museums. Qatar is home to everything from neolithic rock carvings to modernist skyscrapers, and gentle Dugongs in its glittering waters.  This is where ancient dwellings are only a stone’s throw from world-class museums, glistening malls, desert adventures, and international sports venues. 

The country’s seafaring past today manifests in a continued reverence for the crystal waters that surround the peninsula. Fishing remains a passion, and enthusiasts can enjoy a plethora of water sports.  From kayaking through the Al Thakira mangroves to the thrill of a desert safari while taking in the majesty of the Inland Sea, to relaxing by the beach, Qatar allows visitors to reconnect with nature.



Doha, Qatar’s ultramodern capital and the ideal stop-over destination. Located in the east of the country, Doha is home to approximately 646,000 people from all over the world. It’s the country’s fastest-growing city with so much to offer. 

From a pearling and fishing village of great importance, with around 350 pearling boats at the beginning of the 20th century, Doha underwent a complete economic transformation and became a modern and prosperous city. Known for its exemplary hospitality, exquisite cuisine, unique shopping experiences, and traditional souqs, along with a plethora of adventures and activities, Doha is growing rapidly and offers something for all travellers.



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Travel Details

Direct Flights to Doha are available from Manchester, London Gatwick and London Heathrow, the flight duration is approximately 7 hours.



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