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Bahrain Heritage Tour

Bahrain Heritage Tour Packages
Country: Bahrain
City: Manama
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Package Itinerary

Sightseeing the most fascinating archaeological sites and registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Bahrain Fort. And walk to the Bahrain Fort Museum which was opened to the public in 2008. And have friends with the camels at the Royal Camel Farm, camels were one mode of transportation in the region to go from one place to another In the olden days.

Visit Al Jasra House a traditional-style house built in 1907. It was restored in 1986 using traditional building materials such as coral stones and palm leaf trunks. And nearby go to Al Jasra Handicrafts Center which showcases pottery making, cloth weaving, woodworking, basket weaving, and shadow making that are created using traditional methods. Lastly, have a look at the Ancient Burial Mounds known since ancient times as an island with a very large number of burials, the (originally) quite a number of square kilometers of mounds were said to be one of the largest cemeteries in the ancient world.


- All monument fees

- Private air-conditioned vehicle

- English-speaking tour guide

- Mineral water/juice on board the vehicle


Sightseeing is morning schedule only at: 09:00 am

Friday is no sightseeing day.

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More About Muharraq Island, Qal’at Bu Mahir Fortress, And Coastal And Offshore Pearling Sites:

Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2012, the pearling sites are located in the form of a long trail along the island of Muharraq. Situated in the northern region of the state, Muharraq has long been a center of religious activity and tradition, but the pearling sites are etched in the annals of history for a different reason altogether.

Muharraq Island was famous for being the most prominent site for harvesting sea pearls from oyster beds. The trade was so influential that it helped shaped the island’s economy for a few centuries until the initial decades of the 20th century. The trail comprises of 3 oyster beds which are still a site of this amazing vocation (albeit part-time now) in addition to 17 buildings which are now the remnants of a past era. The Qal’at Bu Mahir fortress and the island’s southern seashore complete the heritage site making it worth at least one visit to explore the wonders that await.

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