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Bahrain Tour Packages
Country: Bahrain
City: Manama
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Archaeological Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Day 1:

Arrival at Bahrain International Airport, the hotel driver will meet and greet you right after the arrival hall. Transfer to hotel and check-in. Be ready at 6:45 evening at your hotel lobby for pick up, tonight you will visit the Bahrain Fort, pass by at Bab Al Bahrain take some photos, Drive pass to the Old & Guest Palaces, stop by at the Grand Mosque to take some photos, World Trade Centre and Arad Fort.

Day 2:

After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up at the lobby of your hotel at around 8:45 in the morning. Today you will visit the Bahrain National Museum, the museum covers 6,000 years of Bahrain's history. The traditional Muharraq Souq and Dhow builders yard.

Day 3:

After breakfast, free at your own leisure.

Day 4:

After breakfast free at your own leisure until transfer to Airport for your departure.

Package Includes:

Three (3) Nights at 4* Hotel accommodation

Daily Breakfast

Return airport transfer

All monuments entrance fees

Private air-conditioned vehicles during the tours

Mineral water/ juice on board the vehicle during the tours

Wifi internet usage in the hotel

Package Excludes:

Entry Visa

Other personal expenses which were not mentioned above

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* Price mentioned may change without prior notice

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Best Places to Visit in Bahrain:

Al Jasra
You can keep searching for gorgeous handicrafts at the village of Al Jasra which sits at the crossroads of King Fahd Causeway and the straits of the western coast of Bahrain. This area is known as one of the heritage heartlands of the region and is a great arts and crafts hub along with A’Ali. Here you will find weavings, pottery, and other traditional crafts that make great souvenirs or gifts.

Qal’at Al Bahrain
This UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bahrain pokes its head above the dusty desert dunes to the west of Manama. Much of the fortress dates from a 6th-century citadel that was used by the Portuguese but some of the larger mounds that have been excavated show that the site was occupied as far back as 2,300 BC. If you are a history buff then this is definitely one place in Bahrain not to miss.

Al Areen Park
The area of Al Areen is covered in hotels and boutique resorts, but accommodation is not the only thing that it has to offer. Instead, it is also known for its wildlife reserve which sprawls over seven square kilometers and is nestled in the southwest of Bahrain. Here you will find a wealth of fauna including Arabian camels, springbok, Nubian gazelles, and Arabian Oryx.

The island of Sitra sits in the Persian Gulf and is located on the eastern edge of Bahrain. The island is used by oil companies as well as local fishermen, so it is an interesting place to witness two sides of Bahrain working in unison. There are agricultural villages here like Al Kharijiya and Mahazza and you can also use this spot as a stepping stone to the Al Dar archipelago which has palm-fringed beaches and little seaside eateries galore.

Muharraq dates from the Dilmun Civilization but it was the Greeks that brought real prosperity to this northern city in Bahrain when they began a series of powerhouse trade routes here. It used to be the capital of Bahrain but nowadays Muharraq is the entry and exit point of Bahrain as it is also the home of Bahrain International Airport. As well as being the main transport hub, however, this city also has its own distinct charm.

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