What does Bahrain offer to its tourists?
Bahrain offers many things to do for everyone, and it really should be on your list of travel:
Tourists and nature lovers can find many wonderful things to do in Bahrain, such as visiting Areen Wildlife Sanctuary, where they can spot flamingos, ostriches, and camels.
If you are interested in sports, take a trip to the racecourse in Sakhir, or enjoy water sports at the largest and most advanced water park in the Middle East, the Lost Dilmun Park.
Stroll in the old markets
Bahrain is characterized by many ancient markets, such as the Manama Souq - behind Bab Al Bahrain - which is a knot of narrow streets and alleys with merchants selling a wealth of goods, from spices and perfumes to gold and shisha bottles.
Feed adorable baby camels
The Royal Camel Farm in Bahrain is one of the Bahraini top attractions. The place is only there for the royal family to preserve Bahrain's camel-raising heritage (when cars began to outnumber them as their preferred means of transportation), a centuries-old cultural bond.
Enjoy buying souvenirs at the Bahrain handicrafts center
The Arts and Crafts Center in Al Jasra Village is one of the best places to visit in Bahrain, where you can buy some really cool things. The great thing is that you can see them taking advantage of the skills that go into every component. The place also hosts individual shops that display handicrafts produced by many villages in this historically Middle Eastern country. Such as musical instruments, fine cloth, metalwork, baskets, and pottery.
Kayak and watch sunset
Bahrain is a natural center for water sports. None of its activities are driven by motors, which means it is environmentally friendly and works with the elements. You can go windsurfing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, and even SUP Yoga (on a paddleboard!). If you're not into water sports, they also offer great "relaxing" beach sessions. You can enjoy a little kayak exploration at sunset, followed by a wonderful barbecue party at Nurana Beach. It's a great way to gather a group of friends or family, eat some delicious food, listen to some live traditional music, and relax under the stars until the wee hours.