6 Day Trips In Bahrain

Day Trips in Bahrain

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Spend amazing time  Jarada Island
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Enjoy your time with your friends in Kashta
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Spend a great time in Kashta in Bahrain Bay
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Enjoy a beautiful day with your friends on a boat
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Amazing trip to Jerada Island
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Day trips in Bahrain

Bahrain is the pearl of the Gulf and is the first tourist destination in the Gulf region. Although it is one of the smallest countries in the world, it has a lot of sights and ancient monuments, as well as incredible shopping malls, museums, and mosques. There are so many things to do in Bahrain, and you can get to know the landmarks in one day in Bahrain. Many tour companies organize daily Bahrain tours for the individual or group according to their desire and needs.

Things to do on a day out in Bahrain

Wahooo! Waterpark

If you love adventure and want long hours of fun with your family, Wahooo WaterPark is the most spectacular water park in Bahrain and the ideal place to go out for the whole family. Wahooo Park is one of the top attractions in the region, as it contains games for all ages, and it also has indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

Magic Planet Bahrain

Magic Planet is Bahrain's first gaming center, this is a whole world of magical family entertainment. You can enjoy a wide range of great games and other attractions. Enjoy a fun-filled day for the whole family, with exciting leisure activities.

Manama Souq

Shop until you Drop at Manama Souq. Manama Souq allows you to explore Bahraini traditions and the culture of the Arabian Gulf in general. The gorgeous, culture-rich streets will attract you to shop more and more. You can buy souvenirs from these streets at affordable prices.

The Azizia Bird Kingdom

If you want to enjoy watching and interacting with different types of birds, take the boat to Hawar Islands Wildlife Sanctuary or make a trip to Al Areen Wildlife Sanctuary next to the Bahrain International Circuit or the Azizia Birds Kingdom, which is located in the Amwaj Islands.

Al-Fateh Mosque

No trip to Bahrain would be complete without going to the Al Fateh Grand Mosque. It was built in the 1980s, and the mosque is the largest place of worship in Bahrain, with an area of ​​6,500 square meters with a capacity of more than 7,000 worshipers at one time. You can stroll inside soaking up the sun as it splashes off the marble floors.

Bahrain National Museum

Bahrain National Museum is the largest and oldest public museum in Bahrain, where you can learn about Bahrain's past and history. It was built near King Faisal Highway in Manama. The museum complex covers an area of ​​27,800 square meters and consists of two buildings.

Bahrain Fort

Qal'at al-Bahrain is the oldest and largest fortress in Bahrain. This archaeological site has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005. Bahrain Fort is just 4 km from Manama, the capital of Bahrain.

Bahrain International Circuit

A first-class racing circuit in the middle of dunes in conditions close to the desert does not seem highly probable, but that is exactly what the Bahrain International Circuit has to offer, as the Bahrain International Circuit “F1” opened in 2004. The first racing venue in the Middle East was built in the desert south of Manama. But the event attracted international attention in 2011.

Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is 2 km from Jabal Dukhan. This 32-foot tree has baffled visitors and scientists alike throughout its life as it continues to grow. Bahrain's tree of life is about 400 years old.

Although it is known to have a large amount of water at its root, there is no source of water, which makes Bahrain's Tree of Life more mysterious.

This tree is a local tourist attraction, as it is the only major tree that grows in the area. This shiny and magnificent tree is visited by nearly 50,000 tourists every year.

Frequently asked questions

What is the famous food in Bahrain?

Bahrain's traditional food includes fish, meat, rice, and dates. Bahrainis also eat other Arabian food such as falafel, fried balls of chickpeas served in bread, and shawarma, lamb, or chicken.

Is Bahrain worth visiting?

Bahrain is worth the visit, as it is not like any other Gulf country. Bahrain contains a lot of tourist attractions, beautiful beaches, many diving spots, great local restaurants, and many things to do in Bahrain.

Are people in Bahrain rich?

Bahrain is the fifth richest Arab country, with its economy ranked 23rd in the world. This is due to its high-income economy, oil and natural gas resources, aluminium export, and tourist attractions.

What is the best month to visit Bahrain?

Bahrain is best visited during the months of December and March, when there is a moderate breeze

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