Tour guides Qatar

Take a trip to Qatar

Welcome to the undiscovered jewel of the Middle East, Qatar! Located on the Arabian Peninsula, this small country rich in culture and history offers a unique travel experience. Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, a nature lover or a modern architecture enthusiast, Qatar has something for everyone. Be seduced by the striking contrasts between ancient and modern, east and west, desert and sea. Explore the landmarks of Doha, the booming capital, with its glittering skyscrapers and world-class museums. Soak up the legendary Qatari hospitality and discover their age-old traditions in the bustling souks of the old city.
But there’s more to Qatar than just Doha. Venture across the Qatari desert to discover breathtaking landscapes of endless sand dunes. Enjoy a unique experience of sandboarding, camel riding or desert safari for an unforgettable adrenaline rush. See Qatar’s fascinating flora and fauna, including mangroves, bird sanctuaries and sea turtles.


Tour guides in Qatar

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Five ideas for guided tours in Qatar


  • Doha

    Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a lively and cosmopolitan city that perfectly blends tradition and modernity. Nestled on the coast of the Persian Gulf, here are some must-see places to visit during your stay.
    Start your visit with the world-renowned Museum of Islamic Art. Located on Corniche Island, the museum has an impressive collection of Islamic artifacts. The panoramic view of the sea and the city from the terrace is simply breathtaking. Don’t miss a visit to the Waqif Souk, a colorful traditional market where you can find local spices, fabrics and souvenirs. You can also stroll through the bustling streets of the old city and learn about Qatar’s history and culture.
    If you are a fan of modern architecture, the Qatar National Museum, designed by the famous French architect Jean Nouvel, is a must-see. The disc-shaped building represents the petals of the country’s national flower, the orchid.

  • Petra, one of the seven wonders of the world

    Katara is a traditional village that offers a unique experience to travelers seeking culture. The village has a wide variety of cultural and recreational activities for all tastes, from art and music exhibitions to food festivals.
    For starters, visit the art center, which features a large collection of local and international art. The village is also known for its theater and dance performances, which are often held in the outdoor amphitheater. Visitors can also enjoy traditional and contemporary music concerts, often held as part of music festivals.
    To learn more about Qatar’s history and culture, visit the Katara Mosque, one of the largest in the region. Admire its spectacular architecture and learn about Muslim prayer rituals by attending a Friday prayer.
    Finally, be sure to stroll through the streets of the village to discover the local cuisine and artisanal stores selling traditional products such as jewelry, clothing and carpets.

  • The Pearl, an archipelago of islands

    The Pearl Qatar is an archipelago of artificial islands located in Doha. Known for its beautiful beaches and modern buildings, The Pearl has become a popular tourist destination in recent years. When visiting The Pearl, there are several places to see. You can start your visit with the Porto Arabia Marina, which offers a great view of the luxury yachts. The marina is also home to luxury brand stores, restaurants and cafes.
    The white sandy beach of Costa Malaz Beach is another place not to be missed. With a breathtaking view of the horizon. You can also take a walk along its promenade to admire the modern buildings and well-kept gardens.
    A visit to The Pearl would not be complete without seeing the Pearl Tower, the iconic 238-meter high tower that dominates the archipelago skyline. With a panoramic view of the entire city of Doha,
    Finally, don’t miss a visit to Qanat, a picturesque neighborhood inspired by Venice. With navigable canals, arched bridges and colorful houses.

  • Al Wakrah

    If you are looking for a historical and cultural city to visit in Qatar, don’t miss Al Wakrah. Located just 20 km south of the capital, this port city has a rich history and undeniable charm. One of the most interesting places to visit is its souk. Here you can find a variety of local products, such as spices, fabrics and handicrafts. Architecture enthusiasts will also enjoy the Abdul Rahman bin Jassim Mosque, which has a beautiful mix of traditional and modern styles.
    If you are interested in the history of the city, don’t miss the Al Wakrah Museum. This museum will take you through the city’s history, from its fishing past to its role in the oil and gas industry.
    Al Wakrah beach is especially popular for its peaceful atmosphere and natural setting.

  • Khor Al Adaid

    If you are looking for an unforgettable experience, Khor Al Adaid is the ideal destination for you. Located in the southern part of Qatar, this place is known for its beautiful salt lake surrounded by majestic sand dunes. The nature reserve is known for its breathtaking scenery and unique wildlife. The area is home to a wide variety of animals including gazelles, desert foxes, reptiles and migratory birds.
    To fully enjoy this natural gem, you can indulge in a variety of activities such as sandboarding, dune driving, fishing and swimming.
    If you want to explore the surroundings of Khor Al Adaid, you can visit the nearby fishing village of Al Thakira. There, you can experience the local culture, enjoy the view of the ocean and taste the freshest seafood. A little further away, you can visit the charming town of Mesaieed and soak up the local atmosphere.