Qatar has a dry, subtropical desert climate, with low annual rainfall and intensely hot and humid summers. The average temperature from June to August is around 42ºC but it’s not unusual for the mercury to reach a high of 50ºC. In the winter months, temperatures are cooler but still warm, with the average around 23ºC from December to February.
#1: Khor Al Adaid (Inland Sea)
Best experienced by a safari on a 4x4 vehicle, the inland sea is a huge salt water inlet amidst the desert, surrounded by towering sand dunes and offers a scenery of undeveloped yet exceptional natural beauty.
Undisputedly the most lively part of Doha with a 7-km long coastline and surrounded by remarkable modern architecture, the Corniche is as beautiful at night as it is during the day.
Experience this traditional market place which is a wonderful area to explore, shop, dine or simple stroll through the numerous alleys full of spices, perfumes, souvenirs, local dresses and antique shops.
High on a hill and overlooking Doha’s West Bay, the State Grand Mosque is a truly amazing piece of architecture with its intricate Arabic designs, sandstone facades, and half-moon domes.
This UNESCO World Heritage site is an impressive 12-century fort, located in the walled city of Bahla that runs along for several kilometers along the wadi. You can enjoy travelling through time as you see most buildings in the city made of traditional mud brick, dating back 100s of years.