Qatar is one of the leading countries in the Middle East. It is home to the finest cultural landmarks, some even dating back to thousands of years

demonstrating the nation’s rich history and culture. Lately, Qatar has developed a series of world-class hotels, entertainment centers, and museums that house some of the world’s finest art collections.

This brief itinerary describes some of the tourist attractions you will visit on this tour package. On arrival you will be picked up by our representative to your designated hotel for check in, meals and overnight stay.

Day One: Museum of Islamic Art

The stunning Museum of Islamic Art, designed by I.M. Pei, famed for his modern wing of the Louvre in Paris, is an icon for art, culture and heritage, housing precious works from more than 200 years of Islamic civilization.  –

Day Two: Katara Cultural Village. Katara Cultural Village is the focal point for arts and culture in Doha and has art galleries, an amphitheater for opera, drama and concerts performance as well as restaurants and a beach and water sports facilities.

Day Three: Souq Waqif: Souq Waqif offers the bustle and vitality of old traditional souq with perfectly replicated buildings featuring traditional architecture. There you will find handicrafts on display as well as traditional foods and spices, perfumes, fabrics and art. Young Qataris are being encouraged to set up businesses promoting old crafts and traditional wares.  

Day Four: This day is for your rest and leisure. There is no organized tour today. However, you may take strolls in private, especially by the beach.

Day Five: Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani Museum

Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani has built his own museum at his farm in Al Sheehaniya located 20km west of Doha. This private museum comprises of more than 15,000 pieces, collected during his worldwide travels. The museum has a varied collection of artifacts including fossils, manuscripts, textiles, weapons, ceramics, woodwork, contemporary art, pre- and Islamic coins and foreign currency. There is also a section devoted to Qatari and Bedouin heritage, including fishing boats and traditional Qatari houses. The facility also has an attached farm housing more than 1,000 Arabian onyx, gazelles, and peacocks 

Day Six: Barzan Tower

Located in Umm Salal, this building was previously built as a watchtower in the 19th century. Qatar beach, boat & fishing trips. Full day at rest before your departure to back to Nigeria next day.  

Day Seven:  Transfer to the airport for your return trip to Nigeria.

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