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Qatar Tour
Qatar

Qatar Stopover Tour 3 Days

Short gateway in Qatar to give you the taste of the Middle East. Visit Doha and enjoy a trip to the desert. Let us show it to you!

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Qatar

Qatar Tour Package 6 Days / 5 Nights

Let Qatar be part of your relaxing vacations in the Middle East. Visit Doha and enjoy a tour in the desert. Book now!

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Doha

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Frequently Questions

The weather in Qatar mainly follows the same theme throughout the year, mild winters & hot summers. Temperatures are usually between77 Degrees celsius to 45 degrees celsius.  Summers are usually dry in Qatar with the passing winds either being extremely humid or dry with teh first coming from the Gulf and the second coming from the Saudi Arabian Desert.

 

The weather in Qatar mainly follows the same theme throughout the year, mild winters & hot summers. Temperatures are usually between77 Degrees celsius to 45 degrees celsius.  Summers are usually dry in Qatar with the passing winds either being extremely humid or dry with teh first coming from the Gulf and the second coming from the Saudi Arabian Desert.

Qatar is as safe to VIsit as any other emirates of the UAE. The city boasts a very low crime rate. The sight of women venturing into the streets alone may garner some attention but other then that the only precautions you need are the basic precautions you would take if your visiting somewhere new.  

The official currency for Qatar is the Qatari Riyal, in short QAR as for the exchange rates they are as follows:  

 

One USD ( United States Dollar) 3.64  Qatari Riya QAR
One CAD ( Canadian Dollar)2.74  Qatari Riya QAR
One EUR ( Euro)  4.31 Qatari Riya QAR
One GPB (Sterling Pound)  4.78 Qatari Riya QR

According to the Visa Policy of Qatar, if you are fro one of the GCC countries, or if you are one of the countries eligible for a visa waiver,  you will not need a visa to ENter Qatar. The Visa could be obtained either from either online in advance or via the official website of the Qatar airways if they choose to fly with them. Moreover, all visitors not from the GCC countries must have a passport valid for at least three months from the date of their arrival in Qatar.  

There are three types of Visas to Qatar each with its own pricing, but the main one you will be concerned with since your just visiting the country and not planning on a long stay will be the Tourist Entry visa which is valid for two periods, either short Qatar tourist visa that lasts for 2 weeks or the long visa that lasts for 3o days, their price of the 30-day visa is 100 QAR.

There are some point that are considered as sensitive matters due to Qatar being an Islamic country. Here are the most ones you should look out for:

Alcohol:  Liquor and alcoholic drinks can be purchased by foreigners in Qatar, provided you have a permit for it and will consume it at home. Hotel Bars and clubs also offer alcoholic drinks but only for Non-Muslims. Finally, the public consumption of alcohol and public intoxication by it is prohibited alongside Drinking and driving and Gambling.

Swimwear & Photography: there is no legal restriction on beach attire but generally shots, hit shorts, bikinis & short dresses are accepted in a pool or beach area but frowned upon. The reaction, of course, will differ according to which part of the town your in and how liberal the people there are. As for Photography avoid secure areas such as airports, military camps, official buildings….etc and otherwise ask for permission before taking a picture.

Yes, Credit cards are commonly used in Qatar in the capital, hotels, banks, malls and the same goes with most of the UAE emirates, excluding of course the rural or older neighbourhoods of the city. Anyhow it’s always handy to have some cash with you just in case.  

Within the city they only currency that can be used would be the national currency, the Qatari Riyal, with the exception being the duty-free shops at the airport, so it’s a good idea to carry cash and exchange what foreign currency you have for the local currency.