Tourist Information


Bahrain, a nation comprising more than 30 islands in the Persian Gulf, has been at the center of major trade routes since antiquity. In its modern capital, Manama, the acclaimed Bahrain National Museum showcases artifacts from the ancient Dilmun civilization that flourished in the region for millennia. The city's thriving Bab al-Bahrain bazaar offers wares ranging from colourful handwoven fabrics and spices to pearls.

The Grand Mosque

The Grand Mosque is one of the largest buildings in the country and is capable of holding up to worshippers. Officially known as Al-Fatih Mosque, visitors are welcome (except during prayer 7,000 times) and informative guides will explain aspects of Islamic faith while pointing out special features.of mosque architecture.

Al Areen

Al Areen Sanctuary Park & Reserve is a reserve with free roaming birds and animals that are native to the Gulf region, such as pelicans, flamingos, swans, gazelles, oryx, wild sheep, ostriches and goats. Guided mini-van tours are arranged throughout the day for visitors.


F1 Circuit

Bahrain F1 International circuit, “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, is open for business every day of the year and boasts, among other facilities, a brand new Karting Circuit that is one of the leading tracks of its kind in the world. As well as the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, the circuit hosts high-level international events and has also hosted the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East series, the CIK-FIA U18 World Karting Championships and an FIA World Endurance Championship event.

The Bahrain National Museum

The Bahrain National Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bahrain, and is a good place to start for an intriguing introduction to the sights of the country. The museum showcases archaeological finds from ancient Dilmun, Bahrain’s pearl diving history and a thoughtful narrative on the island’s contemporary culture.


Manama Souk

The Bahrain National Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bahrain, and is a good place to start for an intriguing introduction to the sights of the country. The museum showcases archaeological finds from ancient Dilmun, Bahrain’s pearl diving history and a thoughtful narrative on the island’s contemporary culture.

The Bahrain National Museum

Al Khamis Mosque is believed to be the first mosque built in Bahrain. It is considered to be one of the oldest relics of Islam in the region, and the foundation of the mosque is believed to have been laid as early as 692 AD.


Tree of Life

Tree of Life stands alone in middle of the desert. Viewed a natural wonder, it is believed to be over 500 years old and survives without a known source of water.

The Bahrain National Museum

Arad Fort also known as the Portuguese Fort and Qal’at Al-Bahrain, is the country’s main archaeological site. During excavations seven layers of occupation have been discovered, the earliest dating from 2800 BC.