Discover Bahrain’s rich and colorful culture and heritage with exciting days and nights exploring the vibrant alleys of traditional Souqs, the beautiful architecture of heritage houses, and historical forts, museums and cultural centers.
4 Days / 3 Nights
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||From XXX to Bahrain International Airport|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.|
|Adliya District for Dinner:
One of the main attraction in Bahrain, the Adliya district highlights some of the most recognized and sought-after restaurants on the island, offering a range of different cuisines.
|Bahrain National Museum:
Initiated in 1988 in an effort to maintain the country’s heritage and history, the Bahrain National Museum is located between Manama and Muharraq. The museum takes visitors on a 4,000-year historical journey, highlighting traditional handicrafts and traditions to the Islamic period. The museum is an astonishing destination to learn more about Bahrain’s role through history.
Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bahrain Fort is located on top of a 17.5-hectare artificial hill during over 4,000 years of continuous occupation. The fort is the site of the former capital of Dilmun, representing one of the richest archaeological digs in the Arabian Gulf and revealing different residential, commercial and military structures proving the vitality of the location over the centuries. You can also visit its in-house museum to learn more about Bahrain’s rich history!
|City Center, Seef and A’ali Malls:
Bahrain is home to a wide range of shopping malls, with diverse shop concepts and items sold, making every shopping experience exciting and filled with new pieces to own!
|Bab Al Bahrain:
Translated into ‘Gateway of Bahrain’, Bab Al Bahrain was designed by Sir Charles Belgrave and built by the British in 1945. Located in the heart of Manama, the beautiful gate is the entrance to the traditional market, Manama Souq. Redesigned in 1986, the entrance now entails beautiful Islamic designs and patterns, to reflect the predominant religion in the country, which is important in running day to day transactions and activities!
|Manama Traditional Souq (Market):
The beautiful traditional Manama Souq includes various collectible item stores for all travelers and shopping enthusiasts, where you can walk through the different streets and purchase a large range of products from perfumes, jewelry, handicrafts, antiques to local sweets and spices!
For all shopping and gold admirers, Bahrain’s Gold Souq offers an endless number of styles and designs, selling traditional jewelry as well as modern and contemporary ones. The jewelry presented in the hundreds of shops the souq offers is a combination of high quality and excellent craftsmanship, and is either 21 or 22 and even 24 carat gold!
|Traditional Breakfast in ‘Saffron’ Restaurant:
Enjoy the authentic tastes of Bahrain by having breakfast in one of the most traditional souks in the Kingdom!
|Traditional Old Houses in Muharraq:
A tour in the traditional houses of Muharraq showcases different types of Bahrain heritage and highlight traditional architecture, offering you a valuable insight into the rich history of the country and its prominent characters!
The souq is home to the most famous sweet shops in Bahrain, whilst also being the location of Al Qaisariya section, which is an essential component of the pearling trail recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located strategically as a sea passage, Arad Fort is a defensive fort in Bahrain reflecting ancient military architecture dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries. The fort played a vital role in Bahrain’s history in defending the country against marauders. Arad Fort is a beautiful attraction to visit to learn more about Bahrain’s story.
|Dilmun Burial Mounds:
Home to the largest prehistoric cemetery in the world as believed, Bahrain has ancient remains including thousands of burial mounds stretched across the northern side of the island. The greatest well-maintained mounds are the royal burial mounds located in A’ali.
| Tree of Life:
Older than 400 years old, the 9.75 m (32 ft) high Prosopis cineraria tree is located in the Bahraini desert, standing atop a 7.6 m (25 ft) high sandy tell, which was formed around a 500-year-old fortress. The location of the tree is home to excavated pottery and other artifacts dating back to the Dilmun civilization!
Please contact us for tailor made packages & options regarding length of stay, upgrades of hotels or requests for additional tours and excursions. We will be in touch with you shortly to discuss options and book accordingly.
|AFTERNOON / EVENING|| Arrive at Bahrain International Airport.
Completion of arrival and custom formalities.
Meet & greet by Atbahrain representative.
Transfer to the hotel & easy check-in.
Leisure for the day (special tour package to be arranged if required)
|18:45||visit Adliya district & enjoy dinner in one of the variety of resraurants.|
|Morning / Afternoon||Start of Day 2 tour :
Breakfast buffet in the hotel.
|14:00||Back to the hotel for a short break.|
|18:00||Proceed for an evening tour:
Highlights of the tour including visits to Bab Al Bahrain area and the Manama traditional Souq including gold Souq.
|20:30||Dinner in a local/ international chain restaurant.|
|09:45||Start of Day 3 tour:
Visits to attractions including traditional old houses in Muharraq, Muharraq Souq & Arad Fort .
|13:00|| Return back to the hotel.
Relax for the rest of the day OR experience one of the optional tour.
|09:00||Start of Day 4 tour:
Highlights include the visits to the Dilmun burial mounds & Tree of life.
|12:00||Proceed to hotel for check-out formalities.|
|15:00||Transportation to Bahrain International Airport according to the flight time.|
- Please note that all tours are subject to availability at the time of booking & confirmation
- Rates are per person on a sharing room basis
- Rates inclusive of all taxes, surcharge, entrance fees, toll, parking & food wherever mentioned in Itinerary.
- Atbahrain operates on the basis of fluid pricing. This is the practice within the travel industry where pricing changes due to various factors including, but not limited to, changing airfares, market conditions and spot specials. We therefore reserve the right to change our prices without notice.
- Once tour has commenced, we shall not refund or exchange any unused portion.
- Atbahrain is not responsible for any schedule changes imposed by airlines. Whilst we will do our best to reschedule your touring and accommodation, we are not responsible for any additional costs nor services missed as a result of an airline-imposed schedule change
- Every effort is made to ensure that your holiday arrangements are satisfactory and we accept liability for, but only to the extent of, any loss or damage sustained by you as a direct result of our negligence.
- Cancellation of reservation/s must be provided to us in writing and is subject to the following cancellation fees
- Atbahrain shall not be responsible or have obligations if the VISA is rejected by the Ministry due to one reason or other.