Discover the hidden treasures of the island by visiting different traditional locations that will paint you an elaborate picture of Bahrain in the ancient times!

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Days : Friday Timing: 14:30 to 17:30 (Excluding pick-up and drop-off times)

Head out to the Camel Farm; home to over 200 camels, for an opportunity of a close encounter with the mammals, the traditional method of transportation in the past.

Drive across one of the longest bridges in the world at 25 kilometers in length connecting Bahrain to its neighboring country; Saudi Arabia!

Arrive at the historical Al Jasra House, offering you a look into the traditional Bahraini dwelling, representing the birthplace of Bahrain’s former Prince, Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa.

Next stop is Bahrain Fort, a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site! The fort is located on top of an artificial hill and is the site of the former capital of Dilmun. Pas by its in-house museum to learn more about Bahrain’s rich history!

 

 

Picture3_04 Bahrain Fort:

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!

al-jarsa Al Jasra House

Located in the village of Al Jasra, Beit Al Jasra (Jasra House) is a traditional style house built in 1907. It was restored in 1986 using traditional building materials such as coral stones and palm leaf trunks.

focous-1_08 Camel Farm:

Home to over 200 camels, the Camel Farm gives you an opportunity for a close encounter with camels, which were the means of transportation in ancient times. Camels represent an important aspect of Bahrain’s history and heritage!

focous-1_02 King Fahd Causeway

The king Fahad Causeway, one of the longest bridges in the world, connects between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. The four-lane road is approximately 25 kilometers long and 23 meters wide!

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