Qatar Holidays

Qatar beckons travellers with its blend of tradition and modernity, offering a unique fusion of cultural, culinary, and architectural delights. Whether you're drawn to its rich history, stunning landscapes, or futuristic developments, Qatar promises an unforgettable journey at the crossroads of tradition and progress.

With year round sunshine and world-renowned hospitality which has made it one of the safest destinations to travel to, Qatar is a melting pot of flavours and colours, offering a diverse culture and memorable experience.

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Qatar has a desert climate with year-round sunshine, extreme temperatures during summer and mild winters. Average monthly temperatures range from 17°C in January to 36°C in July, sometimes reaching highs of 40°C+ during the summer months so remember to pack the sun cream.
Islamic Holidays
Qatar is a Muslim country and Islam plays an integral role in daily life with prayers taking place five times per day. The call to prayer can be heard throughout the country and visitors are asked to be respectful.
During the Islamic month of Ramadan, visitors are expected to refrain from eating, drinking and smoking in public places during the daylight hours out of respect to those who are fasting.  Hotels continue to cater to guests by opening restaurants that are out of the public’s view.

Eid Ul Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and it is spent with family and friends, with much feasting and celebration which can last for three days. The Hajj pilgrimage ends with Eid Al Adha, also known as the “feast of sacrifice” and continues for four days. This is an amazing time to be in Qatar although visitors will need to appreciate that normal itineraries will be affected.

The Qatari riyal is the only currency used in the country and can be obtained through ATMs which are widely available in malls, hotels and around Doha. Debit and Credit Card facilities are also widely available but it is always a good idea to carry some cash for tips.
Home to around a hundred nationalities, Qatar is a melting pot of cultures with numerous languages being spoken. Being an Arab country, the official language is Arabic, but English is commonly spoken in all public places.
What to Pack
Since the climate is warm all year round be sure to pack light washable cotton clothing and casual wear. Attitudes towards dress in Qatar are relaxed, but visitors (men as well as women) are expected to show respect for local culture by avoiding excessively revealing clothing in public. Do not forget your sunglasses and comfortable walking shoes.

Sample Itineraries

One Day in Doha

1 day from £95 per person

A Taste of Qatar

5 days from £1248

Qatari Immersion

7 days from £1595 per person

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