• Al Areen Wildlife Park
  • Bahrain’s only wildlife park is home to over 45 different species of mammal and more than 82 varieties of bird. See the birds wandering freely around the park (don’t be surprised if you come face to face with an ostrich) and then take the bus through the reserve, stopping off to see the larger animals such as leopards, gazelles, wolves and hyenas.

  • 17 845 480
  • alareen.org
  • bncftpw@batelco.com.bh
  • Al Dar Islands
  • We love living on an island … but sometimes it is good to get off it! And a boat trip is a great family day out. Al Dar Islands can arrange a trip for you, as well as snorkelling, pearl diving, dolphin watching.  It’s also a great place for just hanging out at the beach, with chalets, and beach huts. (ID needed.)

    The guys here organise Pearl Diving Tours – after a short trip by boat to the oyster beds (where you are given a basket, gloves and snorkeling gear), you will learn how to collect the oysters, then to open the shells and look for pearls.

     

  • 17 704 600
  • www.aldarislands.com
  • Bahrain International Circuit
  • Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) is the home of the Motorsport in the Middle East.

    BIC is one of the Middle East’s leading entertainment, events and corporate destinations. Hosting regular race meetings, track days, drag racing and karting events – BIC is the ideal multi-purpose venue.  Includes 4×4 Xtreme, Quad Xtreme, Caterham Xtreme and the Land Rover Experience.

    Check our their Kart Zone too – a great party destination.

    Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the Formula One? Bahrain International Circuit provides a tour that is a must for every motorsport fanatic.

     

  • 17 450 000
  • www.bahraingp.com
  • info@bic.com.bh
  • Bahrain Science Centre
  • There’s nothing boring about the science at Bahrain Science Centre. Full of fascinating exhibits and experiences, you can test your skills in the interactive zone, discover all about the dynamic earth, learn about human health, see 36 animal skeletons, and much more.

    Bahrain Science Centre cater for prearranged groups and parties.

  • 17 686 466
  • bahrainsciencecentre.com
  • Birds Kingdom
  • Take a visit to Amwaj Islands for an attraction that is relatively new to Bahrain. Aziza Birds Kingdom. Aziza Bird Kingdom is home to many beautiful and rare birds. See 70 different species and over 500 birds in a massive, carefully controlled ecosystem, including several critically endangered species.

  • 16 030 597
  • Camel Farm
  • Head over to Janabiya and you’ll find the Camel Farm just off the highway. Visitors are welcome to wander around free of charge and see the hundreds of camels that live there. You might be lucky enough to see some baby camels too. The workers here are friendly and will often offer to take you for a camel ride in return for a small tip.

  • Coral Bay
  • Coral Bay has a marina, a beach, a fully equipped health club, and offers all types of water sports.  Best suited for families with older children as well as couples and adults, Coral Bay is the ultimate destination for relaxation, adventure, entertainment and enjoyment.

    Good access to watersports facilities make this popular with younger expats.  Check out their boat tours too.

     

  • 17 312 700
  • coral-bay.net
  • info@coral-bay.net
  • Hawar Islands from Ad Dur Jetty
  • If you are prepared to take an hour-long boat trip, you can visit the beaches of Hawar Islands. Great for bird watching, you can stay at the Hawar Resort Hotel and make a weekend of it.

  • 17 294 439