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Qatar International Adventures (QIA) is offering everyone a chance to enjoy Qatar this season with great offers on local adventures! Whether you want an exciting desert adventure or a peaceful cruise overlooking Doha’s beautiful skyline, QIA’s newest offers got you covered. 

FULL DAY DESERT SAFARI TOUR WITH BBQ
Qatar White Friday Offer

Experience the Desert Safari tour on your own! The adventurous journey will bring you into the heart of the Qatari Desert. Enjoy  dune bashing, visit the Inland Sea and enjoy a wonderful afternoon in a stylish Bedouin camp. Sand boarding, swimming and an all-different Arabian adventure awaits you.

Package includes: 4×4 Jeep with Driver – Water, Soft Drinks and BBQ Meal – Insurance – Bathrooms with Showers – Sand Boarding – Bonfire – Music – Volleyball – Swimming at the beach (bring your own swim suits)

Only QAR199 per adult / QAR129 per child for a FULL-DAY DESERT SAFARI tour 

Book a tour through this link

Speed Boat Fishing Trip

Feeling adventurous? Give yourself a chance to discover why fishing is so popular across the globe!  Enjoy fishing in the waters of the Gulf with a fully-equipped boat and an experienced captain. QAR 1,249.00 per boat, maximum of six people. Children below five years old are not allowed.

More details here

Doha Dinner Dhow Cruise Thursday Offer

Dinner Dhow Cruise around the Corniche and West Bay in a traditional Qatari wooden dhow. A chance to enjoy a view of Doha’s beautiful skyline while enjoying a delicious BBQ dinner.

Package includes: Water and softdrinks – Insurance – Toilet facility – BBQ Dinner – Life Jackets

Only QAR125 per adult / QAR63 for children between 3-12 years old

More details here

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