DOHA, Qatar – May 23, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Qatar Tourism has released stunning images of Qatar’s waterfront to encourage visitors to take a jet ski tour around Doha and soak up the sights from a unique perspective.
In partnership with local water sports operator ‘Qatar Water Sport’, Qatar Tourism has launched a personal watercraft tour offer where travelers will be guided along the capital’s coastline to visit an iconic selfie spot after the other.
Qatar Tourism’s Chief Operating Officer, Berthold Trenkel, said: “Perched on the calm waters of the Arabian Gulf, Doha is the perfect location for an adrenaline-filled sightseeing tour like no other. The most breathtaking buildings in the country are all exposed from the sea and sparkle in the sun all year round. For travelers looking to fill their Instagram feed with only the most spectacular photos, you can’t beat a jet ski tour in Doha.
Starting from the south of the city, here is an overview of the best spots to see during a jet ski tour in Doha:
One of the most impressive new venues for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, Stadium 974 will become the first fully dismantled stadium in FIFA World Cup™ history. From the water, you’ll get an unobstructed view of the stadium’s unique design featuring 974 shipping containers and demountable construction units. 974 is also the telephone code for Qatar.
National Museum of Qatar
The creation of renowned French architect Jean Nouvel, the National Museum of Qatar is designed using interlocking cantilevered discs to recreate the natural crystalline formations known as the desert rose. Drawing inspiration from the country’s history and geography, the museum covers 40,000 square meters.
The Doha Corniche is a seven kilometer promenade filled with parks, restaurants and cultural attractions. One of its most eye-catching new additions is the Official FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Countdown Clock, powered by Hublot. The striking large red timepiece is inspired by the emblem and hourglass of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.
Islamic Art Museum
The Museum of Islamic Art, designed by architect IM Pei – famous for the glass pyramid of the Louvre in Paris – features curious geometric patterns designed to create a sense of eternal repetition. Passing by on a jet ski, riders won’t be able to miss the ‘Eyes of Doha’, the building’s colloquial nickname as the top of the museum appears to recreate a woman’s face covered in a burqa.
the west bay
The skyscraper-laden heart of Doha, West Bay is a dazzling mix of towers of all shapes and sizes. Among the structures is the Doha Tower, designed by the same architect as the National Museum; Tornado Tower, which stands out for its simple design; Palm Towers, two hexagonal skyscrapers that recreate palm trees in glass; and the Sheraton Grand Doha Resort and Convention Hotel, an iconic triangular landmark that was West Bay’s first major structure when it opened in the 1980s.
Al Safliya Island
This small uninhabited island is a natural paradise left as nature made it, with few facilities. Al Safliya is ideal for sunbathing, with wooden parasols on the beach to allow visitors to enjoy the good weather. In the distance, the views of the Doha skyline make for a wonderful sight – the most scenic spot for taking pictures.
Katara Cultural Village
Katara is Doha’s go-to destination for art, culture and cuisine. From the coast you can see the wide beach on one side and the twin hills of Katara on the other. In the middle is the great amphitheater of Katara, an impressive open-air venue that combines classic Greek design with Islamic features.
A huge man-made island near the prestigious West Bay area of Doha, The Pearl-Qatar features marinas lined with Mediterranean-style yachts, residential towers, villas and hotels. Often referred to as the “Arabian Riviera,” a jet ski tour of the island gives a taste of the modern lifestyle enjoyed by its residents.
City of Lusail
Lusail City is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the region and will be the heart of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, hosting the Lusail Stadium which will host the tournament final. Overlooking the city’s marina district from a jet ski, there’s no sight more sensational than that of the soon-to-be-completed Katara Towers, an architectural translation of Qatar’s national seal – representing traditional scimitar swords. Time it right and you can watch the sun go down between each “sword”, which will launch later this year as the Fairmont Hotel and Raffles Hotel & Residences.
Book a jet ski tour in Qatar today using the following link: https://www.qatarwatersports.com
Jet skis in Qatar can also be rented individually from the following companies:
Abe’s Gulf Marine Services: https://abesmarine.com
Aldar Marine jet ski rental: https://www.instagram.com/aldarmarineje/?hl=en
Qatar Water Sports: https://www.qatarwatersports.com
Prime Marine: https://www.instagram.com/primemarineofficial.qa
For media inquiries, please contact the Qatar Tourism press office at:
+974 7774 7863 | [email protected]
Qatar is a peninsula surrounded by the Persian Gulf in the heart of the Middle East, with 80% of the world’s population within a six-hour flight. Rated the safest country in the world in 2022 by Numbeo, Qatar welcomes all travelers and guests from over 95 countries can enter visa-free. Qatar has an incredible variety of easily accessible tourist attractions, a plethora of flora and fauna, including whale sharks and the majestic national animal the Arabian oryx, and most experiences are a unique combination of cultural authenticity and of modernity. From iconic museums to high-rise restaurants, thrilling desert adventures to world-class events, including none other than the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, there’s something for every type of traveler and budget. . Travelers who need to transit through Qatar should turn their vacation into two with the world’s best layover packages, launched by Qatar Airways and Discover Qatar and supported by Qatar Tourism.
About Qatar Tourism:
Qatar Tourism is the official government body responsible for the development and promotion of tourism in Qatar, facilitating the exponential growth of the sector. Qatar is a destination where people from all over the world come together to experience unique offerings in arts, culture, sports and adventure, catering to families and business travelers, rooted in service excellence. Qatar Tourism seeks to stimulate the entire tourism value chain, increase demand for local and international visitors, attract foreign investment and generate a multiplier effect in the national economy. The Qatar Tourism Strategy 2030 sets an ambitious target to attract over six million international visitors per year by 2030, making Qatar the fastest growing destination in the Middle East.
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The Adrenaline-Packed Sightseeing Tour: Explore Qatar’s Capital from a Jet Ski