Bahrain History (3 hrs) Morning                                         

The tour begins with a visit to the 14th century Bahrain Fort also known as the Portuguese Fort – the oldest in Bahrain . Stop at the Camel Farm enroute to King Fahad Causeway where you can enjoy your spectacular view from the tower restaurant. Continue to Al Jasra Craft Center, a fine example of traditional Bahrain architecture. A short stop will be at the Burial Mounds, the largest pre-historic cemetery in the world, ending the tour with a Pottery Making at A’ali village. (Causeway Toll Tax not included)

Bahrain Heritage (2 1/2 hrs) Morning                                 

We start with the visit to Muharraq Island - the old capital of Bahrain , stopping at the Sweets Market where you can taste the traditional Bahraini sweets. The journey takes you to the 18th century Shaikh Isa ’s House, and ends with a trip to the 15th century Arad Fort. Stop by the traditional Dhow building yards.
Desert Experience (3 hrs) Morning & Afternoon              

The tour takes you to Saar settlement, an ancient site that provides a fascinating insight into the 3000 B.C. Dilmun civilisation. From there, we head to the Camel farm before proceeding deeper into the heart of the desert to see the Tree of Life. Finally we visit the Gulf’s First Oil Well. (The Oil Well is open on Thursdays and Fridays only)
Islamic Bahrain ( 2 1/2 hrs) Morning & Afternoon               

The journey takes you to Al Fateh Islamic Centre (Grand Mosque), which is the largest mosque capable of accommodating 7,000 worshippers. Bahrain National Museum , a complex that includes two halls depicting the culture and life style of Bahrain (pre-Islamic and present). In Bait al –Quran, you will discover a rare collection of Islamic manuscripts, prints and books.
Notes:
1) All tours are operated on a seat in a coach basis and subject to changes with / without notice.
2) Rates not include entrance fees and causeway toll tax.
3) Tour operates from October to May
4) Based on minimum 2 adults