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Beaches

On your trip to Doha, there are many beautiful beaches to enjoy, including Doha Sands’ vibrant atmosphere and live entertainment, Sealine Beach’s adventure activities, and Khor Al-Adaid’s stunning scenery.

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Waves break over a sandy beach in a small bay. At the far end of the beach are several beach huts with thatched roofs and open sides. Across the expanse of water, a dense cluster of skyscrapers is visible. It's day time.

Doha Sands

On a sandy beach next to the sea, sun loungers are placed under thatched beach umbrellas. It's day time and the sky is clear except for one thin cloud.

Located in Doha’s West Bay, Doha Sands offers a vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere, with live entertainment including musicians and DJs. The beach is open from 10am to 5pm, with ticket prices varying depending on whether you’re visiting on a week day or at the weekend. Children under the age of 18 enter for free. The beach can be quite crowded, especially during the weekends.

 

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Sealine Beach

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A little more than 50 kilometres from Doha International Airport, Sealine Beach in Mesaieed is a popular spot that offers a refreshing dip in the ocean and numerous activities. You can take part in watersports, rent dune buggies or quad bikes for an exhilarating ride in the sand, and even embark on safari tours and camel rides. The beach is also a spectacular vantage point for the sunset.

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Al Safliya Island

Waves break over a sandy beach in a small bay. At the far end of the beach are several beach huts with thatched roofs and open sides. Across the expanse of water, a dense cluster of skyscrapers is visible. It's day time.

Situated off the coast of Doha, Al Safliya Island is an uninhabited paradise for nature lovers. The barren island is best suited to those who enjoy an off-the-beaten-path experience, with its clear waters and wooden umbrellas. You can reach the island by taking a dhow boat. Some local tour companies offer full-day packages to the island, including meals, watersports and beach games.

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Khor Al-Adaid

Sand dunes ripple down towards a calm body of water. The dunes curve around a natural bay. It's sunset. This is Khor Al-Adaid, or the Inland Sea.

Khor Al-Adaid – also known as the Inland Sea – is a Qatari landscape jewel. The UNESCO-recognised natural reserve is a unique ecosystem, merging the characteristics of desert dunes and oceanfront landscapes. The seawater is pristine and clear. It’s more than just a stunning beach, too. Here, you can take a camel ride over rolling sand dunes or embark on a desert journey in off-road vehicles.

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Umm Bab beach

A sandy stretch of ground. In the centre of the frame, a cluster of palm trees. More palm tree clusters are visible in the background. To the left, a small sliver of sea is visible. It's day time and the sky is clear.

The beach at Umm Bab – Al Khraij beach, or Palm Tree Beach – is a tranquil location on Qatar’s western coast. This beach is famous for its clusters of palm trees, which add to the overall beauty while providing shade and shelter for visitors. The beach has a number of facilities (including toilets, and a play area for children) that make it an ideal camping destination. The beach is also close to the Al-Reem Biosphere Reserve.

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