Qatar has done everything to get out of the stereotypes and be considered equal to the best in the world, and the results are pretty evident. Mind you, the culture, the traditions, and peoples respect towards faiths and beliefs of the past, something that makes all the Arab countries standout gloriously, are still very much intact. It is just that Qatar has successfully amalgamated modernity into its way of life.
Qatar is situated on the northeastern coast of the bigger Arabian Peninsula and covers a total area of 11,437 km2. Though the area might be small, but in it is one of the most necessary treasures to the humans today, crude oil, also called as the Black Gold. This has brought Qatar among the countries with the highest per capita income.
This Arab country is bordered by Saudi Arabia in south and the rest by Persian Gulf. Interior of Qatar is mainly plain land covered with sand. This gives the tourists chance to indulge in the famous desert safari and camping. Hire a 4 wheel drive and take it for a spin in the deserts. Thanks to shifting sands of Qatar deserts, you will not drive on the same path twice. There is a lot to see as well in the many heritage cities of Qatar. The huge mosques, the impressive skylines, stunning beaches and never seen before architecture in the buildings will make your visit to Qatar worth every moment you spend here.
Doha is the capital and the largest city of Qatar. It is situated on the eastern coast of the country and boasts of one of the best infrastructures in the world. The main attractions of the city are Al koot Fort, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha Heritage Village and Doha Zoo. Other major cities of Qatar are Al-Khor, Rayyan and Wakra.