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Holidays to Qatar

Holidays to Qatar

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Why Qatar?

Top Destinations in Qatar

Your go-to guide of the best locations to spend your next well-deserved holiday

Hotels in Qatar

Browse a cracking selection of the most popular hotels in Qatar

Things to Do

Whether you're looking for a beach getaway or city break, Qatar has something to offer every discerning traveller

Holiday Types in Qatar

Qatar has something to offer everyone from last minute breaks to family friendly holidays

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to visit this peninsular country with no shortage of sandy stretches (and if you’re into happy mediums) is between December and February. Temps at this time of year might be chilly back home, but over in the Middle East, you’ll find yourself vibing and thriving in 25-degree heat. If you’re really committed to BAKING under the Qatar sun, you can have your fun in the summer months, when average temps soar to between 35 and 45 degrees. Phwoar!
The sea in Qatar is never too cold for a pleasant dip. In the colder months, you can expect that beautiful emerald ocean to be around 20 degrees, reaching 30 degrees in the warmer months. Yes, that’s right: 30 degrees IN THE WATER. Don’t be surprised if it feels more like a lovely hot bath than any natural swimming experience you’re used to. We’re relaxing just thinking about wading into those stunningly calm turquoise waves.
Qatar is an Arab country, and like all countries with a distinct culture, it’s worth doing some research before you head over to discover some dos and don’ts. After all, the last thing you want to do when you’re supposed to be adventurin’ with the fam or chillin’ with your boo is offend some lovely locals! Public drunkenness, for example, is a big no-no that visitors to the country should be aware of. As are public displays of affection.

The Important Stuff

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The most commonly spoken language is Arabic.


Qatari Riyal

Fun Facts

Qatar will be the first Arabic country to host the World Cup in 2022.

Local Time

3 hours ahead of UK Time

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