If you are taking children on your trip to Bahrain, the Al-Areen Wildlife Park is an ideal venue. It gives families the chance to see some of Bahrain’s indigenous species in their natural habitat. Originally, it was created to house rare Arabian animals, such as the oryx, adax and reem gazelle, all of which still call Al-Areen home.
If culture is your preference, take a trip to the Bahrain National Museum, a waterfront building where waves leap up to caress the windows. Here, you can soak up the country’s history, and examine artefacts from the Dilmun people. After that, consider a visit to the A’Ali Burial Grounds. The National Museum will prepare you in appreciating their significance.
Be sure to make time for a visit to Al-Fateh Grand Mosque. Capable of holding over 7,000 worshippers, it is built on reclaimed land and serves as a perfect way to further your understanding of Islam.