Qatar Tourism, 2022 days before the 100 FIFA World Cup, presented a series of suggestions for the fans, consisting of 100-hour activity alternatives that can be evaluated outside the stadium in Qatar.
More than one million visitors are expected to visit Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will take place in Doha, the capital of Qatar. With the 'Hayya Card' required to enter Qatar, fans can access free public transport, including the new air-conditioned metro on match days, to quickly and easily explore the peninsula's best places and things to do on a budget.
action and adventure
With more than 560 kilometers of coastline, the calm and clear waters of the Arabian Gulf make Qatar an ideal destination for water sports.
In Qatar, try paddle boarding around Pearl-Qatar, go sunset skiing in lush mangroves or explore the stunning skyline on an exhilarating jet ski ride. Then, visiting the undulating sand dunes of the Qatar desert is a must. You should definitely see the scenic Khor Al-Adaid, or 'Inner Sea', which is recognized by UNESCO as a natural reserve, just an hour's drive from Doha. This trip usually includes a 4×4 ride on the dunes, swimming in beautiful waters and of course a camel ride.
Families looking to spend time in the city can visit Doha Quest, the latest of Qatar's theme parks, which opened last summer and offers a range of attractions for all ages. These include Guinness World Record-holding towers in the titles of 'Tallest Indoor Rollercoaster' and 'Tallest Indoor Drop Tower'.