Departure from Al-Dur Jetty, Off Al-Fateh Highway
Located 20kms south of Bahrain, the Hawar islands are a renowned wildlife reserve of international significance. The islands are home to pristine beaches, indigenous fauna and flora and migratory birds.
Al Dar Island
Departures from Sitra Fishing Port
17 704 600
Al Dar Island is the nearest island gateway in Bahrain. The island offers regular pearl dives and cruises to the stunning Jarada Island. Visitors also get the chance to see up to 30 types of coral and more than 200 species of fish in addition to watching dolphins.
Al Areen Wildlife Reserve
Zallaq Highway, Al Areen
17 845 444
Al Areen wildlife reserve houses rare and endangered species in a 16 sq Kilometers area. Persian gazelle, Impala and Arabian Oryx are among the most graceful animals to be approached in this small wildlife reserve.
Camping in the desert around Sakhir during the months of January and February is a well established tradition in Bahrain. Tents range from very basic to elaborate construction.
Tree of life
South of the Jebel Al Dukhan
Bahrain’s Tree of Life grows in the middle of the desert with no apparent source of water. It is believed to be 400 years old (or 4000 years according to local lore) although the lifespan for this species is 150 years.
Daily, sunrise – sunset
A farm established by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Salman Al Khalifa to preserve camels. The farm is open to the public and houses 400 camels in a delightfully ambience.
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