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There are also sun-drenched beaches at Banana Island, alongside desert landscapes, rocky hills and lakes such as the Inland Sea...
What better way to explore the country than to hire a car straight from Doha International Airport (NDIA)? It’s an oil-rich country, so car hire in Qatar is a great way to see the surroundings because of the low petrol prices and a great road infrastructure. Finding cheap car hire in Qatar is easy when you use TravelSupermarket.
With the sun shining all year round in Qatar, this really is a great destination to visit at any time. Even in January, traditionally one of the coldest months in the UK, the average temperature is around 22C in Qatar. The warmest months in Qatar are from May through to September, during which temperatures can rise up to 41C.
Booking online, as far in advance of travel as possible, means that you are likely to find the cheapest deals on Qatar car rental. Arranging car rental in advance also allows drivers to select the most convenient pick-up and drop-off locations, whether at Doha airport or a location in a downtown area of one of Qatar’s towns and cities.
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With car rental, Qatar happily surrenders its highlights to tourists. Find out what to see and do when you arrive on these sunny shores...
There are some great places to visit by car, including the Corniche in Doha, to eat out amid spectacular views, and Al Wakra, a small fishing town just outside of the city.
Qatar car hire allows you to experience the many things to do and sights to see. In Doha, visitors can enjoy some of the finest shopping opportunities, including the huge, five-storey Gate Mall or the more traditional Camel and Falcon souks.
There are activities such as horse racing – a particular favourite here – and many outstanding golf courses. For history, head to one of the many museums and forts. Nature lovers can visit the Oryx Sanctuary, which is helping to conserve Qatar's national animal.
Put Doha in the rear-view mirror and journey further into Qatar. Some of the beaches here are first class: there are deep and sloping sandy banks that give way to sparkling turquoise waters. The nation has been improving access to its best beaches and having a car means that you can enjoy harder-to-reach sands. There are many activities on offer in and under the waves, including kite-surfing, scuba diving and jet-skiing.
The ancient fort town of Al Zubarah has been deemed important enough to be on Unesco’s World Heritage list. It offers a glimpse into the lives of the pearl divers and traders that once lived and worked here. You can reach Al Zubarah in less than two hours by road after departing from Doha.