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Bahrain

Bahrain Fort: Thought to be once the centre of power for the ancient Dilmun civilisation, Qal'at al Bahrain (Bahrain Fort) has UNESCO World Heritage status. The Bahrain Fort occupies a strategic military position where the navigation movement could be watched. Excavations have revealed ancient soldier's barracks, horse stables, an ammunition depot, a secret passageway, ceramic utensils and Islamic and Chinese currency coins.

Bahrain Fort Museum: Open to the public since 2008, the site museum display area consists of five exhibition halls organised around a massive Tell Wall. With 500 artefacts showcased, the long settlement history of the site is evoked to the unique backdrop of the wall, which recreates the different archaeological layers uncovered at the site.

Royal Camel Farm: The Camel Farm owned by His Highness the late Shaikh Mohammed Bin Salman Al Khalifa, uncle of the current ruler. There are more than 500 camels at this farm and you can see the baby here, if they are not taken out for feeding.

King Fahad Causeway: opened in 1986, this remarkable 25km feat of engineering links Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. It is one of the most expensive bridges in the world. The causeway traverses Umm Nasan Island, which is a sanctuary for wildlife, and at halfway point there is a facility area, including one tower restaurant, which you can visit even if you don't travel the whole distance to Saudi Arabia. Bahrain Fort: Thought to be once the centre of power for the ancient Dilmun civilisation, Qal'at al Bahrain (Bahrain Fort) has UNESCO World Heritage status. The Bahrain Fort occupies a strategic military position where the navigation movement could be watched. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotel.

Duration: Four hours.

Start/opening time: At 9am or 2pm.

End/closing time: At 1pm or 6pm.

Languages: English.

Others: German / Spanish / French / Arabic available on request.