As Qatar gears up for the Eid al-Fitr holidays, residents and visitors are offered with an array of opportunities to explore beyond the traditional destinations.

From heart-pounding outdoor adventures to soulful musical performances, this Eid promises an array of experiences for everyone. With a blend of thrilling outdoor escapades and musical performances, it is learnt that this Eid guarantees a diverse range of experiences for different age groups.

The ‘Eid-venture’ desert safari at Khor Al Adaid, nestled within the Inland Sea, scheduled for April 11, by 365 Adventures Qatar offers an expedition through the singing dunes of Mesaieed, followed by opportunities for relaxation and swimming in the sea.

Filipino expatriates in Doha are in for a musical treat with Sarah Geronimo and Bamboo Manalac set to perform at the Qatar National Convention Centre, also on April 11, organised by Qabayan Radio, in collaboration with Visit Qatar.

At the 'Eid-venture Paddling' event at the Museum of Islamic Art on April 13, participants can choose from kayaking, stand-up paddling, or pedal-powered paddling.

National Cruise Qatar also offers special Eid trips from April 9 to 13, featuring a range of activities such as swimming, island hopping, and sightseeing cruises. The five-hour package includes amenities like boat setup, dining on board, and optional water activities.

Qatar’s extensive public transportation system, including the Doha Metro and Lusail Tram, facilitates easy access to renowned indoor and outdoor attractions in Doha this Eid break.

Commuters can explore major malls, cultural centres, public parks, museums, and art galleries, as well as discover new places and attractions in Lusail with the launch of the full Orange Line and Pink Line of the Lusail Tram by Qatar Rail.

While it is common for people to travel abroad during Eid, it is learnt that many residents are choosing to camp at Qatar’s public beaches this year. They find it a perfect retreat, particularly with the pleasant weather during this period.
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