Bahrain, which means “Two Seas” in Arabic, is an archipelago of 33 islands in the Gulf. Its shallow waters were once home to a precious trade in pearls, but more recent history has seen the same shallows be reclaimed for high profile developments such as Bahrain’s World Trade Centre and the horseshoe of man-made islands at its southern tip.
A cruise to Bahrain opens up an ancient country with a vibrant modern edge. Its capital, Manama buzzes with late-night shopping, lively bars and nightclubs where night owls can party until dawn. Plus, the close proximity of the Formula One Racetrack offers petrol heads the chance to visit the place where their heroes drive at break-neck speeds.
Away from the modernity, the country offers plenty of mosques, museums and burial sites to explore. The Royal Tombs are the most impressive of Bahrain’s 85,000 burial mounds, located in the village of A’ali.
For unsurpassed views of the sea, the Qal’at al-Bahrain (Portuguese Fort) is the countries main archaeological site and well worth a visit.
A Bahrain cruise offers a glimpse of Arabic life and all the colour and diversity of a modern nation.
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