Doha is the capital of Qatar and one of the region’s most ambitious cities. Distinguished by its impressive landmarks, modern transport system, and propensity for the arts, Doha is much more than its wealthy reputation supposes. Tourists can explore the natural environment of Qatar by taking an exciting desert safari, relaxing at the many beaches and pools or just enjoying their favourite sport, be it bowling alleys, tennis, snookers, billiards, golf courses, or ice skating rinks. There is something for everyone in this dynamic and remarkable city.
Doha is located on the central-east portion of Qatar, on the coast of the Arabian Gulf. It is bordered by Al Wakrah municipality to the south and Al Rayyan municipality to the west, Al Daayen municipality to the north and Umm Salal municipality to the northwest.
Doha experiences a hot desert climate. The warm season lasts between May and September, experiencing average high temperatures of 37°C, though sometimes reaching much higher. The cold season lasts from December to March with an average temperatures usually 25°C and below. February is the ideal time to visit Doha, when the average temperature is a balmy 20°C.