Qatar is situated in the western parts of western Asia. It is officially called the State of Qatar and is situated in the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Qatar is known for its places of historical interest and islands surrounding it. The Marroub Fort, Al-Ghuwair Castle, Al-Thughb Fort, Al-Zubarah, Barzan Tower, etc. are some of the tourist attractions of Qatar.
11,571 square km (4,467.6 square miles)
Climate & Geography
The Qatari summer is long and lasts from May to September. The temperatures during this time can reach 50 degrees C. On the other hand, during the period of November to May, temperatures often fall down to 5 degrees C. The rainfall is negligible in quantity and averages only 100 mm (3.9 in).
The Persian Gulf surrounds most of Qatar, with Saudi Arabia being the only land border to its south. The geographic coordinates of Qatar are 25 degrees 30’ N 51 degrees 15’ E.
Highways, airways and waterways are the modes of travelling in Qatar. Qatar has a high standard network of highways which makes it very easy to commute from one place to another in Qatar.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Qatar for detailed and updated information on the requirements of visa.