Archaeological Tour Bahrain

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  • Entrance fees to all sites included in tour price
  • Bottled water provided to keep passengers hydrated
  • Convenient hotel pickup and drop-off in Manama

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Get a comprehensive tour of Bahrain’s major archaeological sites, learning about the ancient Dilmun civilization through guided commentary. With round-trip transportation from Manama, this tour makes it easy to cover a lot of ground in a single day. Highlights include the Saar Burial Complex and Burial Mounds, the Saar Ancient Settlement, the Barbar Temple, and the Bahrain Fort.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

What to Expect

You will be met by your English speaking guide at your hotel lobby in Manama and proceed for your sightseeing tour. The first stop will be to Bahrain Fort. Thought to be once the centre of power for the ancient Dilmun civilization, Qal’at Al Bahrain (Bahrain Fort) has UNESCO World Heritage status. Next up visit Barbar Temple. These temples are among the most remarkable architectural survivals of the ancient world. It is an archaeological site located in the North-western village of Barbar in Bahrain. Archaeologists found three temples built on top of each other belonging to different eras.

You will then move onto Saar Ancient Settlement. Saar is a well laid out settlement with a main street running up from the southeastern outskirts. It has a temple in the centre at the crossroads of the settlement and two and three roomed buildings constructed in rows with standard room plans and suites of domestic installations. Over 80 buildings, mainly buildings have been discoeverd here. Saar Burial Complex is next up. There are large number of interconnecting graves in this ancient site. It is a type of burial unique to Bahrain.

Finally you will see the Burial Mounds.: These archaeological mounds are of great historical importance going back to the Dilmun civilization in the third millennium BC. Other archaeological mounds, which go back to the Hellenistic period of Alexander the Great (2500 BC) are also found in various areas in Bahrain. The most imposing mounds are those believed to be the Dilmunite Royal Tombs. These tombs are seen in A’ali close to modern dwellings. You will then be returned to your hotel in Manama.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_toggle title=”Additional Info” open=”true”]

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved

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