Most Visited Honeymoon Places in Bahrain

Bahrain city silhouette and fishing dhow in sunset

The small island nation of Bahrain is known for its modernism, Western attitude and long history, and is becoming an extremely popular holiday spot. It receives over two million visitors a year, many of whom are honeymooners looking to do something different. There is much to see and do here, keeping any newlyweds busy for days.

Muharraq is the entry point of Bahrain, although the Hawar Islands are best for nature lovers and divers, with packages often available. The capital city of Manama is the most popular place for a luxury honeymoon, while Amwaj is ideal for those looking for Western amenities.

Activities In Bahrain For Romantic Honeymooners

Take a romantic boat trip out into the Gulf and watch the dolphins or go pearl diving or scuba diving. Bird watching is best on the Hawar Islands, while those staying on the mainland should visit the ‘Tree of Life’. History buffs should explore the country’s forts and museums, and shoppers will not able to stay away from the many souqs.

Hospitality – accommodation, food, entertainment

Anything from cheap shawarma to high-end restaurants is available, and Bahrain is the only Arab nation that tolerates drinking. It has a thriving nightlife scene with bars playing a mixture of Western and Khaliji music. Service here is very good; the best is found in the luxury hotels. High-end accommodation is the norm, although mid-range hotels that offer packages exist in Manama.

Best time(s) to visit Bahrain

Bahrain is always hot and sees very little rainfall, with temperatures averaging 28°C throughout the year. July and August are the hottest months and can get extremely humid, and dust storms are common in June and July. For this reason it is recommended to holiday here in March, April and October.

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