Bahrain as a travel destination is walking the extra mile to make it one of the safest places for women travellers, whether it be a solo trip or girl-gang vacation. According to the Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), the nation is an extremely safe place for women travellers due to its incredibly low crime rate. With a unique blend of cultural experiences, modern amenities, breath-taking scenic views, festivals, and activities, Bahrain is the perfect vacation spot for women.
In a press statement, the BTEA says that female travellers will find Bahrain to be the perfect vacation because of its warm culture and hospitable population. Safety is one of the key considerations when picking a destination for a girls’ trip. The natives are friendly and helpful, and many of them speak English, which can make it simpler to communicate.
The statement goes on to say that the tranquil beaches and islands of Bahrain are just the perfect getaway to plan a girls’ day trip to unwind, experience water activities like jet-skiing, kayaking or simply lounge around the beach and soak up the beach sunshine.
The BTEA says that Bahrain’s sophisticated malls, classic souks, and variety of retailers provide tourists with the best shopping experience. With everything from high-end luxury labels to competitively priced items, Bahrain is home to some of the best modern malls in the region. World-renowned for its gold shopping experience, Gold City, located in Manama, is the ultimate destination for those looking for gold jewellery. Traditional souks in the island nation offer a variety of traditional and handmade goods, including ceramics, jewellery, spices, and textiles. One of the most well-known souks, Bab Al Bahrain Souk, is situated in the centre of Manama.
The BTEA adds that nightlife in Bahrain is vibrant, diversified, and offers a wide choice of events and attractions to suit all interests and inclinations. According to BTEA, the Adliya neighbourhood, which has a variety of clubs and plays a mix of foreign and local music, is the focus of the island’s nightlife. The nightlife at this location, which features a variety of cultural acts, including traditional Arabic music, dance, and theatre, reflects the destination’s rich cultural past.
Bahrain also hosts a number of cultural, religious, and sporting events that draw tourists from all over the world. The Bahrain International Music Festival, the Bahrain Grand Prix, the yearly cuisine festival, the Spring culture festival, etc. are a few of the most well-known festivals and events. The yearly National Day festivities are particularly exciting to take in, says BTEA.
In the statement, BTEA says that when visiting Bahrain, a traditional Balaleet breakfast is the ideal way to start the day. The most popular cuisine in Bahrain is machboos, which is rice with meat or fish. And people with a sweet-tooth definitely try some of Bahrain’s delicious desserts, like Khanfaroosh and Luqaimat.
Bahrain’s wellness retreats provide a variety of programmes, including yoga, meditation, spa services, and nutritious meals. Thalassotherapy, a treatment that combines seawater and seaweed to promote healing and relaxation, is a must-try while visiting Bahrain.
Three UNESCO world heritage sites, as well as magnificent forts including Riffa and Arad, are just a few of Bahrain’s many attractions. For anybody interested in the history and culture of Bahrain, the Bahrain National Museum is a must-see destination. One of the biggest mosques in the world and a stunning illustration of contemporary Islamic design is Al Fateh Grand Mosque. When it comes to unique wonders, Bahrain is home to the extremely uncommon, mystical, and magical “Tree Of Life,” a tree that has been growing in the Sakhir desert for more than 400 years, says BTEA.