Inland Sea Qatar is a settlement and inlet of the Persian Gulf located in Al Wakrah Municipality in southeast Qatar, on the border with Saudi Arabia. It is one surreal place in the country where you will definitely be lost in the sophisticated beauty of the spot. The turquoise blue water and the fascinating golden hue of sand together make a scenery so pretty that at times you might find it hard to believe that all of it is real. So, plan a trip to this charismatic sea and witness the spectacular views and indulge yourself in various activities.
The Inland Sea, also known as the Khor Al Adaid is the entrance to the Persian Gulf Sea, located on the border between Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Due to low precipitation and high temperature, the seawater is saltier than the water in the adjacent bay. The pirates of Abu Dhabi took advantage of the 19th century. Even untrained eyes can easily understand. Anyone trying to navigate in shallow water must be familiar with unfamiliar environments and have excellent sailing skills. The pirates know the area and can swim, which guarantees their high safety in the bay. Over time, a unique ecosystem has formed in Khor al-Adaid Qatar, with turtles, ospreys, cormorants, flamingos, desert foxes, and antelopes passing by. At low tide, fossils of ancient marine life can be found. Historically shallow water was widely used by pirates in the 19th century. Anyone who has been to it will come back to the Inland Sea Doha again and again, fascinated by the pristine and clear water that invites you to swim and play, and the soft and ever-changing beauty of the golden sand dunes on which you can sand skate or run up and down. Bringing brilliance and glory to the beach, Inland Sea is a great place to spend a day with friends and family. It is also a great camping site for those who like adventure and want to experience desert camping in the best and most natural way. The best time to visit the Inland Sea is when the weather gets cold and winter starts. November to April is the best month to visit this scenic Qatar attraction. The inland sea is not only a popular destination for entertainment and adventure but also a natural resource that adds beauty to it. The Inland water is home to the rare flora and fauna that Qatar houses and which survive in the dry and hot climate
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