Author: Elirose Tabuen Lizades

The Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park

Set As Bahrain’s Biggest Waterpark, The Lost Paradise Of Dilmun Currently Covers An Overall Area Of Approximately 77,000 Square Metres,Each Aspect Of The Park Is Based On The History Of The Dilmun Period, Reflected By Unique Stone Sculptures And Architecture That Encompasses The Theme. Over 18 Slides And Attractions Are Blended Seamlessly To Create A Desert Oasis And Garden Of Paradise For Guests To Enjoy

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Royal Camel Farm

The Royal Camel Farm on the outskirts of Manama was founded by the late Sheikh Mohammed Bin Salman Al Khalifa. It’s a hobby farm, meaning the animals aren’t raised for racing or for their meat, and there are hundreds of camels living here, all owned by the royal family. The Royal Camel Farm is not widely advertised as a tourist attraction. However, it’s open for free to the public every day until sunset.

 

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Al Areen Wildlife Park & Reserve

Al Areen Wildlife Park is a nature reserve and zoo, located in Sakhir, Bahrain. It is one of five other protected areas in the country and it is the only designated protected area on land, in the country. The park features 100,000 planted flora and trees, as well as more than 45 species of animals, 82 species of birds and 25 species of flora.

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Tasneem Zoo

Tasneem zoo is a small zoo with some domestic animals and around 1 BHD entry fee for any age. There is a paid play area for kids and a garden where you can buy plants. It is a beautiful small farm with various collections of animal species.

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