Doha 2021 Banana Island by Anantara

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Per person sharing

Doha 2021. Banana Island is a small crescent-shaped island and located off the coast of the capital city of Doha.
Travel to the island by private catamaran and escape for family adventures, ocean thrills or serene spa bliss. In short, enter a world that feels surreal.
Enjoy the alcohol-free atmosphere with the little ones as you surf, dive, golf, or relaxing by the pool.
Explore the lagoon waters with a host of motorized water sports. Unwind in the wellness center in an island resort setting, spread across lush botanical gardens. The Resort has 8 restaurants and bar/lounge, enough to cater for any culinary need.
Bask on the 800-meter private beach and refresh yourself at the 100-meter-long lagoon pool, or master the waves in our surf pool and enjoy a wide range of water sports.
Experience a sensual journey in overwater spa suites at the dedicated wellness center.
Learn about precious marine life, before signing up for snorkeling and scuba diving adventures at our retreat which features prominently amongst luxury hotels in Doha

At a glance

DOHA 5 Nights at the Banana Island by Anantara
Accommodation Premier double room
Meals Breakfast daily
Transfers Return Airport transfers

Highlights

Premier room
The air-conditioned room offers a balcony with a table, chairs and sunbeds, flat-screen LED TV and tea/coffee making facilities as well as a minibar. The bathroom comes with a bathtub, a shower and Anantara signature amenities. A bathrobe and a hair dryer are also available.

Hotel activities
Aqua fit
Banana boating
Beach volleyball
Billiards
Bowling alley
Canoeing
Catamaran sailing
Diving
Fitness
Golf
Handball
Jet ski
Motor board ride
Pedal boating
Sailing
Surfing
Tennis
Waterskiing
Windsurfing

Quick Contact

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive Doha

  • Welcome to Doha. Clear customs and meet with our representative in the arrival hall for transfer and ferry crossing to your hotel 
  • The remainder of the day is free
Day 2

Banana Island by Anantara (B)

  • The Banana Island private island is a playground for all ages with adventures on land and at sea.
  • The Resort boasts many first and only experiences, from an F1 simulator to floating HamacLands
Day 3

Banana Island by Anantara (B)

  • After breakfast, you may want to explore the Island
  • Arrange for a bicycle or master the art of two-wheel segway

Inclusions

  • Return flights from Johannesburg on Qatar Airways (Specific and Limited Seats)
  • 5 Nights Accommodation at the Banana Island by Anantara
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Return Airport and Ferry transfers

Exclusions

  • Increases in airfares and departure/fuel taxes
  • Optional tours/activities
  • Tips
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance

Validity

  • Valid for travel during 01 to 31 May 2021
  • Seasonal, Weekend, Events and School holiday Supplements may be applicable 

    Contact us for any other travel date required

Country information

QATAR AT A GLANCE

Currency: the national currency is the Qatari Riyal (QR). Currency exchange can be done at the airport, currency exchange dealers and banks. Competitive exchange rates are usually found at city center financial establishments. Try to avoid exchanging money at your hotel

Best time to travel: Qatar has a hot and arid climate, with maximum heat experienced in summers. To avoid climatic extremities, the best time to visit Qatar is between November and early April. These months are winter and early spring season. Such climatic conditions permit outdoor activities and sight-seeing across the country

Local customs: Qatar is an Islamic country and laws are always to be respected.
Make sure that your actions do not offend other cultures or religious beliefs, particularly, during the holy month of Ramadan, when visiting religious areas. Importing alcohol, pornography, pork products, narcotics and religious books into Qatar is illegal

Food: Qatar serves a variety of international cuisine, including Pakistani, Western and Indian. Curries are common, as is rice, biryani, chicken, potato plate, fruit juices and soft drinks readily available as well as gahwa, a strong and spicy Turkish coffee. Middle Eastern cuisine is found everywhere and can be purchased cheaply from take-outs. Sometimes, a meal at the Souks would be a unique experience in an authentic setting

Tipping: At restaurants, usually a service charge is added to the bill. If your bill does not include 10% service charges, then you could follow the standard tipping rules, and add it for good service.Usually, simple taxi fares do not need a tip. However, drivers sometimes trek into the backyards of the country, and such drivers should be given the same 10%.