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Explore the Western Coast of Doha with a museum tour. This recreational safari to the dramatic heritage of Qatar will take you back in time while you explore the natural beauty as well as the contemporary art of the country. We have put together the perfect 6-hour itinerary for all you heritage enthusiasts. Join us now for a day exploring the various natural gifts of Qatar including the Ras Abrouq Rock Formations & the Zekreet Beach as well as man-made wonders like the Richard Serra art piece and the Sheikh Faisal Museum. Pick Up and drop to your location of convenience within Doha city in 4×4 Land Cruiser’s. One hour drive to Zekreet while passing the camel racing track for 10 mins only. Ras Abrouq Rock Formations of Zekreet – A lunar-like landscape of limestone rock formations sculpted by the wind. Visitors often climb the rock formations for a better view of the Qatari peninsula. Pass by a local village. Stroll through the Zekreet beach, untouched by the clamour of the city. Discover the Al Maha Sanctuary which is home to the elegant Arabian Oryx, unique to this part of the world. (We might spot Oryx). Capture the timeless, Richard Serra sculpture aptly named “East-West / West-East” as it stands tall, perfectly aligned in the vast, desolate space in the heart of the desert. Traverse through the 530,000 square metre of the Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum. This heritage venue is one of the biggest private museums in the world and takes you through the Jurassic age to the early Islamic period and up to the present day, across a wide range of themes. A must see for motor heads as the museum also houses its very own car museum with a magnificent collection of vintage cars.