I need more info on some activities...:)o

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nacho

I am very fortunate to have my Canadian family coming to visit me in Qatar this Christmas! I want to show them some really interesting local activities (aside from organized tours and typical tourist stuff)...maybe some a bit off from the typical beaten path. The activities I'm planning are more for myself and my younger cousins (late teens). Here is the list of what I'm thinking:

- Finding Desert Roses, Digging for Truffles (whatever it's actually called??)
- Sliding down the Singing Sand Dunes
- Snorkelling, maybe spearfishing if it's possible from shore
- Beach Trip (I was thinking Fuwairit?)
- Dune Buggies (I've rented by the hour before near Sealine...does anyone rent on a daily basis? Maybe with a trailer?)
- Crabbing? I've heard of people doing this but have no idea what it entails...
- Any other suggestions?

If anyone could provide some info as to where is best to go/how to do the above it would be greatly appreciated! (For example...how do we go about searching for truffles?)

Thanks! (:D

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marcruz
13/12/2010

Wakra beach according to my colleague is one of the best place here in Qatar for crabbing. You should do the crabbing during low tide.

I wish that this time will be better.
We should Learn from the past
Let's try it once again
Balitang Q: Overseas Filipino Community News

I wish that this time will be better.
We should Learn from the past
Let's try it once again
Balitang Q: Overseas Filipino Community News

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Daisy
13/12/2010

If your mother/ sisters are coming, they might enjoy getting Henna art :)

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hmcpinoytennis
14/12/2010

Simaisma or Alkhor is good for crabbing too.

HPT for short

HPT for short

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amnesia
14/12/2010

Sahara tours have a desert excursion.

You could go to the inland sea, singing sand dunes, the marshes, the flamingo area.

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