The peak tourist season to book Bahrain flights is the winter months between November and February, when weather is pleasant. The summer months between June and September are hot and humid, so travel is not recommended. Also avoid visiting the country during Ramadan (major Muslim festival), when the country imposes many public restrictions. For getting deals on hotels and cheap flights to Bahrain, book in advance!
Located in Muharraq, an island on the northern tip of Bahrain, about 7 km northeast of the capital Manama, Bahrain International Airport serves Bahrain. The airport is a hub for Gulf Air, DHL International, Aviation ME, Kalitta Air, and Swiftair Bahrain. Bahrain Airport won ‘the Best Airport in the Middle East’ Award at the Skytrax 2010 World Airport Awards. Served by Air Arabia, Air India, Air India Express, British Airways, and Cathay Pacific, the airport operates flights to Bahrain from destinations including Delhi, Doha, Dubai, Mumbai, a target="_blank" href="//www.cheapoair.com/flights/cheap-flights-to-kuwait-kwi-kuwait">Kuwait, Muscat and more.Places of Interest in Bahrain
Bahrain is a Middle Eastern archipelago, situated near the western shores of the Persian Gulf. The island country has got Saudia Arabia in its west, Iran in the north, and Qatar in the southeast.Manama Souq
Shop to your heart’s content at Manama Souq, popular for pearls and gold. Apart from jewellery, visitors here can shop for electronics, spices, sheesha bottles and more. It is a fabulous place for shopping and people watching.Al- Faith Mosque
The Al-Fateh Grand Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world, capable of accommodating about 7,000 worshippers at a time. The mosque was built by the late Sheikh Isa ibn Salman Al Khalifa in 1987 and was named after Ahmed Al Fateh, the conqueror of Bahrain.Tree of Life
Standing in the middle of desert, Tree of life or Shajarat-al-Hayat in Bahrain is about 400 years old. What is remarkable about this huge tree is that it stands alone in the desert, and has been making a seemingly impossible living out of dry sand for approximately 400 years. There is no apparent source of water and other vegetation for miles around. The tree looks old, but its leaves look fresh and green.