Bahrain: a small island country near the western shores of the Persian Gulf, is a group of islands
totalling over 80. It has, generally, a flat dry terrain and about 160 kms (100 miles) of coastline.
The country has the modern Arab culture and archaeological lagacy of thousands of years.
Among others the tourism attractions here include Qalal Al Bahrain the UNESCO World Heritage
Site, the national museum, Al Khamis Mosque, Arad Fort, Barbar Templer, the Tree of Life a 400
year old tree in the Sakhir desert gowing with no nearby water, bird watching, scuba diving, horse
riding and modern shopping malls. Manama is the capital, the largest city and seven miles away
from major Bahrain international airport in Muharraq island.
Getting around: Personal and rental autos, buses, taxis, tram, boats and tour vehicles.
Tourist seasons: High tourist season November, December, mid and low seasons January to
Weather: Climatological Information Manama, Bahrain, source Bahrain Meteorological Service.
Altitudes and other factors may substantially influence the weather conditions in the same city,
town and neighborhood. Historical data may not be relied on for current conditions. Visit relevant
source for other climate variables.
100mm = 3.9370 inches, 50mm = 1.9685 inches,
25mm = 0.9842 inches, 12.5mm = 0.4921 inches
Climatological information is based on monthly averages for the 30-year period 1961-
- Mean number of rain days = Mean number of days with at least 1 mm of rain.
Attention: Please note that the averaging period for climatological information and the
definition of "Mean Number of Rain Days" quoted in this web site may be different for
different countries. Hence, care should be taken when city climatologies are compared.
Weather related other variants: Hurricane season is from June to November.
Tour packages: Air fare, hotel, auto rental, sightseeing tours, packages, transfers from and or to
airport, hotel, business, residence back and more.