Qatar Flights GuideThe State of Qatar occupies the Qatar Peninsula on the Arabian Peninsula in the Middle East pushing onto the Persian Gulf. The capital city of Doha offers a beautiful skyline, gorgeous work at the Museum of Islamic Art and the State Grand Mosque. The Doha dessert has miles of flawless smooth sand while the Dukhan beaches draws surfers, swimmers and paragliders. Khor Al Udeid is also known for its stunning beach while Katara is all about Qatar culture. Qatar's food scene will surprise you specializing in Middle Eastern and international foods - you can even dine in the sky at the Qatar Food Festival.
Flying to Qatar means you're most likely to land at Doha's Hamad International Airport (DOH). Qatar has a subtropical desert climate and is usually hot and humid especially during the summer months. Expect temperatures to rise to about 42 degrees celsius during the summer while things are a bit cooler during the spring and autumn months. The winter season brings heavy rainfalls and thunderstorms from December through February.