Bahrain, third smallest country in Asia, is an island nation comprising a small archipelago. With an economy dependent on oil and gas, Bahrain has heavily invested in banking and tourism sectors. Bahrain’s rich past and cultural heritage draws a lot of tourists every year. The country is known for its ancient forts, alluring mosques and traditional markets, Bahrain will surely keep you engaged.
1 Manama, the capital city of Bahrain is known for its dynamic nightlife, bustling clubs and bars thronged by visitors from all over the world. There is a side of Manama that may seem like any other metropolitan city, but there is another side that still reminds one of Bedouin times. Visit Manama for its Arabic souks, famous for real spices, fragrant perfumes and beautiful carpets.
2 The Ahmed Al-Fateh Mosque also called the Grand Mosque, is one of the largest mosques in the world and is an architectural splendor worth visiting. It can accommodate up to 7000 worshippers at a time. It’s simple, elegant and a soulful place to visit.
3 Bahrain National Museum is the custodian of Bahrain’s rich culture and heritage and offers some of the finest exhibits of Bahrain history, one of the top attractions of the country.
4 Bahrain International Circuit boasts of cars and racing tracks, giving the tourists once in a lifetime experience to watch a grand Prix at the BIC or to take advantage of track days to experience the drive at the racing track at insane speeds.
5 Bahrain Fort the UNESCO World Heritage site, offers a window to look into the colourful and impressive past of Bahrain. On special days, the fort hosts recreational activities and events, which will make your visit memorable.
6 Zallaq is a coastal village that can offer you scintillating adventure sports over the beach and some relaxation around the white sands and blue waves. Located on the western coast of Bahrain, Zallaq is picturesque with its white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons and date palms.
It takes about 8-10 working days except for Friday, Saturday and any Bahrain Holidays to obtain Bahrain business visa for Bahrain tourist visa. However, if the visa application gets pending with the Security Department, it may take some more time in processing.Eligibility criteria
There are many things to keep a note about while applying for Bahrain tourist visa and Bahrain work visa.
1 Indian nationals should be holding a valid Indian passport
2 If you wish to travel to Bahrain for tourism or to visit family or friends or for business purposes, you can apply for Bahrain visa through Visa Advisor.
3 Person seeking employment in Bahrain is not eligible to apply through Visa Advisor
4 It is mandatory to have travel insurance for traveling to Bahrain. Visa Advisor also provides travel insurance to passengers at a reasonable rate.Documents required for visa to Bahrain:
. Clear scanned image of the relevant pages of the passport
. Resident permit of family members residing in Bahrain (if applicable)
. Reason of visit on company letterhead for business travel (if applicable)Things to note:
. Friday and Saturday are non-working days in Bahrain.
. Visa Advisor does not provide work/ job/ employment visas.
. The visa cost does not include the fee for 'Ok to Board'
. Refunds are processed within 5-7 working days.
. Issuance of VISA is subject to the approval from relevant Ministries. Terms and conditions apply.
Bahrain Visa Documents
Are you planning a visit to Bahrain? Visa Advisor is here to help you with a Bahrain visit visa at just Rs 8999/- in 10-12 working days.Applying for Bahrain visa with us in quick and simple
|Bahrain Tourist V isa for two weeks||Rs 8999||Cost for extension Rs 8999||Maximum one extension allowed|
|Bahrain Tourist Visa for one month||Rs 12999||Cost for extension Rs 12999 per month||Two additionalextensions allowed|
|2 week business visa (multip e entry)||Rs 11999||NIA|