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Qatar is one of the safest places in the world and has established itself as one of the region's cultural capitals. Qatar is home to some of the finest cultural landmarks, some dating back thousands of years, demonstrating the nation's rich history and culture.
The Qatar peninsula has beaches galore with a 563 kilometre-long sandy coastline with numerous small islets, sand bars and reefs. Visitors can enjoy relaxing, swimming, or many water sports on Qatar's sparkling shores with their exceptionally clear and clean blue waters.
With the sun shining every day and a surprisingly rich ecology, Qatar offers an engaging natural environment to explore. The surrounding desert provides a great deal of interest and adventure with such natural landmarks as the Dhal Al Misfir, Desert Roses and the Singing Sand Dunes.
The best time to visit Qatar is between October and April, when the temperature dips. The coolest months are December, January and February. The high temperatures (touching 50°C in July-August) coupled with a 90% humidity restricts outdoor activities during summer, but there is still plenty to do within many of Qatar's well-equipped indoor facilities.