In collaboration with the Supreme Council for Environment, the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) has announced the launch of mangrove tours in Tubli Bay. This comes in line with the BTEA’s plans to attract visitors by offering unique and unforgettable experiences, further developing the Kingdom’s tourism sector and strengthening its position as an ideal tourist destination.

“It gives us great pleasure to announce the launch of mangrove tours in Tubli Bay in collaboration with the Supreme Council for Environment. We aim to provide all visitors unique experiences through the various attractions and activities offered in the Kingdom. This comes as part of the BTEA’s long-term strategy to further develop the Kingdom’s tourism sector under the slogan ‘Ours.Yours.’, which contributes towards the Kingdom’s economy and the Economic Vision 2030,” said the Chief Executive Officer of BTEA, H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa.

Tours will depart from Sitra Park between 8am and 4pm. Participants can choose one of two locations, either a tour in Tubli Bay, which covers an area of 100 square kilometers and is priced at BD20 for 4 people or the mangrove tours which feature a beautiful mix of well-protected green mangrove forests and Bahrain’s skyline, priced at BD 5 per passenger. Both trips aim to provide visitors with the opportunity to discover the Kingdom’s nature offerings.

For more information on trip availability, visit http://portal.btea.bh/mangrove