North Sedra Farm is an hour drive from Doha, off the beaten track, and a great little place for families of young children.
There’s plenty of farm animals to see and feed, including goats, sheep, ducks, geese, and non-farm animals too, like lamas, zebras, deer, oryxes, turtles. There’s a nice playground, a truck ride, lots of greenery and good fresh air. On top of that there’s a small museum of the owner’s collected items and artifacts that gives a picture of Qatar in the past. It’s worth the drive, though food options are limited. But the available food is really good.
You can also buy fresh vegetable and fresh honey from the farm. There are few shops for locals gift items that you can check out.
Friday & Saturday
12:30 PM – 8:00 PM
20 per person , free for children below 2 years.
CLICK HERE for the map.
THIER INSTAGRAM PAGE:
Before you visit the farms, make a check the list as the trip will take a whole day. It’s better to be prepared ahead of time.
- Shades and caps
- Pack toiletries.
- A first aid kit.
- A bag for baby or kids.
- Wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
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