About Qatar Visa

Qatar is a country where old traditions coexist with modern magnificence. From Doha’s dazzling skyline to the old Souq Waqif, each turn presents a distinct blend of cultural riches. Immerse yourself in Arabian hospitality, sample Qatari cuisine, and discover a nation where tradition and innovation coexist.

Our simple visa process makes it easy to navigate your travel, assuring a seamless start to your Qatari experience. Our flexible visa periods adapt to your travel objectives, whether you are drawn to modern architecture or quiet desert settings. Apply today and let the wonder of Qatar blossom before your eyes!

Type of Qatar Visas

Tourist Visa 30 Days (Age 1-55 years)

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:     30 days
  • Validity:     3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 8,999/-

Tourist Visa 30 Days (Age 55 years & above)

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:     30 days
  • Validity:     3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 13,999/-

Tourist Visa 30 Days

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:     30 days
  • Validity:     3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 9,999/-

Business Visa 90 Days

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:     90 days
  • Validity:     3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 20,999/-

Must have Documents for Qatar Visa:
  • Original Passport with at least 6 months validity and minimum 3 blank pages + all old passports if any;
  • Scanned colour copy of first and last page of your Passport.
  • Scanned recent colour copy of your passport size photograph with white background

Basic Requirements to visit Qatar

  • Have a valid Passport and valid Qatar Visa
  • Be in good health
  • Good moral character
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as an incentive to come back to your home country
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country before your Qatar visa expires
  • Have sufficient funds to support yourself in Qatar and the amount depends on how long you will stay in Qatar and whether you will be staying with family, friends or any paid accommodation

Travel Checklist

  • Passport
  • Valid Qatar Visa
  • Confirmed return Ticket
  • Contact details of your relative, friends, or business contacts in Qatar
  • Confirmed hotel bookings (If Any)
  • Qatar Currency and other forms of forex
  • An unlocked smartphone, preferably with a Sim card from India
  • Any additional documents required to prove your purpose of visit (especially if you are travelling on a business Visa).

Qatar travel guide

A tiny peninsula jutting out into the Persian Gulf from the eastern side of Saudi Arabia, Qatar is a sovereign Arab country located in the Middle East.

Situated on the northern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Qatar shares land borders only with Saudi Arabia, with the rest of the country being surrounded by the Persian Gulf. From magnificent shopping malls to universities to plush Qatari hotels and futuristic buildings, Qatar has plenty to offer to its visitors. Doha is the capital and the largest city of Qatar.

Doha is certainly the heart and soul of Qatar. No other city in the country comes close to its gleaming splendour. The Corniche in Doha is the center of Doha’s entertainment district.

The Doha Zoo, Cultural Village, shopping malls, and its amazing museums (like the National Museum and Museum of Islamic Arts) make up most of the attractions in the city. Outside of Doha, the desert area provides a spectacular landscape for safaris, which have become an important part of the country’s tourism industry. Of course, no trip to Qatar is complete without experience a local souq. Souq Waqif is a magnificent destination, where tourists can try their hand at bargaining.

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Places to visit in Qatar

Museum of Islamic Art

Architectural Gem – Set in the MIA Park of the Doha waterfront, Museum of Islamic Art is an architectural gem and is considered to be one of the well-known places to visit in Doha. Designed by world-renowned architect, I.M. Pei, the Museum of Islamic Art is one museum that has the largest collection of Islamic art in the world.

While the paintings were collected from three continents over the span of 1400 years, the interiors are breathtaking with spectacular geometric patterns of the Islamic world that makes it one of the many places to visit in Doha at night. It is indeed one of the famous Doha tourist attractions.

Niagara falls


Recreational Fun- One of the best places to visit in Qatar is the Doha Corniche. Most popular locations among walkers, bikers, and joggers, Corniche is a waterfront promenade that reshaped Doha’s coastline in the late 1970s and early 1980s. An ideal place for exercising in the morning, it also attracts crowds who are looking for spectacular views of the city’s skyline and witness beautiful sunsets in the evening.

Souq Waqif

A Shopaholic’s Love- Planning for a Doha city tour? If your answer is a yes, then do not miss out on visiting the Souq Waqif which is a one-stop place for shopping, and dining. Known to be one of the top Doha attractions, one can walk around the alleys, admire the architectural marvels, shop for embroideries, spices, perfumes, oud (an exotic incense made from agarwood), and more. Also if you have a layover in Qatar, this is one of the best places to visit in Doha near the airport.

White house

Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Stadium

Enjoy The Activities- There is no dearth of places to visit in Doha as places like Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Stadium keeps the travelers on toes by offering enough recreation activities to keep them busy and entertained. Consisting of 21 courts for tennis, this stadium is the best a sports fanatic could explore.

Yellow Stone national park

Aspire Park

Serene Views- Considered to be one of the ideal places to visit in Qatar with family, Aspire Park is one of the largest parks in the Gulf region and is one of Qatar’s finest landscapes. Another attraction the park has to offer is the Torch Tower, or also known as the Aspire Tower. It is an astonishing 300m high building that served as a giant torch for the 15th Asian Games and is now a beautiful hotel. Make sure you add it to your itinerary while planning your holidays as it is one of the top places to visit in Qatar during summer.

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