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It’s just the tree to see but it’s spectacular just don’t go if it’s too humid as your car will get stuck and wondering camels come & say hi
Just sitting up the tree of life is a experience of it’s own .. first time...More
The Tree of Life is sn interesting place to visit any day of the week, but especially on a weekend.
On the way from Manama visitors pass through some undeveloped areas where camels can be seen grazing off the road. One can also see some...More
For some people, the Tree of Life in Bahrain is nothing but a single tree surviving in the middle of the desert. Nothing really spectacular. Not really for tourists whose idea of travel is a photo op. There are other trees of life around the...More
Located about 30min drive from downtown Bahrain this tree is in the middle of no-where amongst the oil fields and sheep farms.
It’s quite incredible this 430 year old tree has survived. It is amazing to think how Bahrain has changed in all those years...More
Not worth to visit After crossing almost full Bahrain to see single tree. There is no conservation from government. No water and other facilities available. Some street vendors selling water otherwise visitors get exhausted.
Quite a drive from the north, or at least Saar where we left from, and it goes to say you need to take appropriate supplies for and be mindful of the temperatures you’ll be exposed to, but this magnificent, lonely being is worth your time...More
I can imagine that a few hundred years ago that this was a magnificent site, a large tree (almost 10m) in an open barren dessert. Sadly though due to neglect and oil reclamation in the surrounding area this is no longer the case.
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Hence my comments. I have not visited for sometime I think the beauty to me is the surrounding countryside. One can see the occasional camel which are herded in the area and the mountainous outcrop is a scenic backdrop. A... More
Hence my comments. I have not visited for sometime I think the beauty to me is the surrounding countryside. One can see the occasional camel which are herded in the area and the mountainous outcrop is a scenic backdrop. A good place to be 'out in the desert' for those bedouins amongst you!