Qatar

If you are travelling to Qatar either for business purposes or for a much needed holiday, hiring a car is a splendid way of getting about and seeing the sights and surrounding areas. It's not a problem if you are on a tight budget as we have a great range of economy car hire available with models such as the Ford Fiesta and Peugeot 107 on offer. If you are meeting business clients, you would probably prefer to arrive at your appointment in something a bit more luxurious and for that we have such models like the Audi A4 or Mercedes SLK.

Rhino won the prestigious award of Best Car Hire Website in 2010 and we are continually striving to help our customers find the very best price possible for their car hire. We do this by comparing the prices from all the main suppliers like Europcar, Hertz and Avis to source the cheapest price and best deal possible. Our booking engine is simple, safe and secure so try us today for a quote on car hire in Qatar.
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Customer questions about Qatar car hire

I was wondering, when I rent a car can I use it in the desert? I am looking at the land cruiser

Hi, this would be at the discretion of the rental agent and would depend on the type of driving planned. We can enquire direcly with the rental agent (Avis I assume) on your behalf to find if there any restrictions on off road driving. Typically it is not permitted, however given the vehcile type / location there could be exceptions. Please bear with me whilst I enquire and I will email you back with an update shortly.

Qatar Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Qatar is also known as the State of Qatar and more locally as Dawlat Qatar.
  • The country has been ruled as an absolute monarchy by the Al Thani family since the middle of the 19th century.
  • Rich in natural resources, oil and gas accounts for more than 50% of the GDP.
  • The main religion in Qatar is Islam and Muslims make up around 80% of the population.
  • The currency in Qatar is the Riyal (QAR).

Qatar Mini Guide

Qatar is located on a peninsula which juts out into the Persian Gulf and is per capita one of the richest countries in the world.  Many people come to Qatar to enjoy water sports on its splendid coastline or take jeep safaris into the desert.

Qatar coastline

Temperatures here are incredibly hot during the summer and so it is a place to come if you want a guarantee of warmth. It will rarely drop below 12 degrees Celsius and can get up into the late 30 or even 40s. Because of this heat, walking or cycling is not a particularly popular activity in Qatar!

Qatar Airways offer flights to Qatar from many world wide destinations. Arriving into Doha international airport nationals from many countries will have to purchase a visa which will cost around 15 Euros. For some countries getting a visa is difficult and requires them to have a Qatari guarantor before they can come into the country. However some four and five star hotels offer a visa service as part of the package. Unmarried woman under the age of 35 have a hard time getting a visa as Qatar is wary about prostitutes potentially entering Qatar. 

If you want to race around the sand dunes on a buggy the place to go is Khor Al Udeid and it is possible to get guided tours of the region by multi-lingual guides. If you head to the beach there are many places to try kite surfing or jet skiing. Qatar is a rapidly modernising Arab country and is home to the Al Jazeera television channel. It is possible to have every type of international cuisine to eat and most of it is excellent. Many of the hotels will offer sushi and there are some Thai restaurants. If you want to try authentic Middle Eastern food head into the souks. These Arab markets may look ramshackle but often there is good food on offer.

Qatar Khor Al Udeid

There is only one liquor store in Qatar, the Qatar Distribution Centre in Doha. A licence is needed to buy booze here and can be got by obtaining a letter of permission from your employer. There is a deposit for QR1000 to get the licence. Coming from Saudi Arabia is the only way to enter Qatar by road, though driving at night is not advised for safety reasons.

Driving in Qatar - Need to know

  • R

    Road Driving Side

  • 60kph

    Urban speed Limit

  • 100kph

    Rural Speed Limit

  • 120kph

    Motorway Speed Limit

  • 0mg

    Drink Drive Limit

  • QAR

    Currency

  • 25

    Min Rental Age

  • NO

    Tolls

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Qatar is an appealing destination for tourists due to various reasons. It has a superb climate, is very warm and you are guaranteed the sunshine. It also boasts a stunning coastline and plenty of golden sandy beaches. There are some incredible sand dunes that have been formed naturally over time and many tourists like to hire a 4x4 vehicle to have some fun and an exhilirating drive through the dunes. Some of the models we can offer that are ideal for that sort of adventure is the Chevrolet Blazer or the Nissan Pathfinder. When you hire a car in Qatar through Rhino you can be sure that we have all bases covered as the price that we quote is the price you pay. Included in your rental price is collision damage waiver, theft waiver, liability protection and insurance. We also offer complimentary breakdown assistance in the unlikely event your car should suffer a mechanical problem.

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