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Tree of life is amazing but considering that the path to go towards it seems like it isnt realky made truely as a touristic attraction, pushes away ots hype.more should be done creativity-wise to truely make this attraction as per its hype in Bahrain.
We were there on a Saturday when there wasn't much traffic, so it wasn't a long drive from Manama. The location is well marked and there seems to be a steady trickle of tourists. The tree is remarkable; it's healthy and huge with long branches...More
The Tree of Life is a place to visit if you are in Bahrain. Although lovely, it's not what I expected. I was expecting to ride through miles of desert and then behold a tree in the midst of no other signs of life. It's...More
The Tree of Life, upon close reflection is awe-inspiring. The limbs span all directions seeking water and providing shelter. Locals describe the tree as being over 400 years old.
It’s worth the drive to touch something so ancient yet so strong. Great photo opps!!
This is called the Tree of Life for a reason, as this old tree survives alone in the middle of desert terrain with no clear source of water (it seldom rains in Bahrain).
There are many old myths and tail in Bahrain's history throughout the...More
Well, if you will be around the area, Yes go see it. But if you have limited time or stay very far away then I dont recommend you come all the way just to see it. After all, its just a Tree. (Ps. Dont pay...More
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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!