Bahrain has been the preferred destination for the Meeting & incentives. It has been host to various exhibitions & conferences. Bahrain has various Exhibitions centre to host big conference & exhibitions, namely – Bahrain International Exhibition centre, Gulf Convention & Exhibition centre etc.
For the Incentive groups Bahrain has first class hotels & restaurants. Hotel like Ritz Carlton has own private beach to host big incentive groups. Other venues like Bahrain Racing Circuit ( venue of the Formula - 1 race ) can be host to various activities like 4 X4 passenger rides, Corporate driving programme for the corporates & Karting.
Our MICE departments at algoholidays looks after the meeting & incentives programme .We handle hotels , Transfers & provide pre & post conference tours. For the incentive groups we provide various activities possible on the island.
Some of the activites are listed below:
4x4 off-road Passenger Ride:
Experience the spectacular thrills of desert driving from the passenger seats. A 220bhp — or 325bhp if you are feeling really brave — Hummer provides an exciting ride no matter which of its seats you occupy.
So let our expert instructors take you around and over the 30 daring obstacles on the world’s most exciting 4x4 course.
Test your driving skills at one of the best Kart Zone in Bahrain International Circuit .
Karting is the cradle of the world’s greatest driving talents. If you want to be a Formula One world champion this is where your hard work begins.But above all karting is fun — and accessible and affordable, thanks to Bahrain Racing Circuit . Karting is the purest form of motor sport, the simplest way to experience the adrenaline rush of driving racing machinery.
There are just two pedals: go (accelerator) and stop (brake). And once you have mastered these basics — having been provided, with a crash helmet and race suit and having attended our safety briefing — you are free to race. Really, this could be you.
Golfing at Royal Golf Club:
Royal Golf Club, situated in the heart of the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Royal Golf Club forms the centerpiece of Riffa Views, the island's first luxury residential gated community.
Conveniently located just 30-minutes drive from the capital city, Manama, and the same distance from the Saudi-Bahrain causeway, the Royal Golf Club attracts visitors from all over the world .
As a semi-private establishment, the Royal Golf Club offers the best of both worlds; exclusive membership options are available for keen golfers living locally while visitors from overseas are always very welcome to come and enjoy our unrivalled facilities while in the Kingdom.
Opened in 2008, the Royal Golf Club's world class 18-hole championship course was designed by golfing legend and acclaimed golf course architect Colin Montgomerie. The 7102 yard, par 72 Montgomerie course offers a truly unique blend of links and desert golf, taking advantage of Bahrain’s natural rough desert terrain and combining it with vast manmade lakes. The desert feel is retained through the use of sandy waste bunkers and the attractive indigenous vegetation and grasses used in the landscaping. However, the rolling links-style fairways and undulating greens are immaculately maintained. With five teeing ground options on each hole the Montgomerie course delivers a challenging and unforgettable experience.
Lost Paradise of Delmon; (Water Park):
The Lost Paradise is a recreational water park located next to the Al Areen Wildlife Park in the southern region of Bahrain. Set in 77,000 square metres of what was previously arid desert land, this impressive playground is created and landscaped in the style of Bahrain's historic Dilmun era.
The pristine open areas are split into six zones with speed slides and tube slides, raft rides, winding rivers, fountains, waterfalls, a beach with automated waves, a spa, toddlers' paddling pools and a swimming pool. There's something for everyone with all ages catered for.
Exclusive Corporate Driving Day
After the Breakfast at hotel group departs at 0745 Hrs by Luxury AC coach to Bahrain Racing circuit. The circuit is approximately 20 minutes from Banyan Tree or 45 minutes from the other three hotels.
Or the group has an option of having the breakfast in Bahrain Racing circuit.
Race around a world-famous Formula One circuit. Then pit your driving wits against the challenges of the desert. Or vice versa.
Whichever way you tackle it, an exciting and memorable day is guaranteed for you and your clients.
That’s because a Corporate Driving Day at Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) is unique. Its ability to provide you with access to the most technologically advanced and architecturally stunning racetrack in the world and to the timeless dunes is the envy of every other corporate attraction.
To ensure you make the most of it your special day will be intense and action-packed.
There will be time for a light breakfast of course – served by our world-class caterers, Kafers — in one of our exclusive VIP lounges overlooking the track. But thereafter guests will be divided into two teams.
One team will experience on-track activities: go head to head in the Kart Zone, sample the lightweight and manoeuvrable Caterhams and experience the adrenaline rush of the Skid Cars.
(If you want even more excitement, we will strap you into our muscular 380bhp V8 Lumina SS Australian Supercar for a high-speed passenger lap.)
The other team will experience off-road activities: the 32 obstacles — including camel humps, 85-degree inclines and waterfall — of the world’s best 4x4 course. Do so in a phenomenal 6-litre Hummer off-roader, an agile and powerful Apache or a quadbike. The choice is yours.
After lunch — again served by Kafers in a VIP lounge — the teams will swap over. (A Half-day package, with clients choosing between either on-track or off-road, is available.)
It’s a guaranteed thrill ride from beginning to end.
EVENTS IN BAHRAIN – 2012
FIA WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP - BAHRAIN
We handled group of 300 pax during the - The SIx Hours of Bahrain endurance race, part of the 2012 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC), which took place at Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain on September 28th and September 29th 2012.
This was the maiden season of the WEC and it featured eight rounds, each being held opver the world in countried across four continents. The Bahrain event was round six and it was WEC's only race in the Middle East.
The Six Hours of Bahrain was second major endurance car racing event held at BIC since the circuit opened in 2004. It follows the 24 hours race for Bahrain that took place in December 2006.
PORSCHE WORLD ROAD SHOW - BAHRAIN
Incentive Group of 150 pax from India and Lebanon experienced the hospitality of Bahrain while on visit to attend Porsche World Road Show, Bahrain which was held in Bahrain International Circuit from 01st until 16th OCtober 2012.