From its modest beginnings in a villa in 1961, St Christopher’s has grown into a large, internationally renowned, nonprofit making school with over 2100 students from more than sixty nations. These children and young people, from three to eighteen years of age, benefit from the excellence, dedication and hard work of our teachers and support staff who together form a team dedicated to the creation and maintenance of an environment in which each student can learn effectively.
Bahrain offers great potential as both a regional and a world tourist destination, blessed with 33 islands, a cosmopolitan capital city; an attractive, liberal lifestyle; and a rich history and culture.
Nearby Points of Interest
Visitors, and tourists can relive history through Bahrain’s many historical sites, namely its forts. Among the most famous of these forts is the historical Qala’at AlBahrain (Bahrain Fort) Site which was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to its forts, Bahrain also is home to many museums, such as Bahrain National Museum.
Air Travel & Transportation
The best method of transport in Bahrain is by taxi. All taxicabs are run by meter, so customers are requested to make sure that the driver has indeed turned it on at the start of the ride.
Taxicabs can be found around tourist hotspots such as Bab AlBahrain, main shopping centres, and large hotels. A number of private companies also offer transport services. The main companies which offer such services can be reached at:
- Alarabia Taxi: 17461746
- Speedy Motors: 17682999