Socotra Exclusive Tours
Come and spend the time with us far from civilization in the middle of unique nature, swim in canyons and on deserted white beaches, walk among rare trees and discover caves, snorkel or dive in the turquoise sea, watch dolphins and sea turtles and completely forget the world around you during fantastic sunrises and sunsets while drinking tea with the locals.
The unique archipelago of Socotra lies between the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. UNESCO designated Socotra a World Heritage Site in 2008. Socotra is also called the "Galapagos of the Indian Ocean". Geologists consider the island to be "the most isolated piece of land" in Earth's history.
Socotra's unique nature
What is characteristic of the nature of Socotra is its biodiversity and an exceptionally charming landscape, which resulted from the island’s long isolation from the mainland.
Botanically, the Socotra archipelago is among the richest islands in the world.
The symbol and dominant of the island are Dragon's blood trees (Dracaena Cinnabari), growing to a height of 10 meters, with a wide crown and a shape resembling an umbrella or a gigantic mushroom.