Tourism in Socotra is one of the most important sectors within Socotra. Tourism in Socotra is considered one of the most important sources of income that depend on it to provide national income, and Socotra is one of the islands in Yemen, which is located on the southern coast of the Arabian Peninsula.
The most important tourist attractions in Socotra
First, the beaches of Socotra
The beaches of Socotra Island are distinguished by all the beaches of Socotra Island as they are characterized by clear water, as well as white sands, and all the beaches of Socotra are characterized by being free from all pollution factors, and it is also famous for containing a different group of fish and wild animals, and the most important beaches of Socotra Island:
The beaches of Socotra Island This beach is considered one of the most important beaches of Socotra Island, and this beach is about 5 meters in length, as the beach is characterized by white sand and clear pure water. This beach contains rare wild animals, also contains a different group of fish, and is reached to Shore people through sea boats.
The beaches of Socotra Island are beautiful beaches that are owned by Socotra Island, and are characterized by clear water as well as white sand, it seems to the tourist as a group of cotton of the intensity of its whiteness, as there are many palm trees that overlook the sea, and are used as umbrellas to protect from the burning sun, and this beach contains On the beautiful coral reefs as well as pearls, which is most famous for the beach of Qalansiyah, and also contains a group of turtles of various strains and shapes, including green turtles, which are distinguished by their large size, and these beaches are one of the most important places of tourism in Socotra Island.
Second, the caves and caves of Socotra
Socotra Caves and Grottoes Socotra Island contains a large group of caves and caves, as it contains 52 caves and grottoes, and all these grottoes and caves extend along the island of Socotra, and the most famous of these caves and caves:
De Geb Cave
The Cave of Socotra, de Geb cave is considered one of the largest caves of Socotra, and this cave is located in the plain of Najd, and it is inhabited by many residents, where the Cave of Geb for many families, and this cave contains an internal cavity, visitors are transported by car to the cave and enter this Cavitation without fatigue or weariness.
A similar cave of the shrub
The Caves of Socotra Island This cave is located in the tourist area of Diksem, and this cave was recently discovered, where it was discovered in 2005, and this cave is characterized by the beauty of its limestone formation, stalagmites, and cataclysms contained in the cave, and the cave has many rare trees that are found only in Socotra Island which is a blood tree The two brothers, which distinguishes them more than other caves.
Socotra Island Caves, which is a cave with a length of about three thousand meters, and this cave is located on the eastern side of Socotra Island, specifically in the area of the case.
Socotra Island Caves recently discovered caves, which are the second caves discovered after the Hook Cave and the length of the cave is about 7500 meters, and this cave is characterized by a creative and aesthetic form, it enchants the beholder, as it is characterized by abundance of water as well as limestone formations, and these caves and caves are the most beautiful landmarks Tourism in Socotra
Thirdly the valleys
There are many valleys on the island of Socotra, and they spread along the island, including what are characterized by long waterways and large basins such as the valleys that flow into the south of Socotra Island, and among them are characterized by short waterways and small basins such as the valleys that flow into the north of Socotra Island, and there is also another group of valleys that flow In the northwest, among the most famous of these valleys:
The valleys of Socotra Island is one of the valleys that flow north of Socotra Island. This valley is characterized by having a small basin and a short waterway, but the water is not cut off by it throughout the year as it is of great drainage.
Societies of Socotra IslandIt is one of the valleys of Socotra, which flows into the south of Socotra Island. The Doaher Valley is better than the Danghan Valley, as it is characterized by a large basin and a long waterway, and a greater drainage than the Danghan Valley discharge, due to the frequent summer rains that fall on the southern slopes, which led to the continuous flow of water in this valley .
The valleys of Socotra Island This valley is considered one of the largest valleys of Socotra Island, and it is located between a series of mountains inside Socotra Island, and this valley contains a large group of rare living creatures, which live on the water pools formed by the valley, and the Aayfat Valley is characterized by being covered with a large group of trees Dense.
IV Falls of Socotra Island
Socotra Island waterfalls, Socotra Island includes many different waterfalls, which are characterized by the flow of water throughout the year, and the most famous of these waterfalls are Dangen Waterfalls and Aft Waterfalls.
Fifth, ancient ruins
There are many artifacts that exist on the island of Socotra, especially the village of Rakef, which is located east of the island of Socotra, where an ancient archaeological site has been discovered that contains many remains of a stone age operator, and this operator was specialized in making stone tools from granite stone, and this site covers An area of not less than 1600 square meters, and from the remains that were found bronze pins as well as iron knives, in addition to many burials, corpses and skulls as well as skeletons, and these skulls and burials date back to the ages BC, it is due to the first half of the first millennium before Birth, a As for the village of Arius, it contains many rocks and symbols that have not been understood yet, but they are very similar to the ancient Yemeni inscriptions, in addition to the ancient archeological inscriptions and symbols as well as archaeological finds that exist in Wadi Hajrah, and these finds are a group A large number of imported pottery vessels dating back to the second century, in addition to magical scenes and images of man and animal that were reached on the Arabian Peninsula, which is overlooked by Socotra Island, which is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Socotra Island.