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The Island of Castor and Pollux

Socotra is the jewel of the Indian Ocean, an island belonging to Yemen off the coast of Somalia... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
_rd_gynae
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Galway, Ireland
Nice Reef

There is a great reef just offshore here. Walking inland from here, there are some wild rocks and... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2015
817Rob
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Louisville, Colorado
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28 Jul 2016
“The Island of Castor and Pollux”
2 Jan 2015
“Nice Reef”
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Reviewed 28 July 2016

Socotra is the jewel of the Indian Ocean, an island belonging to Yemen off the coast of Somalia. From the Dragon's Blood trees on Mount Sand, to the caves at Halah, to the dolphin waters off the west coast, to the finding of the very...More

2  Thank _rd_gynae
Reviewed 3 January 2015

There is a great reef just offshore here. Walking inland from here, there are some wild rocks and arches on the peaks behind. The site has some structures providing shade for the heat of the day.

1  Thank 817Rob
Reviewed 9 November 2014

the place is great for diving, we had a dive with Naseem, the dive master, a pro, and the dive site was WOW, we were between, giant groupers, a great variety of colorful fish, and schools of barracudas and black tip sharks! definitely recommended!

2  Thank paul j
Reviewed 3 November 2014 via mobile

this was my first time undersea , it was fantastic thirty minutes to discover coloured fish and other sealife creatures. services are not bad, part of the road is still under construction but its close to Hadibo and enjoyable.

1  Thank Shaltoni
Reviewed 23 August 2014 via mobile

One of the best place in the island. Its not for swimming koz of the rocky beach but u still able to swim in it. Also best place for snorkeling. I recommend the local restaurant. They serve best rise,fresh fish in the island. But u...More

1  Thank Ahmed A
Reviewed 7 August 2014

Don't expect spectacular beach, because it is not. But after just few meters of stepping into the sea you will be astonished what is hidden underneath the sea. Around 80 different kinds of corals, amazing fish of all colours you can imagine, all sizes and...More

2  Thank Vanja K
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Haven't seen a place better for snorkelling whether you are a beginner or expert, definitely don't miss, better to take your own equipment, but if you don't have or forgot, then they will supply you with one. Worth taking your under water camera if you...More

3  Thank M C
Reviewed 31 March 2014

Dihamri is the location of some good diving spots, so if you will come here it's for either diving or snorkelling, because the rocky beach isn't that beautiful. The diving center is located in the village few minutes from the huts on the beach and...More

1  Thank Sputnikboy
Reviewed 13 December 2013

I am not a good writer,i dont know how to describe precisely the beauty that we saw...but my 7yo daughter said, to her,Homhil is like a fairy secret land.Yes that is so true.We arrived in the evening,a few hours before sunset,just enough time to explore...More

1  Thank syazni82
Reviewed 13 December 2013

We spent a few hours and had lunch on this beach.Had enough time to explore,took a long walk to the big rock,saw various sea creatures that can be spotted near the shore since the current is very strong and we didnt have a chance to...More

1  Thank syazni82
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