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Unique Place

This is a wild limestone gorge cutting through the plateaus surrounding it. There is a nice pool... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2015
817Rob
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Louisville, Colorado
2 nights in paradise

I spent 2 nights in the Canyon, the natural pools are amazing and you can also do a little walking... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2014
Kingamesaros
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Treviso, Italy
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3 Jan 2015
“Unique Place”
1 Sep 2014
“2 nights in paradise”
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central Socotra, east to Tuaf Mountains, Socotra Island, Yemen
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Reviewed 3 January 2015

This is a wild limestone gorge cutting through the plateaus surrounding it. There is a nice pool for swimming just downstream from the road. If you walk upstream, there are some wonderful narrows and smaller pools. Clumps of palm trees line the edge of the...More

1  Thank 817Rob
Reviewed 1 September 2014

I spent 2 nights in the Canyon, the natural pools are amazing and you can also do a little walking around if you wish, it was very quiet, no mosquitos, no other animals. If you are a nature lover you will feel in paradise!

2  Thank Kingamesaros
Reviewed 22 July 2014

After visiting the plateau, you can descend down to this wadi, note that most of the time the car cannot go down all the way, so you have to continue on foot, but it's worth it, at least it was for me. After reaching there,...More

2  Thank M C
Reviewed 31 March 2014

Wadi Dirhur was not among the places I was reading and dreaming before coming to Socotra. Usually you associate the island with dream beaches like Shoab or strange trees present in Homhil. Well, once I reached Wadi Dirhur and seeing from above the natural pond...More

2  Thank Sputnikboy
Reviewed 13 December 2013

Our guid said that before this they can reach this place by car,but since oct 2013,after the landslide,the road is ruined and so we walked tere.It was along hiking,about 10km up going down and up.But once you get there it was worth the pain..;) we...More

1  Thank syaz82
Reviewed 9 December 2013

Originally we only intended to drop into Wadi Dirhur for a quick photo-stop on our way from Dixam Plateau to Aomak Beach. But I was so charmed by this fabulous place that we changed our plans and stayed there overnight. Mind that there are no...More

4  Thank Cora_v
Reviewed 4 August 2013

We went there after sleeping on Dixam Plateau. Driving there took nearly one hour although the distance is not more than 3-4 km. The road is very - very bad, I entreated the driver for a crash helmet but the trip was not boring. I...More

2  Thank PhiltheGroundhog
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