Holidays between dragon blood and coral sea

Do not compromise when choosing your next holiday destination. You can get more than just a travel catalogue paradise.

This website will help you to discover Socotra island in the Arabian sea. May you be a fan of hiking and breathtaking views, you like long sandy beaches, wild life or you prefer underwater adventures, Socotra can always offer you something special.

We are ready to assist you with your trip preparations.

Socotra Eco-tours is an accredited

Tourism Agency based in Socotra

Abduljameel & Friends

We are a group of experienced Socotri guides who provide eco-tourism services to those coming to the island to spend the holidays of their life.

Socotra is our home so we always pay special attention to local environment, economy and people.

We guarantee that our fees come to the benefit of local people. We build a bridge between Socotri population living their traditional way of live and tourists longing for a unique experience.

Dragon Blood Tree - one of the endemic plants in Socotra




02/07/2010 20:54

Mystery over a missing child on Socotra

A three year old boy has been lost on Socotra since last Monday. The child was following his mother while she was going to visit her neighboring village at dusk time. The incident happened in Modhfor village located in the eastern part of the island. The mother returned back home but she was told that her son had followed her. Villagers have been looking for the lost boy since he got lost but...
29/06/2010 16:55

Seventh eco-camp on Socotra

Another protected area on Socotra should be soon developed and managed by a local community. The protected area recommended by UNDP Socotra Governance&Biodiversity Project, the Environment Protection Authority and local council is Ayhaft. It is a wadi located in a vicinity of Hadibo with outstanding level of biodiversity richness and a good eco-tourism potential. So far, there have been...
15/06/2010 09:16

Socotra has ten endemic birds

The tenth endemic bird on Socotra has been formally named Socotra Buzzard Buteo socotraensis. It is the rarest of all Socotri endemic birds. The resident, short-winged Buteo population on Socotra has been known for over 110 years. However only now it has been described after extensive studies and got its formal name. A paper on taxonomic status of the Socotra Buzzard written by Richard Porter and...

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