After a quick swim in the crystal clear water of the Indian Ocean, we will head to Digub cave, which overlooks a scattering of traditional villages below, the cave itself is of interest as there are many stalactites, stalagmites, and pools of water that have seeped through the rock over time.
After the cave, we will drive to Hayf and Zahek village to witness the massive sand dunes which have been pushed up against the mountainside by the seasonal winds of Socotra. Then we will make our way to Digub cave, which overlooks a scattering of traditional villages below.
After that, we will drive to the northeast coast of the Island, through the interesting Defarhu Valley. Alongside, you will see traditional villages, natural water pools at the bottom of the canyon, and the unusual Desert Rose tree that clings many places on the canyon walls. The vegetation here is lush green and there are many birds. Then we will continue our way to the marine protected of Dihammri.