A journey to the end of the world
The Socotra archipelago is one of the most remote places on earth, so isolated that it attained mythical connotations for many civilizations.
Located some 240 kilometers (150 mi) east off of the horn of Africa and 380 kilometres (240 mi) south of the arabian peninsula.
Socotra island is the second largest island in the eastern Indian Ocean.
Along with its neighbouring islands: Abd Al-Kuri, Samha and Darsa, it forms the sSocotra Archielago. One of the most bothanically diverse island groups in the world.
Just like an unexpected late night sunrise, this place will astonish you with its unseen landscapes, unique flora and bright colours. One of those places in which nature is that strong and pure to put modernity aside, an authentic living experience.