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Things to do in Yemen
Aden - take a trip to the Socotra Archipelago
The Socotra Archipelago is a series of 6 islands or islets in the Gulf of Aden, just off the coast of Yemen. Here visitors have the opportunity to see a number of rare plants and reptiles, many of which are unique to the Archipelago. There are also numerous sea birds found on the island, some of which are native to the island, plus over 80 species migrate here each year. There is plenty of diverse marine life around the area, so visitors will never be bored as there is so much to see and look at.
Sana’a - explore the old city
The city of Sana’a is possibly the world’s longest continuously inhabitant city, as it dates back over 8,000 years. It is also one of the highest capital cities in the world. It came to particular importance in the early days of Islam and now is home to more than 103 mosques, many built in the 11th century. The city has many picturesque buildings made of rammed earth and decorated with friezes. The older part of the city is home to the popular, Salt Market.
Introduction of Yemen
Many visitors to Yemen choose the large cities of Sana'a and al-Mukalla as their bases. Although the country is considered poor by most standards, many tourists visit and therefore there are many hotels in Yemen to stay at. The locals are very hospitable and kind. In the small villages such as Ibb or Mokha, the birthplace of mocha coffee, the people are welcoming. Hauf National Park and the beautiful beaches in al-Mukalla or al-Khawkhah are major attractions. In the tourist areas there are signs in English. Other popular visitor spots include Socotra, a pristine island off the south coast where many rare and completely unique specimens of flora and fauna are found. For ancient history, Kawkaban is an old fortress city to the northwest of Sana'a which offers much evidence of its heyday in the Himyar era. The mud city of Sa'dah in the far north offers buildings that stay cool in the usual heat and warm in the chilling winters.