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Kamaran Island is the largest island off the coast of Yemen in the Red Sea. It's a small island, just 18 kilometres long and 7 kilometres wide, and it has a flat landscape with a few hills in the south. The island is known for its hot, dry climate with average highs around 85°F (29°C) year-round. Rainfall is scarce on the island, so most visitors come during the cooler winter months, from November to March.

Historically, Kamaran was occupied by various powers due to its strategic location in the Red Sea. Today, the island has a small population of about 2,200 people. The main economic activities are fishing and pearl diving. Tourism is not a major industry in Kamaran, so there are few tourist facilities. However, the island does offer some opportunities for relaxation and recreation, such as swimming, snorkelling, and exploring the island's historical sites.

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Airports near Kamaran

Planning a trip to Kamaran? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Kamaran.

Aden International Airport

Located approximately 200 kilometres southwest of Kamaran, Aden International Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. It offers domestic and international flights to various destinations.


Sana'a International Airport

Situated around 500 kilometres northeast of Kamaran, Sana'a International Airport is another option for travellers. It serves both domestic and international flights, connecting to several major cities.


King Abdulaziz International Airport

Although a bit further away, King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is a major hub in the region. It is approximately 700 kilometres northwest of Kamaran and offers numerous international flights.


Cairo International Airport

If you are willing to take a connecting flight, Cairo International Airport in Egypt is an option. It is around 1,200 kilometres northeast of Kamaran and serves as a major international gateway to the region.

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Things to do in Kamaran

With a wide variety of attractions in Kamaran, we've narrowed it down to our top 3 selections to make your planning easier:

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Kamaran Island Beaches

Kamaran Island is known for its beautiful beaches with crystal-clear waters and soft sand. The beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, snorkelling, and other water activities. The island has several beaches to choose from, each with its own unique character. Some beaches are great for families, while others are more secluded and perfect for a romantic getaway.

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Kamaran Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kamaran Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area that is home to a variety of birds, reptiles, and mammals. The sanctuary is a great place to go bird watching, and visitors can see a variety of birds, including flamingos, ospreys, and owls. The sanctuary is also home to several species of reptiles, including snakes and lizards.

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Wreck of the Portuguese Ship

The wreck of a Portuguese ship is located off the coast of Kamaran Island. The ship is believed to have been wrecked in the 16th century, and it is a popular spot for diving and snorkelling. Divers can explore the wreck and see the remains of the ship's hull, cannons and other artefacts.

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