Hendorabi is a small island located between Kish and Lavan islands in the waters of the Persian Gulf.
Hendorabi has clear coastal waters that are great for swimming and bathing, especially in winter when the weather is relatively sunny and warm here. There is also a small village in the eastern part of the island. There are several Sacred fig trees in the middle of the island.
Recently, a number of Kish travelers come to Hendorabi on a separate one-day tour, sometimes by boat and sometimes by plane, which has been launched between the island of Hindurabi and Kish.
A hotel and restaurant have also been opened on the east coast of Hindurabi Island, which welcomes tourists on one-day tours of Kish.
We arrived in Hendorabi island by speedboat from the coastal village of Chiruyeh village, which took twenty minutes, and disembarked on the south coast of the island. We camped overnight on this beach and the next day we made the most of the enjoyable swimming in the clear waters and playing on its sandy beach.
At night, on the shore of the island, we saw a lot of these little crabs that go in the skin of oysters and snails.