Kish Island, Persian Gulf.
. Along Kish’s coast are coral reefs and many other small islands. The island’s surface is flat, lacking mountains or even high hills.
Climate, nature, and geobotany
Kish, like the other Persian Gulf Islands, especially the islands in the Strait of Hormuz, is located on a narrow strip of tropical vegetation in the Northern Hemisphere, with the Persian plateau to the north and the Arabian Peninsula to the south. In addition to its special geographic and climatic attributes, Kish Island, is under the sway of the semi-equatorial climate dominating this band of vegetation.
Kish’s climate is considered to be a very dry semi equatorial climate. The statistical data in the Kish free zone’s archives show that the island’s temperature varies from very hot to moderately hot, accompanied by relatively high humidity often interspersed by heavy rains of short durations in certain seasons. .
Kish is a small island but it has numerous tourist attractions.