*Kish ( About this is a 91.5-square-kilometre (35.3 sq mi) resort island in Bandar Lengeh County, Hormozgān Province off the southern coast of Iran in the Persian Gulf . Owing to its free trade zone status, the island is touted as a consumer’s paradise, with numerous malls, shopping centres, tourist attractions, and resort hotels. It has an estimated population of 26,000 residents and about 1 million visitors annually.
Kish Island is the third most-visited vacation destination in Southwest Asia, after Dubai and Sharm el-Sheikh. Tourists from many—but not all—foreign nationals who are not from countries for which Iran typically requires a visa wishing to enter Kish Free Zone from legal ports are exempt from having to obtain a visa. For those travelers, upon-arrival travel permits are stamped valid for 14 days by Kish officials.
*eshm, also spelled Qishm, Persian Jazīreh-ye qeshm, Arabic Jazīrat al-Ṭawīlah, largest island in the Persian Gulf, belonging to Iran. The Arabic name means “long island.” It lies parallel to the Iranian coast, from which it is separated by the Clarence Strait (Torʿeh-ye Khvorān). With an area of 460 square miles (1,200 square km), it has an irregular outline and a generally rocky coast except for sandy bays and mud flats fringing the northwest. Irregular table-topped hills almost cover Qeshm; several are over 900 feet (270 metres) high and one, Kīsh Kūh, reaches 1,331 feet (406 metres). Salt is mined on the southeastern coast, and there are naphtha springs. The island is mostly barren, but cereals, vegetables, melons, and dates are grown, and there is fishing and weaving. A sheikh of the Banū Maʿīn tribe administers the island for the Iranian government.
- Water ski (ski skis)
- Flare board of the newest Kish water entertainment
- Scuba diving and seeing a beautiful underwater world
- Shuttle and Bonna Riding
- Parasol; Umbrella on the Gulf
- Submarine scooter Experience pure submarine
- Jet Ski is one of the most exciting water recreation Kish