Arabian Sea The Arabian Sea is a northwestern extension of the Indian Ocean, positioned between India, Oman, Pakistan and Yemen, and Cape Guardafui in far northeastern Somalia. The sea connects with the Persian Gulf through the Gulf of Oman and the Strait of Hormuz. In the southwest, the Gulf of Aden connects it with the Red Sea. The most significant ports in the Arabian Sea include Karachi, Pakistan, and Mumbai, India.
Nagwa Point is the S extremity of Diu Island, about 3.5 miles E of Diu Head. It is a dark bluff, with cliffs 9.1 to 12.2m high, rising to a 20m summit marked by a bush. Shoal water, over which the sea breaks occasionally, extends about 0.3 mile WSW from Nagwa Point.
Diu Head, a rocky bluff about 30m high, can be identified by the lighthouse, two long buildings, and a small temple lying near its summit. From this summit the land slopes gradually E, terminating in a rocky point, on which there is a cairn, 8m high.