The northern part of the island is mostly low hills, dunes, and grassland. More south towards the mountains are mangroves and lush forests.
The southern part of the island is traversed by the Qenber mountain range, with the tallest peaks being Hundur-Ag (890 m), Kicik-Ag (640 m) and Qaya-Ag (510m).
The western and southern coasts are mostly hard stone with rough cliffs.
The island has been inhabited for thousands of years, with earliest settlements being humans and halflings as early as five thousand years ago.
In recent years, the island has been occupied by the Order of Masaran.