Comoros is among the world’s poorest nations and therefore visitors shouldn’t anticipate finding lavish lodging, top quality restaurants, tourist infrastructure along with other luxury amenities.
Comoros however boasts of tropical paradise weather with 2 seasons. November to April is hot and damp rich in rain fall. The rest of the year is cooler and drier, though in general, average temps within the coastal regions vary from 23C to 28C.
The people of Comoros are usually very friendly and welcoming and will be one of the things that will make your Comoros holiday worthwhile. Comoros consists of three islands. In French they are known as Grand Comore, Anjouan and Moheli, though formally they’re known by their Comorian language names that are Ngazidja, Nzwani and Mwali correspondingly. You will visit the three islands by plane or by boat. There are cheap domestic flights to Comoros with Air Services Comores and Comores Aviation.
Grand Comore also known as Ngazidja is the biggest island in Comoros, and home from the capital Moroni. Aside from being the position of the country’s international airport you will find shops in Moroni, some hotels or even a nightclub. Moroni hosts among the country’s first mosques, Badjanani Mosque.
This island’s prominent attraction is Mt Karthala an active volcano and stated to become probably the most harmful within the world. The volcano is a well known destination for hiking.
You will find numerous island towns, a number of that have what are named as ‘Medina-style’ with several winding streets and alleys. This island is known for its pefume exports besides the exotic beaches
The island of Moheli Nzwani may be the littlest from the Comoros islands. However, it’s a beautiful destination and it has many natural points of interest including mountains, whale watching, fishing, boating, diving and snorkelling about the coral reefs, and hiking across the coastlines or perhaps in the forests. You will find most of the small , traditional towns where you can aquire a true sense for the culture the ones of Comoros and you will find always possibilities to purchase in your area made crafts.
Anjouan is a stylish island locally called Mwali, though this is actually the least safe from the Comoros islands due to clashes between African Union forces and digital rebel groups.