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Explore Comoros in 6 days

Explore Comoros in 6 days

The Comoros is a volcanic archipelago off Africa’s east coast, in the warm Indian Ocean waters of the Mozambique Channel. The nation state’s largest island, Grande Comore (Ngazidja) is ringed by beaches and old lava from active Mt. Karthala volcano. Around the port and medina in the capital, Moroni, are carved doors and a white colonnaded mosque, the Ancienne Mosquée du Vendredi, recalling the islands’ Arab heritage. It became part of the French colonial empire in the end of 19th century before becoming independent in 1975. Officials languages are French and Arabic. Arabic and French are also official languages, along with Comorian. Arabic is widely known as a second language, being the language of Quranic teaching. French is the administrative language and the language of all non-Quranic formal education. Comoros is very unique island found nowhere else and less visited by tourists as it considered untouched and unexplored and also less discovered but absolutely gorgeous and beautiful



Day 1: Arrival to Moroni 


Greet at the airport and transfer to check in at hotel Retaj Moroni. City tour, visit famous Medina with its narrow streets and colorful material shops


Duration: 6 hours

Meals included: • Lunch

Accommodation included: Retaj Moroni Hotel


Day 2: Moroni to Moheli


 Breakfast and transfer to airport for flight to Moheli, the treasure of Comoros, transfer to hotel Laka Lodge. Night in Hotel.


Domestic flight included. Lunch and dinner at Lake Lodge included.  

Accommodation included: Laka Lodge in Moheli, Comoros


Day 3: Moheli, Comoros


Breakfast and optional tours like diving in the marine park. Here you can participate in diving or chose many various opportunities from seeing sea turtles or have hike in the mountains or have boat ride around Moheli. Those activities are optionals. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included.

Accommodation included: Laka Lodge. Moheli, Comoros


Day 4: Moheli to Moroni


You'll be flying back from Moheli to Moroni- Full day tour of the island upon arrival. After an early breakfast at Lake Lodge in Moheli you'll be transferred to Bandar Salama airport for your flight to Moroni. Full day of sightseeing on Grande Comores. Volo Volo Market, Krthala Volcano. After we visit Mbni to encounter lemurs and tortoise During this tour you will travel through the idyllic countryside visiting plantations and fishing villages. Itsandra has a lovely setting near the water, and the town itself was once the ancient capital of the island, complete with royal tombs and a fortress. You will continue to the slopes of the Karthala volcano with a panoramic view at Bahani and proceed to The high plateau of Diboini to view seven extinct volcanoes. You will visit the agricultural cooperative at Mbeni, with its lemurs and experience the traditional folk dances at Mbeni. The tour takes you to the famous beach of Bouni where you will have a barbecue lunch and continue to the famous Dragon rocks with a panoramic view of the turtles' island. You will visit the salt lake "Lac Salé" which is known to heel skin diseases. After this you will get a chance to visit the ylang ylang distillery and the mangroves and Baobab bottles at Domoni before going back to Retaj Hotel for overnight.

Meals included: • Lunch • Breakfast

Accommodation included: Retaj Moroni Hotel


Day 5: Moroni, Comoros 


Breakfast and day fee at leisure. You can explore the beauty of Retaj, swim in hotel's swimming pool or stroll around the village.


Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch

Accommodation included: Retaj Moroni Hotel


Day 6: Moroni, Comoros


 Breakfast and transfer to the airport for your international flight. This concludes your 6 days, 5 nights in Comoros Islands.


Cancellation policy: Full refund within 7 days of booking, minus credit card processing fees.  After that no refund will be provided.


    Despite the country's turbulent politics, Comoros is one of the safest destinations in Africa. Rarely visited by tourists, it is considered one of the undiscovered, untouched, and unique destinations globally. Comorian cuisine blends African, Arab, and European styles, incorporating a variety of spices. Coconut-based dishes are common, and the seafood is both excellent and abundant. If you have specific dietary requirements, please notify us before your departure. While we strive to accommodate, we cannot guarantee fulfillment. Meal costs may vary depending on location and restaurant type, with local off-the-beaten-track establishments often being more budget-friendly. ATMs are available in Grande Comore and Anjouan, and the local currency is the Comoros Franc (KMF).

    The months of December through April are hot and humid, while June, July, and August are cooler. A valid travel insurance policy, not included in the tour price, is required, and obtaining one is traveller  responsibility

$4 000,00Pris
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