Comoros is a very small group of islands, forming the third-smallest African country. Visitors come to Comoros to experience a blend of history, culture, and island life that is unmatched in surrounding areas. For example, you will hear the sounds of three different languages during your stay on the Comoros as the country’s three official languages are Arabic, Comorian, and French.
In addition to eclectic island life, visitors will experience the best serene beaches, breathtaking Indian Ocean views, and the opportunity to island-hop its four major islands known as Grand Comore, Moheli, Anjouan, and Mayotte. Make sure to visit Chomoni Beach and Chindini Beach, both on Grand Comore Island. These airy, picturesque beaches are postcard-worthy and are serene spots for relaxing in the sun.
If you love beach camping, then pack your tent and head to Kave Hoani or Fomboni on Moheli Island. You will find quiet pockets of sand and surf away from the busier main, Grand Comore Island. Check out the magnificent Dziancoundre Waterfall on Anjouan Island. Dine on fresh fish pulled daily from the Indian Ocean waters at one of many island restaurants and sink into a soft, luxurious bed at one of the beautiful Comoros hotels. If you are a history lover, then you will want to tour the historic Sultan's Palace in Moutsamoudou on Anjouan Island to get a little bit of island history.
Visitors will see that the hotels in Comoros fit all kinds of vacation needs, from charming beach-front rooms on Moehli Island's Nioumachoua Beach to gorgeous resorts on Grand Comore. There are cheap hotel deals in Comoros, but you will need to plan ahead of time to save money on these reservations.
Book Comoros hotel packages on all four of the main islands. Keep in mind that there is a rainy season in Comoros, which might yield better prices and rates. The dry season is from May to November.
Fish out on the Indian Ocean, enjoy an al fresco dinner, sip wine on the beach with your loved one, walk the city streets to explore the diverse culture of the country, dip your toes into the ocean, and experience the beauty of Comoros life.