Comoros Islands

Comoros Islands is one of the beautiful islands gracing the African continental region aside from Madagascar and Zanzibar Island. Comoros Islands are at the western side of the Indian Ocean, approximately between the Madagascar Island and the Mozambique country that is within the African continent. Comoros Islands were a former colony of France. French is the official language. Comorian language is also spoken by the local residents, and is a Swahili language with much Arabic influence.
Comoros Islands is a group of four islands namely: Ngazidja, Mwali, Nzwani and Mahore Islands. These islands are a product of volcanic eruptions that occurred within a fissure in the ground underneath the Indian Ocean, hence has varieties of volcanic features and a rugged landscape. Comoros capital city is Moroni in Ngazidja Island.
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Comoros Islands was a resting place for sailors sailing in the Indian Ocean. With time it became a settlement for Arabs from Arabia, Indonesians, Africans and natives of Madagascar. Arabic culture was strongly adhered to and enforced by the Arabs in the Islands.
Comoros Islands is an area of vibrant and unforgettable attractions ranging from the volcanic features, applauding wildlife and the active, fun beach points along the bright blue shores spreading farther to a deep blue Indian Ocean. Ngazidja Islands is the conspicuous island of the four islands due to its large size. Here you witness the roaring active volcanic tip. South of this island is the smallest island of the four whose landmass majorly consists of a mountains range. Nzwani Island to the east of Mwali Island has a mountain and streams racing down into the Indian Ocean through the sandy beaches. The Maore Island is the only island that has a merely level landscape with slow-flowing meander streams and natural mangrove swamps.
Witness one of the amazing wonders of the world in Ngazidja and Nzwani Islands. As much as historical-animal-science concentrates on the extinct species like dinosaurs, these Comoros Islands have proved that even the Coelacanth fish that is believed to have faced extinction millions of years ago still lives in the Comoros side of the Indian Ocean. Apart from this discovery, you will find much more of interesting and applauding marine life. Experience the close view of the massive whales, fierce sharks and sail fish, to the small lively crabs, shrimps and lobsters.
The sandy beaches of the Comoros Island are frequented with lots of fun activities such as boat riding, diving, kite surfing, snorkeling and various optional ball activities like tennis. There are various wild life creatures to enjoy seeing at the coast. The majestic unique birds that grace the coast and the marine creatures within the ocean are sightings that are never ignored by tourists.

Summit crater and crater lake of Kasatochi volcano

Comoros Islands

Comoros Islands are hospitable to visitors. Exotic hotels and lodges are available for tourists who would like to spend time in these colorful Comoros Islands. . The hospitality services are of a high rating as the government of Comoros Islands applies even its advanced facilities to better the tourism services and facilities to ensure tourists have their best stay in Comoros Islands.
Comoros Islands Map

About Jugoslav Spasevski

I am a passionate travel blogger, and my main life goal is to travel around the world. Exploring tourist destinations was always my field, so i have graduated at the UNWE university in Sofia, Bulgaria and my major is Economy of tourism.

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