Comoros - Travel and Tourism
This little-known outpost (pronounced “Co-MORE-oh”; the s is silent) in the Mozambique Channel teems with wildlife and is waiting to be explored.
The name Moroni translates as “in the heart of the fire“; that is because the city is so close to Mount Karthala, an active volcano.
Comoros is tropical with relatively constant and stable weather. It has two seasons: the wet season is warmer and lasts from December to April.
American travelers to Comoros are required to have a visa and a ticket to leave Comoros.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
Because of violence during recent demonstrations, it is best to avoid such gatherings and large crowds.
Comoros is located in the Mozambique Channel, off the eastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean.
The National Museum of Comoros is dedicated to the heritage and culture of the country.