8 days in Comoros Itinerary

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Moroni, Grande Comore
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Moya, Anjouan
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Moroni, Grande Comore — 3 nights

Moroni is the largest city, federal capital and seat of the government of the Union of the Comoros, a sovereign archipelago nation in the Indian Ocean. You'll discover tucked-away gems like Mitsoudje and Mssihiri wa Cheik Ahmed Mosque. There's still lots to do: get impressive views of Mount Karthala, contemplate in the serene atmosphere at Grande Mosquée de Moroni, and browse the exhibits of National Museum of the Comoros.

To find maps, where to stay, and tourist information, refer to the Moroni road trip site.

Oslo, Norway to Moroni is an approximately 25-hour flight. Due to the time zone difference, you'll lose 2 hours traveling from Oslo to Moroni. Prepare for warmer weather when traveling from Oslo in December: high temperatures in Moroni hover around 38°C and lows are around 28°C. You will leave for Moya on the 12th (Mon).
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Moya, Anjouan — 2 nights

Moya is a town located on the island of Anjouan in the Comoros. Kick off your visit on the 13th (Tue): take your sightseeing to a higher altitude at Ntingui Mountain Peak and then stroll through Plage de Moya.

To find photos, maps, other places to visit, and tourist information, you can read our Moya trip planning app.

Explore your travel options from Moroni to Moya with the Route module. On the 14th (Wed), you'll travel back home.
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Comoros travel guide

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Nature & Parks · Sacred & Religious Sites · Dolphin & Whale Watching
Exotic Comoros offers a different take on the archetypal paradise island. The remote collection of varied landmasses endured a turbulent history, with nearly 20 coups since its independence in 1975. The political situation has calmed in recent years, allowing tourism in Comoros to develop thanks to a good offering of white-sand beaches, volcanic peaks, and underwater worlds rich in wildlife. Devoutly Muslim, the locals frown upon the consumption of alcohol and bare skin--few foreign tourists are bothered by this, as most come for the off-the-beaten track adventuring rather than beach-bar relaxation.
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