The Comoros Islands – a lost place in the Indian Ocean where one can briefly forget about the achievements of civilization.
Despite the abundance of white sandy beaches, warm sea, and stunning nature, this destination is not popular among tourists. Travelers often prefer to go to neighboring Madagascar or Mayotte—the only Comorian island that remains under French jurisdiction.
Comoros attracts adventure enthusiasts unaffected by underdeveloped infrastructure, neglected coastlines, and broken roads. Here, one can climb to the summit of a volcano, observe whales, see ancient fossilized fish, and immerse themselves in the unique lifestyle of the local Muslim population.