Comoros ranks third among the smallest nations of Africa by area, a GDP of $600 million, with an estimated population of around 799,000 inhabitants.
Comoros gained independence in 1975, though there have been riddles of unrests but has begun to experience an increase in foreign investment and tourism over the recent years.
The small outpost is teemed with wildlife looking to be explored. It is not meant for the faint-hearted or a compartment for the Ritz, but the amazing beaches and the chances to encounter the beaten path make the trip to Comoros unforgettable.
It features cool, secluded and booze free atmosphere and offers a magical gateway for intending travelers. Comoros is endowed with vegetation, while it represents the worlds perfume essence producer of about 65%, being made from the flourishing jasmine, nutmeg, vanilla and cloves to name few.
The islands boast of a volcanic origin and coral reefs all around, and the more willing travelers can visit the Mount Karthala top or enjoy the wide range of water sports. New guests to the islands will be amazed by the amazing experience it has to offer. For those that love nature and are tired of the stressful artificial city lifestyle and searching for some cool natural place to while away time, Comoros Islands will be the right place for an escape to a cool untouched atmosphere filled with waterfalls, coral reefs and picture-square town.
It is wet from October to April, while the northern islands bring warmth to the setting. The highest rainfall is recorded during December to April that is when the temperature increases from the mean temperature in wet season to hot one in March.
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