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Comoros Culture, Cuisine, Best Beaches and Bites Tour from Moroni

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1 day
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Moroni
Moroni
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Start your day with a pick-up at your selected hotel on Grande Comore Island and a staff briefing , then drive around the island’s ring road to explore towns, mosques, markets, history, best food, and off the beaten track. Explore your favorite beaches most of the time on trips and excursions. —- And you don’t have to drive!
From here we spend the first a part of the day sweeping via the mosque of Iconi and combing the haunts and history of the authentic population of the Comoran archipelago, who brushed the repute and fortunes of the Portugese buyers and Magellan all of the manner to Captain cook dinner and the Libertalia Pirates. We head out to delve into spices and flavors that the island generates for the sector…from Chanel number five’s ylang ylang (the “flower of flowers” to bourbon vanilla (the “bourbon isles” were this chain spanning Comoros to Madagascar (where the plant turned into first grown in Nosy Be) right down to Reunion (the inventor of the pollination technique) and Mauritius. The bintang snack, coconut rolled with garlic and spices, is our evergreen favored, but there is heaps of delights to find out! We hit the white and black sand seashores of the hoop avenue and circumnavigate the volcano the rest of the day, taking in a number of the quality and most secluded spots to ultimate us up till sunset.

Comoros Culture, Cuisine, Best Beaches and Bites Tour from Moroni

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Departure & Return Location

Moroni, Grand Comore Island

Departure Time

12 noon

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
What to Expect

Start your day with a pick-up at your selected hotel on Grande Comore Island and a staff briefing , then drive around the island’s ring road to explore towns, mosques, markets, history, best food, and off the beaten track. Explore your favorite beaches most of the time on trips and excursions. —- And you don’t have to drive!
From here we spend the first a part of the day sweeping via the mosque of Iconi and combing the haunts and history of the authentic population of the Comoran archipelago, who brushed the repute and fortunes of the Portugese buyers and Magellan all of the manner to Captain cook dinner and the Libertalia Pirates. We head out to delve into spices and flavors that the island generates for the sector…from Chanel number five’s ylang ylang (the “flower of flowers” to bourbon vanilla (the “bourbon isles” were this chain spanning Comoros to Madagascar (where the plant turned into first grown in Nosy Be) right down to Reunion (the inventor of the pollination technique) and Mauritius. The bintang snack, coconut rolled with garlic and spices, is our evergreen favored, but there is heaps of delights to find out! We hit the white and black sand seashores of the hoop avenue and circumnavigate the volcano the rest of the day, taking in a number of the quality and most secluded spots to ultimate us up till sunset.

Itinerary

We will start at any hotel of your choice in the island, and head to the Iconi mosque first, where we will spend half a day meandering in the markets and mosques and labyrinthine sinews of the Comorian towns and souks. We will taste some snacks and spices/flavors that are famed and endemic (and historic) in Comoros too, and then hit the ring road to circle the island’s black and white sand beaches while gazing up at the monstrous volcanic slopes of might Mt Karthala at the base.

Many fully endemic plants and birds, all rare because they evolved on remote islands, inhabit forests and around coastal rocky outcrops. Today we will try to find them in nature while walking and on cliffs.

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