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Mayotte hosts some of the most stunning coastal landscapes and color contrasts of the entire Indian Ocean and draws culture and flavor from the Comorian, Malagasy, French, of course, Arab, and all-around Island influences and foods of the area. You can visit today’s beaches, baobabs, lemurs, lovely people, viewpoints, and taste, eat and drink your way to contentment today with a buffet of sites and delight.
A visit to the Botanical Garden of Coconi will introduce you to the main fragrances and scents of Maoré. Thus, the guide will introduce you to the mysteries of Ylang-Ylang, or how from this tortured-looking tree we get the precious “juice” thanks to its yellow flowers with six petals and such an intoxicating smell.
Proceed to Mont Combani and its primary forest to enjoy its panoramic view over the entire interior of the Island with a view of the Lagoon and Petite Terre on the horizon overlooking the entire South Main and Bouéni bay.
Continue to the Musical Plage to see the largest baobab trees on the island. You’ll see two species of the baobabs: African Baobab & Malagasy Baobabs. Later you will head to Le M’haju Restaurant for lunch. You will have some time to chill and relax at the beach.
The Bouéni peninsula is at the south of Mayotte but stretches 4kilometers to the north, facing sada town and partly close to the magnificent Bay of Bouéni. Visit the Peninsula along with the fishing villages located on the coast from Majiméouni to Mzouazia.
Mamoudzou concentrates on the island’s businesses and services. Located on the two caves separated by Mahabo point with approximately 6,200 inhabitants.
Your visit will begin at Dzaoudzi village with approximately 13,000 inhabitants and buildings of colonial-era in Mayotte. You will as well visit the Hotel “Le Rocher,” the former boarding house which is now the heritage house, and the old post office that dates back to 1845 and head to the port harbor for your onward cruise