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Tourism in the Comoros
The tourism sector in Comoros is not enjoying a major development in recent times, due to the political tension that the country is going through, yet it is still an important center for attracting visitors and tourists; it includes many picturesque landscapes, attractive beaches, Cultural places, ancient historical monuments, and others. Statistics for 2002 indicate that the number of tourists on the Comoros Islands was about 18,936 tourists, with a revenue value of about $ 11 million.
The most important tourist attractions in the Comoros
The Comoros country includes many attractions, and the following are mentioned for their most important:
Old Friday Mosque
The Old Friday Mosque is located in Moroni, the capital of the Union of Comoros Islands, specifically in the area overlooking Harbor Bay, and it is an archeological mosque dating back to 1427 AD. It is worth noting that Islamic occasions are celebrated in this mosque, such as Ramadan, Eid Al-Fitr, and others.
Mount Karthala is located on the island of Grande Comore, and it rises in an active volcano near its southern end with a height of 2,361 meters (7,646 feet), and is thus considered the highest summit in the Union of Comoros, as it represents an important destination for tourists and visitors.
Trees and plants
There are many types of plants, flowers, and fruit trees, such as: mango, banana, and coconut trees, in addition to mangroves in coastal areas, mahogany trees and orchids orchards are found on the rugged slopes and slopes of mountains, while mountain peaks grow on it. The broom, lichens, and others, while the aromatic plants spread in large parts of the islands, including: jasmine, plumeria,
Chomoni Beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches of the Union of Comoros. It is characterized by a wonderful atmosphere and stunning natural landscapes, where soft white sand, dark rocks and pure sea water appear in cyan-blue color.