Lonely Planet destination guide is an online travel guide. Here you will find comprehensive travel information about the Comoros. The information is organized in the same manner as in the books, but contains less indepth information. Look here for information about culture, history, people, transport, money and maps of Comoros. There’s also a travel forum, a collection of travel links and an image gallery.
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WTG provides detailed travel information and articles about Comoros. In the left menu you will find guides sorted by theme and with the menu on the right side provides the table of contents for Comoros: overview, passport and visa, money, health, accommodation, going out, getting around, climate, map and images, travel advice and more. You can also create a miniguide that you can print.
This guide about Comoros is made by travelers for other travelers and tourists. You can edit this World66 guide by clicking on the  button. The Comoros guide covers the following travel themes: general travel information, map, history, practical info, economy, health, people, books and a photo gallery.
Here you will find a nice online travel guide about Comoros. WordTravels guides provide information about the following topics: introduction, facts, health, contact, airports, map, weather, currency, visa, photos and flights. There are separate pages for activities, regions and cities in Comoros, activities and travel reviews.
A general travel guide to the comoros with practical information about transport and accommodation, pictures, climate, geography, news and info about the following islands: Ngazidja (Grande Comore, Mwali (Moheli), Nzwani (Anjouan) en Maore (Mayotte).