Comoras

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Comoros, Anjouan

The Comoros is a volcanic archipelago in the Indian Ocean, located in the northern Mozambique Channel between Mozambique and Madagascar. One of the Comores islands, Mahoré or Mayotte, is officially still French territory (see under Mayotte). The remaining three are: Ngazidja or Grande Comore, Mwali or Mohéli, and Nzwami or Anjouan.

There are trails up Mt. Karthala active volcano on Grande Comore, which last erupted in 2005, and hiking is magical in the cool highlands and misty rainforests of Anjouan.

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Netherlands
  • Lonely Planet Madagascar
  • Madagascar is as beautiful as it is offbeat. Hankering for luscious biodiversity and top-shelf wildlife? You've hit the jackpot - spot ring-tailed lemurs as you hike through forested canyons or glide your canoe past cliffs carpeted with sleeping bats...This guide covers: Antananarivo, Central Madagascar, Southern Madagascar, Western Madagascar,... Leer más
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • Lonely Planet Madagascar
  • Madagascar is as beautiful as it is offbeat. Hankering for luscious biodiversity and top-shelf wildlife? You've hit the jackpot - spot ring-tailed lemurs as you hike through forested canyons or glide your canoe past cliffs carpeted with sleeping bats...This guide covers: Antananarivo, Central Madagascar, Southern Madagascar, Western Madagascar,... Leer más
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Bol.com
Netherlands
  • An African Adventure Atlas
  • This text divides the African continent into 15 geographical regions which are introduced over 30 pages and serve to lead the reader into the sections of the atlas, comprising National Parks, town plans and adventure activities. For ease of reference, colour-coded "tabs" clearly identify the different secitons, which include: Morocco and the... Leer más
  • Also available from:
  • Bol.com, Belgium
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • An African Adventure Atlas
  • This text divides the African continent into 15 geographical regions which are introduced over 30 pages and serve to lead the reader into the sections of the atlas, comprising National Parks, town plans and adventure activities. For ease of reference, colour-coded "tabs" clearly identify the different secitons, which include: Morocco and the... Leer más
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