Comoros

By plane
By plane

Comores Aviation (http://www.comoresaviation.com)

Air Services Comores - email to Mrs. Fatima: airservice@comorestelecom.km

Contact and flight schedules are subject to change. Find here more information: (http://www.lakalodge.com/...)

A return flight between the islands costs between €115 Air Services Comores and €115 Comores Aviation. On Grande Comore all flights depart from Hahaya Airport about 40 minutes drive from Moroni.

By ship
By ship

There is a boat that runs from Chindini, on the southern coast of Grand Comore, to Hoani, on the northern coast of Moheli. These boats are small fiberglass fishing boats with boat and engines in variable condition. They should be taken only on days when the sea is calm, as passengers have been forced to off-load baggage into the sea and rumor has it that some boats have been lost. However, these boats are generally safe to take on calm days. The price is 8,500 KmF as of March 2008 roughly €15, though opening quotes will be 15,000 KmF for foreigners. There is an additional 500 KmF council departure tax which may or may not be legitimate.

More convenient are large ferries two or three per week from Moroni to Foumboni on Moheli. Prices are posted at 8,000 KmF, slightly negotiable.

There is also a boat that runs from the east coast of Grand Comore to Anjouan. It is a larger, safer ferry boat.

By bus
By bus

The island of Grand Comore has no public transportation system and no buses. Hitch-hiking is the most common mode of "public" transport.

By car
By car

It is possible to rent cars on Grand Comore for approximately €30 or KMF 15,000 a day. It is also possible to take taxis standard fare from the airport to Moroni approx: €15 or attempt to hitch-hike. If hitch-hiking especially as a Caucasian tourist some fee may be demanded. As the locals have no access to public transport and children have to walk to and from school, tourists with a car may wish to consider aiding hitch-hikers. Petrol costs less than €10 per bottle.