'Where is Comoros' is one of the major questions asked by tourists, who wish to visit places a little further away from the tourist trail. The geographical location of Comoros is 12°10' South Latitude and 44°15' East Longitude. The location of Comoros is the global position of 4 islands of the archipelago that make up the country. The islands are situated along the northwest to southeast axis at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel. The precise position of the island could be computed between the African coast and the island of Madagascar. Comoros falls into the UTC +3 time zone.
The advantage of Comoros location is that the country could be visited all around the year. Tourists entering the tropical country from colder climes may prefer to visit the country during the winter season. The winter season extends from the month of May to the month of November. The Union of the Comoros consists of 3 islands, Nzwani, Ngazidja and Mwali. There is another island named Mayotte. This island, Mayotte is administered by France. The largest island Ngazidja is 40 kilometers distant from Mwali Island. Ngazidja Island is 80 kilometers distant from Nzwani. The great distances make communication difficult between the islands.
The country of Comoros is in the Africa continent and the latitude and longitude for the country are 12.0236° S, 43.8069° E.
The neighboring countries of Comoros are:
- French Southern and Antarctic Lands
Last Updated on 12 February 2013