Mahore is an island in the Comoros archipelago. The island is administered by France and has the Euro as its currency. The island of Mahore in Comoros is popularly known by its French name- Mayotte.
Mahore is administered by France. The island attracts adventure loving tourists from Europe. The balmy tropical weather is a bonus for visitors from colder climes. The adventure minded visitor to Mahore Island may explore the underwater coral reefs to his or her heart’s content. The coral reefs are a veritable storehouse of marine life. Beach lovers may luxuriate at one of the many tropical beaches of the island. Scuba-diving equipment are available. The lagoon on Mayotte Island could be explored by dugout canoe.
The interiors of Mahore also attracts the nature loving tourist. The central part of Mayotte is mountainous and is a source of freshwater streams. The waterfall at Sulu crashes directly into the Indian Ocean. The mountainous region has a wide variety of vegetation. The more energetic tourist may relish a climb to the summit of Mount Choungui. Tsingoni is the site of an old mosque. The 19th century sugar refineries have their own unique historical charm. The seasonal attractions of Mahore include the Humpback whales that visit the area from August to September.