The island country of Comoros sits on the Indian Ocean and the eastern coastline of Africa. While often considered a single entity, it actually consists of three islands, namely Moheli, Grand Comore, and Anjouan. It shares marine borders with Mayotte and Madagascar (southeast), Tanzania (northwest), Seychelles (northeast), and Mozambique (west). It's a small nation, at only about 720 square miles, with the exception of its contested island, Mayotte.
Many people also call it the Perfume Isles because of its bountiful flora that people can smell. It features crystalline blue waters, pristine beaches, a secret salt lake, and beautiful marine parks.