The National Marine Park of Moheli offers plenty opportunity to discover the treasures of biodiversity. Bird watchers can observe many endemic species Blue Vanga (Cyanolanius madagascarinus comorensis), Mohéli Scops Owl (Otus moheliensis) and Benson's Brush Warbler (Nesillas mariae); there is a good chance you will see Maki, the Comorian lemur, and the Livingston bat. The Livingston bats (Pteropus livingstoniiare) are giant fruit eating bats with a wing span of up to 1,5m.
You may try our new exploratory hike, departing near the airport (upon arrival – we take care of your luggage), directly to the Lodge along the primary forest. You will see many typical fruit trees and plants, such as vanilla, pepper, cloves, cinnamon and pineapple. On the top of the mountain range you can see the impressive Karthala volcano of Grande Comore.
A hike in the subtropical forest and for those who have good legs to the primary forest is a must.