Nioumachoua Beach

Nioumachoua Beach

Nyumashiwa (population 3,400) is the second-largest city on the Comorian island of Mohéli, after Fomboni, the capital. It is located in the southern part of the island; it is known because of the islets which are in front of the city and which are called the islets of Nyumashiwa. There are eight of them. Some of them have the most beautiful white sand beaches on the island.

The islets of Nyumashiwa that are located off the southern coast of Mohéli are the largest and best known. Their names all begin with shisiwawhich means island. They all have the same massive appearance.

Enjoy the Luxury Laka Lodge on the Nioumachoua beach Comoros

Providing sea views, Mohéli Laka Lodge in Mohéli provides accommodation, a restaurant, a bar, a shared lounge, a garden and a private beach area. The lodge features both WiFi and private parking free of charge. Mohéli Laka Lodge offers a continental or à la carte breakfast. The accommodation offers a barbecue. Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at Mohéli Laka Lodge, while cycling can be enjoyed nearby please inquire more information upon arrival at the Hotel.

How to get to Nioumachoua beach

Travellers can fly from Grande Comore Island to Mohéli and take a taxi to the Nioumachoua beach and boat options may be possible but there is a lot of hassle involved and travellers should avoid if possible as some times the Indian ocean is rough and the boat safaris delay so long.

Things to do in Nioumachoua beach

There are very many activities that can be done at the Nioumachoua beach some of them include

  • Bicycle rentals.
  • Boat tours.
  • Canoeing.
  • Scuba diving.
  • Snorkelling.
  • Volleyball.

And these activities can be easily organised by the lodges if you’re travelling with Wilderness Explorers Africa your safari will exclusively be designed with activities included.

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