With its pristine natural beauty, cultural tranquility, healthy and vibrant coral reefs and variety
of wildlife, Moheli is the smallest of the four Comorian islands with
an area of 290 km2. At 790m,
the highest point on the island is Mount Mze Koukoulé.
Mohéli, also known as Mwali, is one of the three islands which make up the Union of Comoros.
is located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa. It is the smallest of the Comoros islands.
Its population is about 38,500. Its capital city is Fomboni. Its main ethnic group, as on the other
Comoros islands Grande Comore, Anjouan and Mayotte, is the Comorian ethnic group,
a synthesis of
Bantu, Arab, Malay and Malagasy culture.
In Nioumachoua, a sanctuary of regional biodiversity, beaches and natural beauty can be found at the Moheli
Marine Park, the first national park in the Comoros. It covers an area of 404 km2 and extends
over 40 km
long. A true tropical Eden, the park is part of a community based project for the conservation of
biodiversity and sustainable development. This island chain is not just magnificent
ecologically, but also
aesthetically and therefore is very important scientifically and recreationally.