US State Dept Travel Advisory
The US Department of State currently recommends US citizens exercise normal precautions in Comoros.. Consult its website via the link below for updates to travel advisories and statements on safety, security, local laws and special circumstances in this country.
US citizens should make sure their passport is valid at the date of their entering the country. They should also make sure they have at least 2 blank pages in their passport for any entry stamp and or visa that will be required. A visa is required, but US citizen travelers may obtain the visa upon entering the country.
US does not have an embassy in Comoros; the US Ambassador to Madagascar is accredited to Comoros; US citizens may call US Dept of State (202)-501-4444 for emergencies; alternate contact is the Embassy in Madagascar  20 23 480 00; US Embassy in Antananarivo, Lot 207, Point Liberty, A – Andranoro – Antehiroka, 105 Antananarivo
Local Emergency Phone
Local numbers only
See WHO recommendations
Tropical marine; rainy season (November to May)
Comoros francs (KMF)
220 V / 50 Hz / plug types(s): C, E
Arabic, French, Shikomoro (a blend of Swahili and Arabic)
Sunni Muslim 98%, other 2%
UTC+3 (8 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)
Opt for bottled water
International Driving Permit
Road Driving Side
Mohéli; Fomboni; Anjouan; Grande Comore; Mount Karthala; Moroni
Soccer, basketball, tennis
It is considered disrespectful for women to show their shoulders, stomach, lower back, knees, or chest.
Tips of 10% are appreciated for good service.
Please visit the following links to find further information about your desired destination.
World Health Organization (WHO) - To learn what vaccines and health precautions to take while visiting your destination.
US State Dept Travel Information - Overall information about foreign travel for US citizens.
To obtain an international driving permit (IDP). Only two organizations in the US issue IDPs:
American Automobile Association (AAA) and American Automobile Touring Alliance (AATA)
How to get help in an emergency?
Contact the nearest US embassy or consulate, or call one of these numbers:
from the US or Canada - 1-888-407-4747 or from Overseas - +1 202-501-4444
Page last updated: Monday, April 25, 2022