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Comoros Tourism by Night: Live concert, nightclubbing and karaoke, storytelling, folkloric dancing, and a giant barbecue

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Vicee President Djaffar AHMED SAID HASSNI of Comoros also holds the tourism portfolio for his island nation. Since assuming office, he has been working hard to reposition the island’s tourism industry and has been impressing many tourism ministers with his novel ideas.
“Comoros by Night” is set to be held on the 21st and 22 April at the “Lac Sale”, an inland saltwater lake often described as the prettiest lake of the Indian Ocean. “It is a dream evening at the Lake with a live concert, nightclubbing and karaoke, storytelling, folkloric dancing, tombola and a giant barbeque,” said a representative of Comoros Tourism.

Comoros is an exceptional group of islands and a member of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands. “Lac Sale” is also known as the “bottomless” salt lake in northern Grande Comoros. It is a lake (class H – Hydrographic) in Ile Autonome de Grande Comore (Grande Comoros) with the region font code of Americas/Western Europe. It is located at an elevation of 19 meters above sea level.

Comoros tourism industry needs more visibility for its cultural events to make news in its key tourism source markets.