The small island of Anjouan is extremely picturesque with steep mountains covered in vegetation (mostly plantations and gardens), palm fringed shoreline, and scruffy villages. Trekking across the island is possible, but if that seems too adventurous for you, there is the option of exploring the island along the ring road, which circumvents the island - though cutting corners at all of the three ends (Anjouan is shaped like a triangle). This can be done by either minibus or simply walking. A full circle by minibus takes about 6 hours, though you will have to change minibus in both Moya and Domoni, but you probably want to break up the journey in both Moya and Domoni, where there also are accommodation to find. If you choose to only hike one stretch, the one from Moya to the intersection before M'rémani over Col de Moya is particularly pretty with views over the wild coastline, Mozambique Channel and glimps of Mohéli in the horizon. It takes about four hours to hike uphill along the hairpin-twisting road from Moya to the pass of Col de Moya (895 m) and another hour to the intersection, where you can grab a minibus or shared taxi to Domoni.