Tumbatu Island

Tumbatu Island, the third-largest island in the Zanzibar Archipelago, is a hidden gem off the coast of Tanzania, steeped in rich history and unique culture. Known for its secluded beaches, lush vegetation, and vibrant local life, Tumbatu offers a tranquil retreat from the bustling mainland. The island’s inhabitants, the Watumbatu people, are renowned for their traditional Goma music and dance, which visitors can experience firsthand. Tumbatu’s historical significance is evident in its ancient ruins, including those of the medieval Swahili town of Jongowe. The island is also home to a variety of marine life, making it a paradise for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. With its blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and historical intrigue, Tumbatu Island offers a unique and immersive experience for travelers seeking to explore the lesser-known facets of the Zanzibar Archipelago.

North-west Coast of Zanzibar

Enjoy Zanzibar with Zuri

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