Ufukwe - Beach
Familiar to many, known to a lot less – Zanzibar is an incredible archipelago located in the Indian Ocean, about 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania. It is believed that it once formed a part of the African continent about 5 to 2 million years ago, but since its separation, it became encircled by the ocean.The climate is as expected – tropical, insular, and highly humid, with periods of heavy rains that last through the spring. Once you come closer to the island, you will notice both low vegetation and dense evergreen forests. This allows many animals to live there. Some of the most popular varieties of wild animals include the leopard, a type peculiar to Zanzibar, lemur, monkeys, mongooses, pygmy antelopes, the African pig, civet cats, forest duiker, about 20 types of bats, and more than 30 types of snakes.
Parasites, insects, and pests are all part of this island too. They have been the subject of control and research for many years now, as Zanzibar has proven to be a blank canvas for discovering new species.Another aspect that you can experience while you are there is fish – plenty of fish delicacies! Also, there are local crops, such as tropical fruits, rice, yams, cloves, and coconuts, which compose delightful culinary specialties.Once you visit Zanzibar Island, you will find that the Bantu-speaking people, called Hadimu, inhabit the southern and eastern parts of the land. It is truly an important experience that will make way for a new culture and an alternative way of living.And finally, if you wish to simply relax, Zanzibar’s beaches – which are the top Tanzania tourist attractions, will caress all of your senses and fill you with tranquillity.
When you play the flute in Zanzibar all Africa dances.