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Zanzibar has two distinct ecoregions that are recognised by the World Wildlife Fund. One is the Northern Zanzibar-Inhambane forest which extends along the coast of South Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania and the two islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Unguja. the other is the Southern Zanzibar-Inhambane first which runs from southern Tanzania to the coast of Mozambique. Read More →

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Due to its unique location as an archipelago off of the coast of East Africa, and long history of being a shipping port, Zanzibar has historically consisted of a mixture of Arab, African and Indian cultures. This can be found in the people of Zanzibar but also in its architecture. Stone Town, one of the Read More →