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Tumbatu is an island in the Zanzibar archipelago where almost nobody gets to go. However, I happen to be very privileged on this matter. The company I work for, Zantours , is one of the first and most respected destination management companies on Zanzibar. In 20 years of activity, they have built for themselves a spotless reputation, not only among overseas tour operators, but also throughout the local communities. So much so, that they are now the only company allowed to take tourists and guests to Tumbatu island on a regular basis.
No need to explain how lucky and excited I felt, when they asked me to go on their Tumbatu tour to take promotional destination photos of this unique place and people. Definitely nothing close to the photos I came back with, after a day of shooting away there. So here I am, the happiest photographer in the world…. We met at Mkokotoni fish market, the closest harbor to Tumbatu and one of the most lively trading hubs on the island.
Our lovely guide Mamba took us through the crowd of fisherman and buyers and let us watch how the catch of the day get auctioned and the prices set. Just a few meters from there, between the market and the shore, skilled carpenters were working on building a dhow, the typical East African vessel, mostly made of mangrove wood and waterproofed with cotton and coconut oil.
At low tide, we had to walk on the muddy shore for a few meters before reaching the boat that would take us across to Tumbatu….
The 2km ride was already stunning, with the beautiful shores of the island getting closer and clearer. A few meters away from our drop off, we started seeing a long parade of women, walking towards the island from a small sand bank which was about to be swallowed by the raising tide.