Nungwi is a charming litte village at the northern tip of Zanzibar.
The 'boat yard' in Nungwi with its tapping and tamping and seemingly casual activity calls for photographs. At sunset about 50 boats leave from Nungwi, all of them with white sails at a certain angle, to go deep sea fishing at night: another beautiful sight.
The aquarium on the north coast of Nungwi near the ligthouse, rears small turtles found on the beach until they are large enough and then released to survive in the sea. The aquarium is a natural pond with seawater that seeps through the cliff at high tide.
- Kendwa is 3 km to the south, and quieter.
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