Photographer's Note

Zanzibar is actually an archipelago of many small islands and two larger ones, Unguja Island and Pemba Island. It is Unguja to which most people refer when they say “Zanzibar”. Zanzibar and Tanganyika amalgamated in 1964 to become the United Republic of Tanzania. The name is an obvious amalgamation of the two places. The islands are situated in the Indian Ocean just off the coast of mainland Tanzania.

After seven days on safari we drove back to Arusha for a flight to Zanzibar and some R&R to ease the sore backs. We landed on Unguja Island and drove to the north and Nungwi where we stayed for two nights in a small beach hotel.

I took this photo early one morning before breakfast about 100m from our room.

ISO200 FL52mm

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