Chumbe Island celebrates marine conservation area achievements under the BIOPAMA project

In an official closing ceremony Chumbe Island Coral Park, alongside Tanzanian Cartoonist, Meddy presented conservation success stories of Chumbe’s Youth Ranger Skill development program as well as fishing communities who participated in the long-term environmental-education program.

True Nature Yoga Retreat at Chumbe Island

Join us for a weekend of yoga, surrounded by unique biodiversity and serenity!

Ocean Art Contest – Get creative and celebrate World Oceans Day 2022 with us!

Chumbe Island Coral Park (CHICOP) in cooperation with the Ministry of Blue Economy and Fisheries Zanzibar
and the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) is organizing an art contest as part of
the UN World Oceans Day 2022

‘Green Destination’ newsletters about sustainable tourism practices in Zanzibar

Sustainable tourism in Zanzibar newsletters (incl. kids activities) as part of Chumbe Island’s Green Destination campaign

Ranger symposium: “Tuhifadhi pamoja” facilitated by Rangers, for Rangers

Ranger symposium: “Tuhifadhi pamoja” facilitated by Rangers, for Rangers will take place on Chumbe Island on 24th March 2022

Chumbe Island celebrates community swimming program participants and environmental champions

In an official certification ceremony at the Old Fort in Stone Town on Saturday January 22nd 2022, Chumbe Island Coral Park and its swimming partners Panje and FitPit celebrated the 300 participants of their community swimming program as well as community members who contributed to a series of environmental competitions.

Free ‘Green Destination’ resources for sustainable tourism in Zanzibar

Supporting documents for sustainable tourism in Zanzibar as part of Chumbe Island’s Green Destination campaign

Call for application: Youth ranger skill development program

Chumbe Island offers ten youth fishers, who are economically impacted by the pandemic, a skill development course with tangible skills that will increase their employability in conservation and marine tourism.

Project Update: Protection of the Chumbe Island nature reserve from increased poaching threats due to COVID-19’s impacts on Zanzibar’s economy and Chumbe’s compromised park management

Updates from the BIOPAMA project involving ranger trainings, educational activities and new ranger equipment.

New report reveals Chumbe Island to be a biodiversity hotspot

Survey reveals stunning range of species in the Closed Forest Reserve on Chumbe Island. Managed by CHICOP, the park is considered one of the most effectively protected in Africa, and hosts the most intact area of coral rag forest in the whole of Zanzibar archipelago.