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.

Green Destination workshop series launched on Chumbe Island

Chumbe Island hosts tourism professionals from Zanzibar for the first in a series of engaging sustainability workshops on award winning Chumbe Island

How Chumbe Island is responding to COVID-19

The team on Chumbe Island follows strict Health, Safety and Hygiene Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the Management of COVID-19

Island-themed song competition in Zanzibar

On the occasion of World Oceans Day 2021, Chumbe Island Coral Park is launching a creative song competition about the beauty of Zanzibar archipelago

Project: 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

BIOPAMA project funding for 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

Exclusive Private Island Hire

Learn more about our private Island hire of Chumbe Island, allowing for an exclusive get-away in complete privacy, surrounded by breathtaking nature.

Chumbe Island – Start of New Season Special Offer

Start of Season Special Offer only available when booking directly through our email Book@chumbeisland.com

Art competition Zanzibari adults and youth

Chumbe Island Coral Park is launching a creative art and video competition for local school children. 

Help with Research into Chumbe

Help Chumbe’s Enock Kayagambe and Leeds Becket University with the research study into the motivations of Chumbe guests

The Big Five of Chumbe – A Citizen Science project goes online

Chumbe Island, we have recently developed a new online survey for capturing observational data related to our resident and visiting marine megafauna (which are turtles, reef sharks, stingrays, large groupers and dolphins) that is designed so that also visitors can actively participate in our marine conservation efforts now!