Now, more than ever, the marine environment needs to be secured to support local fisheries to meet communities’ food needs; and habitats need to remain secured to support generations beyond this critical time. Therefore, we can’t give up but we need YOUR support to keep our dream alive!!
The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the tourism industry globally. To date (20.03.2020) there is only one confirmed case of Coronavirus in Zanzibar. Nonetheless, travel restrictions in many countries, and the need to self-isolate for many in the coming weeks has resulted in many tourists leaving Zanzibar to return home.
Chumbe Island recognized as the 2019 winner in “Best in Supporting Conservation” at the Zanzibar Tourism Awards
Top Hotel News reports on 5 biodiverse destinations around the world
Chumbe Island and cross-island innovators, Seaweed Center in Paje, are “eco-stays and long-term sustainable projects that are changing the way travelers enjoy Zanzibar’s marine life and beaches.”
Chumbe Island recognized as the 2019 Winner at the Responsible Tourism Tanzania Awards
Six (6!) new volumes of underwater photo guides focusing solely on the reef fish, sea turles and invertebrates in the Chumbe MPA.
gestalten features an in-depth interview with Chumbe Island
founder Sibylle Riedmiller to find out why she made it her
life mission to create the Chumbe Island Coral Park
marine protected area.
Read the article here
Ulli Kloiber and Khamis Khalfan featured in new videos that explore the challenges and protection approaches to marine life in Zanzibar
Since 1996, over 10,000 Zanzibar students and community members visited Chumbe Island because of guest visits