A dhow is a traditional sailing vessel that has been used for centuries by fishing and trading communities along the coast of East Africa. In Zanzibar, dhows hold a special place in the island’s rich history and culture. They continue to be used for fishing and transportation, as well as offer visitors an opportunity to experience the local maritime culture.
Wesha Harbour is a bustling port on the island of Pemba in Tanzania’s Zanzibar Archipelago. It serves as a hub for local fishermen and commercial activities, providing access to rich fishing grounds and facilitating transportation of goods. Visitors can witness the vibrant fishing industry, admire the scenic surroundings, and partake in activities like snorkeling and boating. Wesha Harbour offers both a glimpse into the local fishing culture and a chance to appreciate Pemba’s natural beauty.
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