BootsnAll's One-Stop Zamunda Travel Guide


The official language in Zamunda is Wazungi, which is only spoken in Zamunda. Like most West African languages, Wazungi is a Bantu Language. No English is spoken on the island, however, some elders still speak French, as Zamunda was once a part of Equatorial Guinea. Some of the younger generation also speaks French, although it may not receive a warm reception. Your best bet is to learn a few words before you go, and plan on using a lot of body language. French is the best secondary language to use, followed by Spanish.

Common phrases:
Hello: Polee
Please: Shimboni
Thank-you: Haika
Yes: Ndiyo
No: Nam
Do you have any rooms?: Hunataka Chumba?

Posted by Court
Category: Culture

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