BootsnAll's One-Stop Zamunda Travel Guide

Zamunda- The Ultimate Destination

Zamunda is one of the last relatively untouched areas in the world. It has a warm, tropical climate, which makes it an ideal beach destination. Although the tourist industry is not well developed, travelers are slowing bringing water sports to the area. Wind surfing, parasailing and kite boarding fans will find the afternoon breeze ideal. Although most of the beaches are beautiful, white sand heavens, there are a few tide pool areas that are ideal for exploration in the early morning hours. In the afternoon, travelers can usually convince local fishermen to take them out on their boats and, in exchange for a few hours of labor, will come away with a bounty of fish. Those who ask nicely may have the honor of being invited to a fisherman's house for dinner, for a traditional Zamundan preparation of the fish.

Those who wish for a little more adventure will find refuge in Zamunda's luscious jungle forests. Zamundan guides are recommended, as the world's most poisonous snake can be found ensnarled in low hanging branches. If you are bitten, a Zamundan can administer an elixir. Guides can be found at the markets in the capital, Tattoine, and usually run 5 USD/day. If you plan on visiting the Golden Staff of Ra, consider entering through the jungles. An elaborate series of mazes protects the Golden Staff of Ra and although the modernization of roads has cleared a new way to the treasure, the traditional mazes are impressive and complex.

The capital, Tattoine, is considered the most bustling area of the country, although it has only one main street. Both "hotels" can be found on this street. The hotels are not actually hotels, but locals who have realized the benefits of renting out rooms in their small abodes. You can locate these "hotels" by asking for "Tamrj Pblum" (literally: nice people) at the wharf, when a fisherman drops you off. A few times every month, a market takes place at the end of the street where locals exchange homemade goods, fresh catch and other services. Although the Zamundan people have realized that foreigners are more willing to spend money, they do not aggressively pester or approach them.

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