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Zamunda Travel Guide: Culture



Daily Life

Besides the obvious attractions, what can you do in Zamunda to learn about the culture? Because tourism is not a large part of the economy, there are not "instant cultural celebrations" like there are in Fiji (i.e. Kava ceremonies) or...

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History

The first inhabitants of Zamunda are believed to have been Pygmies who migrated to Africa. Zaumunda separated from continental Africa during the Mesozoic period. Zamunda was first discovered by Europeans in the 1830s by Richard Lemon Lander (1804-1834), an English...

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Language

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...

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