The rich Swahili culture is based on exchanging and sharing.
Here the word “karibu”, welcome in Swahili really makes sense.
The people that live on the coast are salt workers, fishermen, boatbuilders
(dhow-local wooden boat) but also farmers. They work with coconut fiber and gather sesame seeds.
Welcome to Kilwa Masoko, main town of Kilwa District which is bordered by the Indian Ocean, and protected by a reef barrier and the islands of Kisiwani and Songo Mnara.
Haven of peace, ideal to discover the Swahili culture of yesteryear and today. Relax by the sea after a safari and see the natural beauty of this wonderful place.