These traditional wind-powered boats having been plying the coast of East Africa for hundreds of years. In the 1600s, some even sailed as far away as China on the yearly trade winds! From Mozambique’s Azura Quilalea to Kenya’s Manda Bay, the only appropriate way to toast the setting sun is from the deck of one of these hand-crafted sailing vessels. And if your travels carry you to the Mahale Mountains of Tanzania, the tradition is upheld on the gin-clear waters of Lake Tanganyika at Greystoke Mahale.
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