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Kuza Cave is recognised as a sacred place to the forefathers of Jambiani residents.
Kuza Cave is recognized as a sacred place to the forefathers of Jambiani residents. The ancient limestone cave was formed about 250,000 years ago by thousands of years of water erosion that created secret underground rivers and pools.
Swimming in the healing mineral waters is an unforgettable experience.
The villagers come to Voodoo Cave to pray and burn incense as they think the incense calls the spirits to them and that they can influence them with prayers and sacrifices if someone is sick, if they want to change things or just get better luck.
In the cave human and animal bones from 2000 BC has been found along with some utensils for making food