Land of Nanarulamuts

Location of the Bawim islands

Bawim islands are islands south to the rivermouth of the Fish River of Amutet, it is inhabited by the Nanarulamuts and is the central of the Kingdom of Nanarulamut.

The language of the Nanarulamuts is an Ulitan language, however, it is thought that the Bawim islands was first inhabited by Ndukhal peoples and Amutetikam-speaking peoples, and was probably met by the Zempachi people, and then the Amutetikam-speaking peoples was substituted by Ulitan-speaking peoples from the Fish River area, and those Ulitan-speaking peoples who had invaded the Bawim islands later became the Nanarulamuts.