WHY pemba is special

*Untouched by mass tourism.

*Place to escape from modern life.

*Provides tranquility & relaxation.

*Incredible coral reefs & marine life.

*Natural beauty - thriving vegetation, heaven for nature enthusiasts.

*Cultural heritage - African, Arab, Persian, and Portuguese influence.

where & when

*All year round!

*Southern shores of the Island.

*Wete town for cultural exploration.

*Konde town for the turquoise beaches & fascinating nature.

things to do on the island

*Snorkeling & scuba diving.

*Hiking & nature walks

*Visit the unique Ngezi forest & Ngezi village.

*Canoeing & kayaking.

*Visit Misali Island - Marine Conservation Area.

*Traditional fishing.

*Visit the Flying Fox Sanctuary.

*Wild beach relaxation.

To name a few!


*Interaction with the warm and welcoming locals, sharing stories, learning about their way of life, and forming connections that leave a lasting impression.

*The sound of birdsong and the rustle of leaves underfoot while hiking.

*Stay at the underwater room of the Manta Resort.

*Canoeing with local fishermen.

*Bask in the sun, swim in the turquoise waters, and take in the breathtaking ocean views.

Destinations like Pemba Island stand as reminders of the importance of preserving and celebrating the delicate balance between nature, culture, and human interaction. The coastline of the island is a testament to the island's unspoiled natural beauty. Pristine beaches, adorned with ivory sands and fringed with swaying palm trees, provide idyllic settings for relaxation.

Authentic & tranquil escape

Situated just off the coast of Tanzania, Pemba Island is the northernmost island of the Zanzibar Archipelago. Its topography is a striking contrast to the flat expanses of neighboring islands, with rolling hills, verdant valleys, and an abundance of fertile land. The island's lush landscape is a result of its ample rainfall, earning it the nickname "The Green Island" among locals.

The surrounding coral reefs, teeming with marine life, make Pemba Island a paradise for snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts. These underwater ecosystems are a testament to the island's commitment to preserving its natural resources and maintaining the delicate balance between tourism and environmental conservation.

As the island has not been spoiled by tourists, we prioritize responsible tourism development that minimizes the impact on the environment and benefits the island's residents. We involve locals in guiding tours, showcasing their deep-rooted knowledge of the island's history and natural wonders. This approach not only enhances the visitor experience but also creates economic opportunities for the community.

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