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Pemba Island

Pemba Island, set off Zanzibar and lapped by the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean is a position of true barefoot extravagance that doesn't disillusion. . This rich tropical getaway is very unfamiliar and absolutely a calmer choice contrasted with its outstanding neighbour, Zanzibar.

Funzi and Fundo beaches on the island are known for their pristine surroundings with white sand. The tropical slopes and timberlands inland on Pemba are likewise essential and reminiscent of any castaway symbolism you can bring to mind.

Pemba is encompassed by stunning lagoons(Fundu Lagoon being one of the island's ideal) and striking coral reefs, which are home to countless ocean life, including some bigger occupants, for example, shark, and every so often whales.

If you are an avid diver the, Pemba is the place for youwith the waters encompassing the island holding probably the best plunge spots in Tanzania. While snorkelling is another water based interest to appreciate, plunging is the most ideal approach to discover the Pemba Channel, which is known to drop to profundities of 2000m.

When to go

Pemba Island is ideal to visit during dry season, from July to October.

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Pemba Island is ideal to visit during dry season, from July to October. It is best to avoid the months of April and May as Pemba experiences heavy rainfall and the some of the rods become impassable.

Art & Culture

The wonderful Pemba Island on Zanzibar archipelago is a pristine tropical heaven

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The wonderful Pemba Island on Zanzibar archipelago is a pristine tropical heaven with astonishing over ground and underground scenes conjuring snapshots of unhindered solace. Adding to the magnificence of the shoreline escapes are the appealing combination of societies that make the present day Pemba. The design is a combination of Arabic, Portuguese and indigenous impacts and a stroll through the town back roads would toss open numerous themes of the multifaceted island. For an increasingly private social experience, a visit to the town of Mjini Ole would be impactful for the chance to involvement and find out about conventions, traditions and regular daily existence of local people. You can visit the site of the 1100-year-old destroys and perceive how handiworks are made and join the anglers for angling.

Culinary

The culinary delight of Tanzania gets a lift when you leave the terrain for

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The culinary delight of Tanzania gets a lift when you leave the terrain for the coasts as the flavors of the Middle East and India blended with the new deliver of Tanzania to prepare some luxurious treats. There is Pilau Rice where rice and meat and flavors are altogether consolidated and cooked together and Biriyani which is a comparative dish with the main variety being rice and meats are cooked independently and afterward blended to smack on. Octopus Curry (mchuziwapweza) cooked in coconut gravy,nyamachoma (flame broiled meat/angle), Mishkaki produced using hamburger, goat, chicken, or fish, Mandazi(Swahili donut) are only one the numerous culinary delights that you get the chance to relieve your taste buds on.

How to go

Pemba Island can be reached by airways or waterways.

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Pemba Island can be reached by airways or waterways.

Waterways:

You can take direct ferry from Dar es Salaam which leaves only twice a week. You can also take a direct ferry from Tanga, however, it runs very infrequently.

Airways:

You can take direct flights from Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam to Chakechake, Pemba, which are scheduled daily. You can also take a Charter flight to the island.

Activites

You do an array of activities at Pemba Island such as:

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You do an array of activities at Pemba Island such as:

  • Snorkelling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Nature walks
  • Old building sightseeing
  • Plantation visit

What to see?

Apart from the pristine beaches you can visit the spice plantation on the island,

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  • Apart from the pristine beaches you can visit the spice plantation on the island, which is well known for its clove plantation.
  • You can also spot the bottlenose dolphins at Pemba’s shorelines.
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