Pemba Island

Pemba Island

Lying 40 km to the North-East of Unguja is Pemba or "The Green Island". The island consists of three main towns: Mkoani, Chake Chake and Wete.

It has many historical monuments which include three ruined tombs (Ras Mkumbuu), a fort at Chake Chake and the Mkumbuu mosque ruins. The East of the Island are the remains of the late fifteenth century "MKAMA NDUME" fortress at Pujini.

The Island has some of the best unspoilt beaches and is also very rich in underwater coral gardens. Misali - a small island on the east Coast of Pemba is unique for snorkelling and diving. The Pemba Channel is regarded as the best sport for game fishing.

To the northwest of the island is the Ngezi Forest Reserve covering an area of 14 sq km, the only remaining natural forest in Pemba.



Fundu Lagoon

Fundu Lagoon is on Pemba Island, the sister island to Zanzibar lying across the Pemba Channel to the north.

The lodge is situated on a remote and beautiful beach on the south western side of the island and is only accessible by boat. 

The rooms are connected to the main buildings by wooden walkways or paths through indigenous forest. Some rooms are situated along the beachfront and the remaining on the hillside.


Manta Reef Lodge

The one and only. A private floating island with your bedroom four meters below the surface.

It is yours to enjoy while sunbathing and stargazing on the top deck, lounging and dining on the water deck and sleeping surrounded by a tropical marine environment.

The Sea Front Villas are air conditioned, spacious and private, with a centered king size bed and large en-suite bathroom.


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