Welcome to Pemba

For much of its history, Pemba has been overshadowed by Zanzibar, its larger neighbour to the south. Although the islands are separated by only 50km of water, relatively few tourists cross the channel. Those who do, however, are seldom disappointed.Unlike flat, sandy Zanzibar, Pemba's terrain is hilly, fertile and lushly vegetated. In the days of the Arab traders, it was even referred to as Jazirat al Khuthera (the... Read More

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