Travel to Pemba, the most important centre in northern Mozambique. See how it has developed over rolling hills dotted with wooden huts and abundant Baobab trees. Visit this gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago – Pemba is becoming a prime tourist destination where diving and water sports invite visitors to stay.
Book your special diving package in Pemba then head to one of the Quirimbas Archipelago islands. The protective Pemba bay is home to the rare, huge sunfish, large potato bass, Napoleon wrasses, dolphins, whales and turtles. Go diving or grab a camera and stock up on unique memories.
Fishing holidays to this Mozambique port will reward anglers with opportunities to hook kingfish, Dogtooth tuna, great barracuda, couta, dolphin fish and wahoo.
Explore a region immersed in a culture of sailing and trading where Africans, Arabs and Portuguese people have left their marks. Visit the Slave Trade Fort at Ponta Romero Lighthouse where slaves were once auctioned off. Once known as Porto Amelia, Pemba bay is the third largest natural bay in the world.
Choose comfy accommodation in Pemba, from exclusive five star hotels to top class holiday resorts and warm self-catering lodges. Discover excellent restaurants serving fresh seafood and fish caught locally – thanks to increasing modern development and improving infrastructure. Buy arts and crafts at the local souk or traditional market.