Located on a secluded and picturesque beach on the southwestern side of the rustic island of Pemba, Fundu Lagoon is the picture of tranquility and elegance. Pemba Island is positioned north of Zanzibar, a mere 35 minute flight away. This magnificent Zanzibar holiday resort offers all-inclusive accommodation to visitors who want to escape the crowds to an off the beaten track setting.
Fundu Lagoon is set in one of the world’s top 10 diving destinations and offers a delightful blend of exhilarating water sports, activities and invigorating spa treatments. This serenity, remoteness and spectacular setting makes for an idyllic location for couples on their Zanzibar honeymoon.
Pemba accommodation is encompassed in 18 bungalows that are similarly designed but vary in sizes. These rooms feature canvas walls under makuti thatch, all set on wooden decks with sweeping views of the azure ocean. Each tent boasts a small lounge, en-suite bathroom and patio.
The dark wooden floors, huge beds and crisp cotton sheets give the interiors a more stylish and comfortable ambiance that is evocative of a tented safari lodge. Superior Suites have 2 private verandas and plunge pools.
The focal point of Fundu Lagoon is built of wood with a thatched roof and is elevated on the natural incline of the coastline. The upper central area is dominated by a bar with the restaurant to one side. The 3-course meals are taken either in the dining room or at the jetty bar.
This lodge in Pemba offers guests an infinity swimming pool complete with a pool bar and loungers. There is also a spa, a TV room, billiard room, internet connectivity as well as the well-equipped PADI gold dive centre.
Relax by the poolside or choose to just hide away within the confines of your bungalow at Fundu Lagoon. Take part in some diving and snorkeling jaunts that are led by the onsite dive centre. Head for the spa and let the expert hands of a masseuse work their magic on you. Pick a water sport that appeals to you from an array which includes sailing, canoeing and lots more and spend the day just splashing around in the warm Indian Ocean waters.