Pemba is a port town and the capital of Cabo Delgado Province, on Mozambique’s northeastern coast. It sits on a peninsula jutting into the wide Pemba Bay, with coral reefs close to shore. East of the center, the long white-sand Wimbi Beach is backed by palm trees. The town is a jumping-off point for Quirimbas National Park to the north, which is home to dolphins, whales and endangered dugongs.
Pemba Island (also known as The Green Island) is an Island forming part of the Zanzibar Archipelago. Pemba is popular with water sport and diving enthusiasts.
Your Experience in Pemba:
A tranquil and luxurious experience is awaiting in Pemba, Mozambique.
Hidden island of Mozambique. A typical day in Mozambique is spent exploring the alluring beauty of the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and the magnificent landscapes. Travelers can embark on many adventures and enjoy the water-based activities.
There’s plenty to do and experience during a day in Pemba, Mozambique. Travelers can choose to walk the pearly white sands of the beach, take up snorkeling, deep sea fishing, windsurfing and many more. Sumptuous seafood and refreshing cocktails, between fun beach activities White Pearly Beach experience.
Pemba offers luxurious, relaxing and rejuvenating Accommodation.