Pemba Island, part of the Zanzibar Archipelago off Tanzania’s coast, is famous for its pristine coral reefs, making it a top destination for diving and snorkeling. Known as the “Green Island,” it produces a variety of spices, including cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Pemba also has a rich history of traditional medicine, with local healers using the island’s diverse flora for medicinal purposes. Additionally, the island features historical sites, ancient ruins, and Swahili settlements, reflecting its cultural heritage. Its untouched landscapes, including mangroves, forests, and secluded beaches, make it a prime spot for ecotourism.

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Kwanini Foundation is an initiative to make a positive contribution to the future of Pemba Island by working alongside the local communities to help them understand and conserve the natural world on which they depend.

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Snorkeling
Sandbank Excursion
Fishing
Pemba Inland Excursion
Ngalawa Sunset Cruise
Diving
The Standard Garden Rooms
The Superior Garden Rooms
The Seafront Villas
The Seafront Family Villa
The Underwater Room
Diving
Diving
Ngalawa Sunset Cruise
Ngalawa Sunset Cruise
Pemba Inland Excursion
Pemba Inland Excursion
Fishing
Fishing
Sandbank Excursion
Sandbank Excursion
Snorkeling
Snorkeling
The Standard Garden Rooms
The Standard Garden Rooms
The Superior Garden Rooms
The Superior Garden Rooms
The Seafront Villas
The Seafront Villas
The Seafront Family Villa
The Seafront Family Villa
The Underwater Room
The Underwater Room