Zanzibar and Pemba


Zanzibar is an island off the coast of East Africa and a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. It’s a luxury destination.

This island paradise boasts idyllic white-sand beaches and hundreds of years of history as an Arab trading post for East Africa. Visit the Old Fort that dates back to 1700, the House of Wonders, Livingston’s House, and more. Take a tour of a spice plantation, swim with dolphins, or head to the blue waters for deep-sea fishing. Zanzibar’s resorts come complete with pools, spas, world-class dining options, water sports facilities, and amazing beaches just a few meters away.

An Arab trading post for centuries, this island combines Swahili and Arab culture in a very unique way. Warm weather year-round.

Pemba Island

Pemba Island is part of Tanzania’s Zanzibar Archipelago, off the coast of East Africa. It’s known for its lush, green hills and clove plantations – producing 70% of the world’s cloves. The Pemba Channel, with its coral reefs and abundant marine life, separates the island from mainland Tanzania.

Pemba Island is known as “The Evergreen Island” because of its lush vegetation and rolling countryside. The Island is also famous for its immense and dramatic blue water drop-offs along with pristine coral reefs teeming with marine life of all shapes and sizes. The Northern tip of the island is one of the world’s great dive sites but only suitable for advanced divers due to the strong currents.

The island offers serene settings, close encounters with nature and an excellent getaway from civilization. The close-knit family of local people looks forward to sharing their small island with you.