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Today, I will take you to discover the dives in Tanzania and a hotel room that will pack your diver’s heart at Pemba.

Tanzania and Pemba is not the first destination to think about for a scuba diving trip. However !

Imagine a country so rich in landscape that it stretches from the magnificent beaches of the Indian Ocean to the mythical summit of Kilimanjaro. Surrounded by sumptuous landscapes such as those of Serengeti, Africa’s largest reserve. Tanzania is also unique by its mixture of ethnic groups, white sandy beaches and paradisiacal islands in the Zanzibar archipelago, which have many diving spots for our greatest pleasure.

Unguja, Mafia and Pemba are three must-see places for divers and adventurous divers exploring Tanzania.

I’ve always been drawn to the allure of underwater exploration, and Tanzania’s dive sites offer unparalleled experiences. Among them, Pemba stands out as a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. With its pristine waters and vibrant marine life, Pemba offers a diving paradise unlike any other.

My first dive in Pemba was a revelation.

As I descended into the depths, I was greeted by a kaleidoscope of colors and a bustling ecosystem. The coral reefs teemed with life, from tiny clownfish darting among the anemones to majestic rays gliding gracefully overhead. Pemba’s underwater landscape is a testament to nature’s beauty and resilience, and I felt privileged to witness it firsthand.

Exploring Pemba’s dive sites was an adventure unlike any other. From the famous Misali Island Marine Conservation Area to the lesser-known reefs along the coast, every dive offered new discoveries and awe-inspiring encounters. Swimming alongside gentle whale sharks, exploring intricate coral formations, and witnessing the dance of schools of fish were just some of the unforgettable moments I experienced in Pemba’s waters.

But beyond its natural wonders, Pemba also captivated me with its rich cultural heritage and warm hospitality. The island’s history is steeped in Swahili culture, and I relished the opportunity to immerse myself in its traditions and customs. From sampling local delicacies to exploring ancient ruins, Pemba offered a glimpse into a world rich in history and tradition. And everywhere I went, I was greeted with warmth and kindness by the island’s residents, who welcomed me as one of their own.

In conclusion, Pemba is a destination that holds a special place in my heart. Its breathtaking beauty, diverse marine life, and vibrant culture make it a must-visit for any adventurous diver. Whether you’re a seasoned explorer or a novice diver, Pemba offers an unforgettable experience that will leave you longing to return again and again.

Offering hilly landscape, mangroves, primary forest, endemic birds … Pemba, the most northerly, is the kingdom of clove production. Besides its special atmosphere, this charming island has many dive sites and wonderful coral reefs.

It is possible to dive all around the island with the exception of the east coast.

The fauna is rich: manta rays, eagle rays, barracudas, napoleons, jack, turtle, exotic fish, sumptuous anemones,  clown fish … but also pelagic. All this fauna evolves around gorgons and other colored sponges and drop-off, caves, arches, … Everything is there to successfully make drift dives or lagoon dives. As the sites are varied, the water is warm and the visibility is (very good), diving in Pemba is accessible to beginners to experienced divers. Are you accompanied by a non-diver? No problem, snorkeling reveals wonders in Pemba too.

Preserved from massive dive tourism, the island is in very good state. Looking for deserted white sandy beaches? You will find them in Pemba which rarely welcomes more than a hundred visitors at a time. A bargain for calm lovers.

From any point of view, a diving trip to Pemba is definitely an exceptional trip.

To complement it, a crazy idea is to combine it with a hotel room quite extraordinary and unusual?

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