Pemba Island is part of Zanzibar Tanzania Archipelago, off the coast of East Africa. Here are some of the best attractions of Pemba Island:
Kidike Flying Fox Sanctuary
Kidike Sanctuary is house to a remarkable colony of Pemba flying foxes, a big bat indigenous to Pemba. Approximately 4000 individuals hang in patch of trees, generally taking to the air, clearly visible during the day, undisturbed by domestic people thanks to the proximity of a domestic burial site. There is a little viewing platform so you can view more clearly.
Mkame Ndume Ruins
The ruined place of Mohammed bin Abdual Rahman, who ruled Pemba Island prior to the arrival of Portuguese. Rahman had a status for cruelty and was famous as Mkame Ndume. Today the ruins primary spec is a big stone staircase that led from the Kilometre-long channel linking this place to the ocean.
Ras Mkumbuu Ruins
Ras Mkumbuu is the headland at the finish of the thin strip of land jutting into the northwest sea of Chake Chake. It is also name given to the ruins of a very old settlement, once known as Qanbalu, dating from the eight century, which by the early tenth century had become one of the big cities along the East African coast.
Oman Air, Precision Air, Auric Air service, Charterlines provide cheap flights Dar es Salaam to Pemba Island.
There is no Dar es Salaam to Pemba Island direct flights. The fastest flight takes 1h 50 minutes.
The distance between Pemba Island and Dar es Salaam is 194 km.
• Dar es Salaam is 120 miles from Pemba Island
• Zanzibar, Tanzania - Zanzibar Kisamu is the most famous link for one stop flights between Pemba Island and Dar es Salaam.
• As part of the Zanzibar Archipelago, Pemba Island has many surprises up its sleeve. The island specs wonderful clove plantations, beaches, coral reefs, green hills, and abundant marine life. The full distance between Dar es Salaam and Pemba island is about 180km and the average flight time is about an hour. With Dar es Salaam to Pemba Island flights cheap direct, it is easier to get there quick and safe.