Tanga, Tanzania's second biggest seaport after Dar es Salaam, is placed on the northern part of Tanzania coastline near to the border with Kenya. The town is a heart for marine import, export and trade. Tanga is value a visit, if you want to view the fish market, one of the scheduled beaches on the northern coast or if you want to travel from the port to Pemba Island. Here are some of the best attractions:
Moshi is a city in northern Tanzania, placed on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Moshi is the departure point for all Kilimanjaro climbs and is also conveniently placed to reach all northern Tanzania National Parks.
The Moshi area is an important producer of beans and corn. Harvesting is once in the year after the rainy season. In the top slopes of the mountain grow coffee and bananas.
Venture into the house of wild animals at Saadani National Park, where buffalos, giraffes, and lions make up only a portion of what you can view. Ride along a road that passes via the animals habitats, and grab the chance to take a photo or two of the elegant creatures. Those with keener eyes will also see little animals, such as porcupines.
The flight distance between Pemba and Tanga is 75km.
There are one airline that offer Pemba Island to Tanga direct flight.
The most famous airline flying to Pemba Island to Tanga is Auric Air.
The flight from Pemba Island airport to the Tanga city, some 78 75 km almost due north takes between twenty minutes departing on the aircraft used. Tanga is one of the largest cities in Tanzania with over 220 000 inhabitants. It is the capital of Tanga area, bordering on Kenya.
• There are regular Pemba Island to Tanga flights with Auric Air.
• The quickest flight time for direct flight from Pemba Island to Tanga is twenty minutes. The average Pemba Island to Tanga flight time is twenty minutes.
• The earliest cheap flights from Pemba Island to Tanga of the day departs at 9:45. The final flight of the day departs at 15:50.