Pemba Island, called as the "Green island" in Arabic, is an Island forming part of the Zanzibar archipelago.
In very old times, Pemba was known by Arab sailors as El Huthera, meaning the Green, on account of her lush and dense vegetation. There are more natural plantations and forests than on Zanzibar Island, and Pemba grows more cloves than her bigger sister.
Pemba Island was captured by the Sultan of Muscat in the 17th century. He was so charmed by the Spice Island that he installed himself in Zanzibar and ruled Muscat from there. When the Western Colonial countries came to East Africa the British forced the divide of Zanzibar and Muscat then ruled the Spice Islands in the name of Sultan.
Pemba provides today's visitor a number of attractions adding top-class scuba diving, wonderful beaches, and a number of historical places. Ngezi Forest Reserve is a wonderful location to visit, here you can see lots of animals and other species.
With a population of just 300,000, traveling in Pemba is like traveling in unknown area. In the countryside, villagers are eager to discuss to passers-by. In town, markets stallholders call you over and sit you down to try their special fruits, laughing hysterically at your reaction.
Generally the best Tanga to Pemba Island flight time is 2 months in advance. And the cheap days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesday, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most costly.
There are one Tanga to Pemba Island direct flights.
Auric Air and Coastal Aviation offer nonstop Tanga to Pemba Island flights cheap.
The flight distance between Tanga to Pemba Island is 75km.
The quickest flight time for direct flights from Tanga to pemba is twenty minutes. The average flight time is twenty minutes.
• The most famous airline for Tanga to Pemba Island cheap flights is Auric Air.
• The earliest flight of the day departs at 9:50. The final flight of the day departs at 15:50.
• There are 1 airlines that offer Tanga to Pemba Island flights cheap direct.