Extend your stay after your African safari and head to the remote beaches of Zanzibar's Pemba Island. Explore traditional villages, kayak above pristine coral reefs or tour a traditional spice farm. A night in Manta Resort's Underwater Room, surrounded completely by the sea and its inhabitants, completes a memorable visit to this isolated island.
Spend the night 4 meters below water in Manta's Underwater Room
Relax on white sand beaches after your African Safari
Scuba Dive some of the world's most pristine coral reefs
Enjoy an exciting day of deep sea fishing in the Indian Ocean
Arise at your leisure this morning to the sound of the Indian Ocean, making your way to the dining lounge for an appetizing breakfast prepared by the local chef. The next few days are yours to do as you please - choose to relax on the beach with a good book, kayak along the colorful coral reefs, or explore the charming villages. Many travelers will choose to book one of Manta's exciting tours locally, such as deep-sea fishing, scuba diving or watching the sunset at sea. Whether relaxing or exploring, you will soon find yourself detached from the outside world, quickly falling into rhythm of Pemba Island.
Your second night at Manta Resort is spent in the Underwater Room, encapsulated within a turquoise blue bubble, watching shoals of reef fish swim by - sometimes in three or four layers of different species. Enjoy complete privacy and solitude from your private three-story floating suite, catching some sun on the top lounge deck before heading down to your room beneath the sea.
Day 4: Departure
Say goodbye to the friendly staff at Manta Resort and transfer back to Pemba Airport for your return flight home.
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3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners
3 Nights Accommodations
Accommodations as listed
Meals as listed
Ground transportation as listed
Professional, bilingual guide service as listed
Excursions and activities as listed
Flight costs (please request a quote)
Additional excursions during free time
1) Both US Dollars and Tanzania Schillings are equally accepted. Most tourist stores and restaurants price items
in USD. Therefore, it is not necessary to have Schillings, if travelers bring enough USD.
2) If travelers do bring USD, bring small bills ($20$10$5$1). Old $100 bills are not accepted and vendors are reluctant to accept new ones.
3) Travelers can get Schillings if needed, but there are very few ATMS.
Travelers will need to plan ahead with the guide to get cash. It is best to withdraw a large amount at once since there are so few opportunities.
4) Most stores and restaurants will accept major credit cards, however they will
charge you a fee (typically 4-5%).
We are so glad that we chose Adventure Life. The service is top-notch. Everything is well taken care of and we just have to print the documents and go. Franny even gave us timely updates on possible airport strike.
When to Go
Good to ideal period to travel, and many people choose to visit at this time.
Chance for unpredictable weather but with fewer visitors.