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Diving in Pemba Island

Explore diving in Pemba Island

Tanzania’s waters are breathtaking, no matter which way you slice it. The startlingly blue waters off the coast of Pemba are so vibrant that it seems almost impossible, but indeed, it is truly that spectacular.

One of the most popular sites on the island is the Swiss Reef, named for the incredible underwater mountain range that graces the region. Drift diving here is sublime, but is recommended for more experienced divers. Newer divers will enjoy the Shimba Hills and House Reef, where oodles of creatures can be discovered, hanging around the impressive, healthy coral heads.

There are several dive shops on the island, a couple of which are tied in with an island resort. Be sure to check around for the best deals.

Common marine life sightings for Pemba Island

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Fly to the island or take a ferry. It is highly recommended to avoid the night ferries for safety reasons. Once on the island take the “dala dalas” or minibuses, to get from place to place.

Time Zone
UTC+03:00
Phone
+255
Currency
TZS
Voltage
230 V
Pressure
Bar (bar)
Plug
D, G
Languages
English, Swahili
1st Stage
DIN
International airports
Zanzibar (ZNZ)

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