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+ Things to do in Pemba
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+ – Explore Pemba Beach
Enjoy the white sandy beaches and clear blue waters. It’s perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The beach is also lined with palm trees and offers stunning sunset views.

+ – Snorkelling and Diving
Pemba is famous for its excellent snorkelling and diving spots. Dive into the crystal-clear waters of the Quirimbas Archipelago to explore vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life, including colourful fish, turtles, and sometimes even dolphins.

+ – Visit the Quirimbas National Park
This national park encompasses both marine and terrestrial environments. You can take a boat trip to explore the islands, go snorkelling, diving, or simply enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of the area.

+ – Historic City Tour
Pemba has a rich history, and a city tour can include visiting the old town with its colonial architecture, traditional markets, and historical sites like the St. Paul’s Church.

+ – Ilha de Mozambique
Although a bit further away, a trip to this UNESCO World Heritage Site is worth it. The island is rich in history with its old Portuguese buildings, churches, and the Fort of São Sebastião.

+ – Enjoy Local Cuisine
Taste the local flavours of Mozambican cuisine at various restaurants and street vendors. Try dishes like peri-peri prawns, matapa, and fresh seafood.

+ – Pemba Market
Visit the local market to experience the vibrant atmosphere and buy fresh produce, spices, and local crafts. It’s a great place to interact with the locals and immerse yourself in the local culture.

+ – Visit Wimbe Beach
Another beautiful beach in Pemba, Wimbe Beach, is known for its relaxing atmosphere and great seafood restaurants. It’s a perfect spot for a leisurely day by the sea.

+ – Fishing Trips
Pemba offers great opportunities for deep-sea fishing. You can book a fishing trip to try catching some of the big game fish like marlin, tuna, and sailfish.

+ – Cultural ToursEngage in cultural tours to learn more about the Makonde people, known for their intricate wood carvings and rich cultural heritage. You can visit local villages and see traditional crafts being made.

+ – Bird Watching and Nature Walks
The surrounding areas of Pemba offer excellent opportunities for bird watching and nature walks. Explore the local flora and fauna, and enjoy the serene natural environment.

+ – Water Sports
In addition to snorkelling and diving, you can engage in other water sports like kayaking, paddleboarding, and sailing. Many resorts and beachside establishments offer equipment rentals and guided activities.

Pemba offers a mix of relaxation, adventure, and cultural experiences, making it a fantastic destination for travellers looking to explore the natural beauty and rich heritage of Mozambique.


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