Dive Center is located in the hotel The Manta Resort
The Manta Resort
Pemba is probably as far away from civilisation as you’ll ever get. We offer something different from most tropical islands and it’s not about five-star luxury. If it’s serenity, close encounters with nature and a family of staff you crave, The Manta Resort might be just the place for you. The Manta Resort is not a 5 star luxury resort and certainly different to what you might find on other tropical islands.
Elevated and crafted along an idyllic island beach, The Manta Resort offers privacy, romance, adventure and water sports on East Africa’s finest island sanctuary.
In addition to ou... read more on to our excellent natural water conditions Dive 360 Pemba Dive Center has everything you need, including a great training pool in two levels, professional dive instructors, and guides to help you with all your diving needs!
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, PADI 5* Dive Resort
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Boat Diving, Shore Diving
Pemba Island has been separated from the mainland of Tanzania and Zanzibar for decades, leaving an untouched and pristine island of great beauty and fertility. The mosaic of forests, swamps, mangroves, hidden beaches and lagoons is scattered with the ruins of mosques and tombs mostly reclaimed by the forest – sites that date back to Arab domination when Pemba Island was seized by the Sultan of Muscat (Oman) in the 17th century. He loved the Spice Islands and established his c...Continue readingourt in Zanzibar and ruled Muscat from there.
Pemba is a magical island. Unlike Unguja (Zanzibar), Pemba is hilly. Gentle, undulating hills and deep verdant valleys are all covered with a dense cover of clove, coconut, mango and other fruit and crop plantations. A more fertile land is difficult to imagine.
The diving around Pemba Island, Zanzibar is nothing else but breathtaking. The untouched coral reefs surrounding the entire island make Pemba one of the top dive sites in the world. Pemba, Tanzania is the perfect place to start your dive adventure with one of the healthiest coral reefs in the Indian Ocean, a water temperature averaging at 26ºC and the best visibility of East Africa of 30-40 meters almost every day!
|Number of Dive Guides||2|
|Non-diving activities||Excursions: Spice Island, Dhow, Lighthouse, Ngezi Rainforest, Sandbank, Ngalawa Sunset Cruise, Pemba Safari, SPA, Snorkeling, School Trip|
|Number of boats||2|
|Seasonality||January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December|
|REQUIRED INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS||Certification Card, Diving Insurance|
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Any parts of Pemba island are not easily accessed, as there is only one tarred road. The rest are often dead-end dirt roads, but while exploring them on your own you might very well find that hidden-away beach you have always dreamt about.
The only sensible way to visit Pemba is with the scheduled charter flights.
A valid passport with a Tanzanian visa will be required. Tanzanian visa’s are 50 USD / person and paid in cash at the international airport.
All rates a...Continue readingre subject to change without prior notice though every effort will be made to give due warning.
Payment in other currencies than US Dollars are calculated at Bank rate valid at the time of payment. Travellers Cheques are not accepted.
If you want Packages: "Stay 7 pay 5", "Stay 10 pay 7", "Stay 7 Pay 5 PLUS Underwater Room Night" (8 nights total) and "Stay 10 Pay 7 PLUS Underwater Room Night" (11 nights total) please 'Ask a Question".
An airport departure tax of 5,000 TSh. is charged on departure for local internal flights. An aviation safety fee of 1,000 TSh is also charged.
|Recommended hotels||The Manta Resort|