Gorgeous Pemba Island
Pemba Island Beach
Referred as blue hues and shifting sands, also is well known for its clove industry, and this distillery is where the clove stems are turned into essential oil. Pemba Island is a part of Tanzania’s Zanzibar Archipelago, off the coast of East Africa. It’s hilly and lush vegetated, while much of the coast is lined with mangroves and lagoons, interspersed with idyllic beaches and islets. Offshore, coral reefs some of East Africa’s best diving and the Misali Island is home to the Fischer’s turaco, a colorful rare bird. Commonly known as the flying fox, Pemba’s only endemic mammal is a large and critically endangered bat (Pteropus voeltzkowi), called popo in Swahili.