Medjumbe Island Resort & Spa in the Quirimba islands is the ideal honeymoon or romantic getaway island for those seeking total isolation and pristine natural beauty. The thirteen water-front villas combine style, comfort and privacy, and the small size of the resort ensures individual attention and a peaceful sojourn. You can stroll around the island in under an hour, and admire the majestic lighthouse perched on the headland.
Each beach Villa has its own Jacuzzi set in an open-air deck - a shell's throw away from the virgin white sand on the beach. The Moorish feel infuses the beautifully appointed thatched chalets with timber decks, each featuring an en-suite bathroom with indoor shower and separate bath as well as a private outdoor shower. Chalets have air-conditioning, a cosy hammock, ceiling fans, mosquito screens and satellite TV.
The diving around Medjumbe Island is exceptional, with virgin reefs descending to unchartered depths. Some say the best in the Quirimbas. There are also excellent opportunities for fly-fishing off Medjumbe's long sand spit, and if you are a keen deep-sea fisherman, charter one of the boats with an experienced crew for a full or half day adventure at sea. If you prefer to stay above the water, take a pedal boat out and explore the surrounding waters and enjoy the various colourful fish playfully chasing the boat.
Other activities include kayaking, windsurfing and sailing, bird watching, water-skiing, wakeboarding and knee-boarding. At certain times of the year, the lucky visitor could witness turtles hatching from their (protected) nests; indeed a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Otherwise, relax in the hammock outside your chalet and while away the sun-filled hours with nothing to hear but the waves lapping on the shore.
After a full day enjoying the activities on offer, sit back with a sundowner cocktail whilst watching the dhows saunter moodily past at the convivial 'Bahari' bar next to the pool prior to sampling some of the fresh local seafood for dinner.
Standard season (11 Jan - 26 Dec):
$545 per person per night
High Season (27 Dec - 5 Jan '17):
$675 per person per night
Unfortunately no children under the age of 16 years are allowed unless a booking is sole use of the island at full adult rate.
Children aged 16 yrs and over pay full adult rate, accommodated in their own beach villa.
Rates include all meals, soft drinks, bottled water, house wine, local beer & spirits, tea& coffee, minibar, non-motorised activities/equipment, marine reserve fees, laundry & emergency medical evacuation.
Rates exclude specialized or premium brand beverages & motorized activities/equirpment such as scuba diving and game fishing.
• Scuba diving
• PADI scuba diving courses
• Game fishing
• Hobby cat
• Waterskiing & wakeboarding
• Dhow sailing
• Whale watching (in season)
• Bird watching
Medjumbe Island is approximately 30 nautical miles north of Matemo Island. The only access to the island is by light aircraft from Pemba International Airport. The air transfer from Pemba to the island takes 45 minutes.
Flight schedules are published on a daily basis according to flight arrival & departure times of the passengers. Kaskazini will inform you the evening before your flight of the exact time of your flight the following day. At the resort management will confirm your departure time, always to connect with your ongoing flight.
Long stay offer:
Stay for 5 nights pay for 4
Stay for 10 nights pay for 7
Bride pays 50% with a minimum stay of 4 nights. Copy of marriage certificate required upon check-in.
Honeymoon extras: Fruit platter & bottle of wine in the room upon arrival, romantic private dinner, sunset cruise, honeymoon surprise gifts and a complimentary snorkeling trip.
Long stay & honeymoon special is not combinable
Our office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays 08h00 - 15h00
Saturdays 09h00 - 12h00
Sundays - Closed
Mobile: +258 823096990
(Between 08h00 - 16h00, local time)
Pemba Beach Hotel
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