Pemba Dive and Bush Camp is a unique place in a truly magnificent location on the inside of Pemba Bay. This 100 hectare bush camp is right on the beach, surrounded by a mangrove forest where you are at one with nature from the sea shore to the enormous baobab trees on the property. It is tranquil, with the most beautiful sunsets to be seen across the bay each evening. The owner will show you the amazing birdlife on the property, and there is safe swimming and snorkelling in between the mangroves. The sea is usually calm as it is situated on the sheltered inside of the bay.
As far as accommodation goes, there is quite a wide range available. There are comfortable and airy double chalets and family chalets, both with outside but enclosed adjoining bathrooms; own camping and backpacker bamboo units with shared ablutions. There is a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering; you can cook your own meat on the beach BBQ or alternatively, spoil yourself with a big plate of food from the Potbelly restaurant either watching the sunset, or catching up on the news / latest sports games on the big TV. Wifi is available. A shaded area on the beach allows you to relax and read in comfort, or you can take part in any of the free activities on offer.
Camping: $10 per person per night.
Bamboo units: $20 per person per night.
Chalets from : $50 per person per night sharing including breakfast.
Rates include many free activities at the lodge and complimentary airport transfers.
Pemba Dive & Bush Camp is situated on the inside of Pemba bay, 10 minutes drive from the airport and 15 minutes into Pemba town.
Airport transfers are complimentary but it is essential that the lodge is aware of your arrival time
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
Av. Da Marginal
Pemba, gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Capital of Cabo Delgado province, the northernmost province of Mozambique, Pemba is set on a peninsula overlooking a massive deep water bay.