Pemba,Ibo island and Ilha De Mozambique

1st June - 30th June 2020
Number of people Rate per person(valid until 2021)
2 people USD 4464
3 people USD 3888
4 people USD 3300
5 people USD 3060
Single Supplement USD 528
  • Highlights
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  • Day 1 - Transfer to Ulala Lodge

    Meet and greet at the Pemba Airport transfer to Ulala Lodge, overnight on half board.

  • Day 2 - Transfer to Ibo Island

    After breakfast transfer to Miti Miwiri, Ibo Island via Tanganyanga. Overnight on full board.

  • Day 3 - Tour of Ibo island

    Tour of Ibo Island and overnight at Miti Miwiri, full board A tour which will lead you to explore the heart of the village, with its ancient ruins, the magnificent Colonial Portuguese Architecture, its forts and fortress and its palaces still preserved, A tour that will allow the power of imagination to rebuild the greatness and the prestige of Ibo Island in its past time.

  • Day 4 - Transfer to Pemba

    Morning departure for Pemba which is a 4 hours drive and overnight at Ulala Lodge, Half board. The coastal town of Pemba lays claim to some of the finest coral reefs in all of southern Africa. Brilliantly coloured coral is but a short swim from the white sands of Wimbe Beach. Divers and snorkellers swim among a myriad of exotic fish in crystal clear water. Naturally, the profusion of seafood makes time spent here a gourmet’s delight. The beaches are wide, sandy and clean, and lined with palm trees. A coral reef protects the beach and guarantees safe swimming as well as good snorkeling.

  • Day 5 - Depart for Ilha de Mozambique

    With picnic lunch boxes you depart for Ilha de Mozambique, overnight at Villa Sand, Bed and Breakfast.

  • Day 6 - Tour of Illha de Mozamabique

    Tour of Illha de Mozamabique, rest of the day at leisure and overnight at Villa sands, Bed and breakfast.

    This is where modern Mozambique derived its name. Time seems to have stopped here. The pace is slow and history and culture surrounds you. For its location, it attracted a lot of merchants and it became the most important trading and shipping post to merchants and traders from Europe, Arabia, India, China and Indonesia. Like most of the Mozambican coastal towns, the mixed influence from these different ethic groups is evident in the architecture, religion, customs, social practices, religion, language, dress, dance, cuisine, architecture, language and music. Traditional dhows are still used as means of transport. Ilha de Mozambique is classified as a World Heritage Site.

  • Day 7 - Depart for Nuarro

    Depart for Nuarro an Eco Lodge situated on the Baixo do Pinda Peninsula next to Nanatha Village. Overnight on Full board basis.

  • Day 8&9 - leisure at Full board basis

    Spend the day relaxing with optional activities such snorkeling (unguided from the shore), kayaking (unguided), Eco trails and bike rides . Overnight on b Full board basis.

    One the lodge’s great attraction is the whale season which starts in July and ends in November, with the peak season in August and September. Each year the pregnant humpback whales move from the cooler Antarctic waters to the east coast of Southern African to give birth and nurture their calves, before making the voyage back down to their summer feeding grounds.

  • Day 10 - Depart for Nampula airport

    Transfer to the airport of Nampula for your flight home

Price inclusive
  • Accommodation in as mentioned
  • Return boats transfer to Ibo Island
  • Meals as mentioned above
  • English speaking driver/guide
  • Tour of Ilha de Mocambique
  • Water and juices while travelling in the vehicle
  • Airport transfers in Pemba and Nampula
  • 4WD vehicle
Price exclusive
  • Visa( should be arranged prior to travel)
  • Tips
  • Drinks
  • Meals not mentioned above
  • Personal and travel-insurance
  • Items of personal expenditures
  • Airport departure taxes
  • all ”optional” activities
  • Any other activities / excursions not mentioned above
  • Local or international flights


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