Take your time and really discover the unspoiled island of Pemba. It has many secrets to share. Join idyllic Dhow cruises, explore the tropical rain forest of Ngezi, enjoy snorkeling or world class diving, at the Manta Resort all is going to be possible! Join the Pemba Safari and get to know the everyday life of Pemba's inhabitants, stunning species of bats and take you back into the history of the island and the best part is, your choose your destinations yourselves! A large number of marine activities are also available ranging from deep sea fishing to kayak safaris and all PADI-certified diving is available on site as well.
Stay for 7 nights in a Superior Garden Room which boasts with a spacious and private open-plan design, with a four-posted king size bed and large en-suite bathroom. Created from local materials and traditional Pemban decor with contemporary comfort. In addition a large swahili baraza lounge provides the perfect place to relax in the peacefulness of the garden.
Spend your last night in the famous underwater room, imagine yourself encapsulated within a turquoise blue bubble, watching shoals of reef fish swimming lazily by - sometimes in three or four layers of different species above the reef floor. This is the heart-stopping experience that awaits you in the underwater room. The floating structure, Swedish engineered, provides three levels, those above the water clad in local hardwood, and each an experience in itself.
The landing deck, at sea level, has a lounge area and bathroom facility. A ladder leads up to the roof which has a lounging area – for sun worshiping by day and by night you can lie back in the starlight and wonder at the extraordinary clarity of the stars, planets and above all, the edge of our own galaxy – the wonderful Milky Way – all seen without any light pollution. Sleep under the stars to the soft murmuring of the sea. Then downstairs – the magical feeling of lying on a soft double bed surrounded by panes of glass affording almost 360 degrees viewing – watching the shoals of reef fish and exquisite, often rarely seen individuals visiting your windows. Some have taken up residence around the room, which affords them some protection from predation. For instance, three bat fish and a trumpet fish called Nick who is always swimming around and seemingly looking in!
By night, the underwater spotlights beneath each window around the room attract the shyer and more unusual, for instance squid. Coral is already establishing itself on the anchoring lines and around the underwater structure. Octopus and even spanish dancers have been seen attaching themselves to the glass panes. The reef inhabitants can simply not resist attraction, which makes for exciting watching and a truly unique experience!