N2Pix presents a 12 day safari and dive expedition to Tanzania with diving at Pemba Island.
After landing at Kilimanjaro International Airport, your safari will begin with a drive to Tarangire National Park. The landscape of this nature reserve is made up of bush savannah, seasonal swamps, and giant baobab trees, and the park is probably one of the best places in East Africa to see elephants. Moving on, you will visit Karatu, Central Serengeti, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and then on to Pemba Island to enjoy 12 dives over 6 days.
Pemba, while similar in size to Unguja Island, is far less developed and touristy. As a result, this island paradise has a remarkably remote, authentic, and unspoiled feel to it, with gorgeous mangroves and secluded beaches lining the coastline. The island has a rich and fascinating history that the notoriously friendly locals seem eager to share with visitors. It is known throughout East Africa as a centre for practicing and learning the ancient arts of traditional African healing. Pemba has three main towns and a diverse range of attractions. Spend your days exploring the indigenous Ngezi and Ras Kiuyu Forests, both of which are home to a plethora of unusual bird and wildlife; scuba diving in the crystal-clear waters (which are home to a variety of marine life including mantas and turtles); or exploring the incredible Ras Mkumbuu Ruins, which date back to the 11th century.
Presented by N2Pix and Aiyana Resort Group
Dates: 12 days starting November 1, 2023
Price per person sharing: US$ 4,890, plus park fees and flights of US$ 1,650
Per non-diver sharing: US$ 3,990, plus park fees and flights of US$ 1,650
- Domestic flight from the Serengeti – Pemba – Zanzibar
- 4 nights private safari in northern Tanzania on full-board basis
- 4×4 vehicle including fuel and English-speaking guide
- Game activities included as mentioned
- Safari park fees
- 7 nights in a Beach Resort on Pemba on full-board basis
- 12 reef dives for the divers
- Chamber fee
- International flights
- Dive equipment
- Activities for non-divers
- Travel & dive insurance
- Increase in government tax and park fees
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