Pemba is a historical city on the third largest bay in the world where the experience of the setting sun is impossible to photograph.


There are unique beauties that need to be encountered.  This is the largest and most touristic city in the province of Cabo Delgado. The magnificent beaches and varied hotel options are a safe bet on quality of service that will make you want to always return.

Tourist Attractions
  • Quirimbas Archipelago: with its beautiful white sandy beaches, you can also find the Quirimbas National Park, with species like sea turtles, dolphins, dugongs, elephants, leopards, etc.
  • Ibo Island (part of the Quirimbas Archipelago): São João Baptista Fort (John the Baptist) constructed by the Portuguese to guarantee their domination of commerce in the region
  • Jozani Forest Reserve

Frango Assado Mississipi: Rec. Ringue Desportivo Av 25 Setembro-Pemba

Flor D'Avenida PAstry: 286 Av. Eduardo Mondlane-Pemba

Dolphin: Wimbe Beach-Pemba  

Sports Activities

The diving along the coral reefs attracts many visitors as well as fishing on the bank of São Lázaro (St. Lazarus), about 42 nautical miles from the coast.  It attracts many fishermen by allowing catches either by size or by species.

Hunters can find hunting concessions in Lugenda and Negomano and the opportunity to try your hand and get some trophies.

Shopping in Pemba

Great local handicraft of great artistic quality can be found in Pemba and Ibo Island in bazaars or outdoor markets, places most frequented by visitors.

Nightlife in Pemba

Nightclubs and bars provide moments of interaction with other visitors and locals.

Accomodation in Pemba 

Diamonds Mequfi Beach Resort is a 5 star resort based in Mecufi and it is one of Mozambique's most beautiful beaches, with unspoilt natural beauty and natural landscapes.

At Diamonds Mequfi Beach guests have the option to book the area's main sporting activities and experience them in Mozambique's unspoilt environment of wild nature, unexplored ocean and open beaches. It is also possible to watch the spectacular whale along the Pemba coast, as well as horse riding.