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Black Pepper Beach Holiday

Beautiful sunsets, excellent diving opportunities and utter relaxation await you at Pemba Island’s Fundu Lagoon. Enjoy a remote beach experience with varied activities on a quiet stretch of tropical island.

Black Pepper Beach Holiday: Day-by-day

More detailed information of what each day entails, and the various places you’ll stay on the Black Pepper Beach Holiday. Everything we do is completely tailor-made so while this is an idea which works well, we’ll always design an itinerary just for you.


Day 1

Starts: Dar es Salaam International Airport

This trip starts at the Domestic Terminal of Dar es Salaam's Julius Nyerere International Airport, which is a walk of about 500m from the International Terminal.

Day 1

Dar es Salaam to Pemba by air, road & sea

From Dar es Salaam International Airport, you'll board a 1–1½-hour light-aircraft flight for Pemba, usually touching down in Zanzibar and sometimes changing planes. From the airport it takes 1½ hours to Fundu Lagoon: an air-conditioned drive across this rural island to Mkoani, followed by a boat transfer to the lodge.

Fundu Lagoon
Days 1-8

Fundu Lagoon

7 nights
Full BoardPemba Island, Tanzania

Fundu Lagoon is a beautiful and peaceful beach lodge, set into a tropical forest on the west side of Pemba Island. Part of the Zanzibar archipelago, the rural island of Pemba is one of Zanzibar Island's close neighbours, yet in comparison it sees very little tourism. As a result, it is relatively untouched and offers the visitor a more remote beach experience.

Fundu Lagoon

Fundu Lagoon is a beautiful and peaceful beach lodge, set into a tropical forest on the west side of Pemba Island. Part of the Zanzibar archipelago, the rural island of Pemba is one of Zanzibar Island's close neighbours, yet in comparison it sees very little tourism. As a result, it is relatively untouched and offers the visitor a more remote beach experience.

"A wonderfully relaxing stay in paradise."

Mr S.fromAbergavenny

Arrived 13 Feb 2019, 4 nights

Fundu Lagoon has a reputation as a honeymoon destination. The location is romantic and its atmosphere fun; whenever we have visited, the majority of guests have, indeed, been young couples on honeymoon. Despite this, a stay at Fundu is very sociable, and non-honeymooners will certainly not feel left out. After sharing activities during the day, most guests end up chatting at the bar before dinner. See our full report on Fundu Lagoon

87%
6 reviews of Fundu Lagoon by travellers since August 2007

Activities

Birdwatching

Boat trip

Cultural excursion

Fishing

Kayaking

Scuba-diving

Snorkelling

Watersports

Day 8

Pemba to Dar es Salaam by boat, road & air

Say farewell to Fundu Lagoon from the sea as you set off for the airport, switching to an air-conditioned vehicle at the port of Mkoani. The 1–1½-hour light-aircraft flight for Dar es Salaam, usually touching down in Zanzibar, arrives well in time for you to make your onward connections.

Day 8

Ends: Dar es Salaam International Airport

Your trip ends at the airport's Domestic Terminal. If you're due to fly out of the country, you'll then have a walk of about 500m to the International Terminal.

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