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Mnemba Island

This island offers enough variety of marine life with some beautiful coral gardens. Big currents afford excellent drift dives and the hard corals are in excellent condition. The island is now a marine sanctuary and the highlight of the year is when the migration whale sharks stop over in about March. They range from 5 to 12 meters and there is nothing more graceful in the oceans.

The pristine white beaches of Mnemba, surrounded by deep blue ocean, combine to make this intimate island your own private tropical paradise. Mnemba is inhabited only by guests and the staff taking care of them. While the dazzling sands and brilliant sunshine invite you to spend idle hours on shore, magnificent coral reefs create an underwater wonderland that lures you to explore the warm, crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Scores of snorkelling and diving sites form a gateway to a world of incredible sea creatures.

This exquisite private island with its white coral sand beaches and spectacular coral reefs is renowned as one of the world’s most romantic ocean destinations, offering a seclusion and rustic exclusivity unparalleled on the African coastline. Set off the northeastern tip of Zanzibar and surrounded by a coral atoll, Mnemba is home to a staggering diversity of marine life. In an effort to protect and preserve these precious ecosystems has partnered with the Zanzibar government and the local fishing communities to have the atoll and its surroundings proclaimed the Mnemba Island Marine Conservation Area.



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Mnemba Island Lodge
Mnemba Island Lodge
Mnemba Island Attractions
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9 Day Safari in Tanzania
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Other destinations found in Tanzania
Arusha | Katavi National Park | Lake Manyara National Park | Mahale Mountains National Park | Mnemba Island | Ngorongoro Crater | Pemba Island | The Serengeti
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