Pemba Island lies in the Indian Ocean, 56km off the coast of East Africa, opposite the port of Tanga in Tanzania. Pemba is an Arabic name that means ‘green’, symbolic to the island’s fertility in comparison with Zanzibar; a twin-island.
Pemba’s terrain is hilly and has lush vegetation. The coastline is full of mangroves and lagoons. There are plenty of coral reefs offshore making it a popular destination for scuba diving. Even though most visitors prefer the Zanzibar Island, those who visit Pemba are rarely disappointed.
Plantations in Pemba are nearly all devoted to growing cloves. Zanzibar is one of the largest producers of cloves in the world.
Apart from cloves, the region is well known for the cultivation of coconut palms(for the preparation of copra).
This region is largely occupied by Muslims. Therefore when dressing, blend in with the locals’ moderate code and respect their religion.
Do not be in a hurry with the ladies in this region, their culture dictates that matters be handled slowly. Take time to show her the events you have planned as you woo her. You might also need a local for more convincing.
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There are numerous coconut trees growing naturally in the Pemba North Region. Apart from being used in their cuisine, the island occupants use coconut oil for massages.
Prostitution on this beautiful island is largely attributable to the poverty levels and the tourism industry. Majority of the prostitutes come from Macho Manne, Kengeja.
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