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Guest reveiw

Extract from our latest Trip Advisor review

“…the wonder of the Manta Resort is not in it’s fittings and fixtures but in it’s remoteness from the hustle and bustle of the western world and of course in it’s beautiful settings in the northeastern part of Pemba. It’s stunning white beach, lush tropical surroundings and impossibly emerald green/azure blue seas and not forgetting the underwater coral reef..”

Thank you!!

Guest Review

Recent guest review

“On our last evening, the three of us went on a sunset cruise on a ‘ngalawa’, a small boat carved out of mango tree. For the first hour we were surrounded by dolphins swimming right up to the boat and the last half an hour the sail was opened up for an exhilarating ride whilst we watched a stunning sunset- thank you Haji for such a magical experience. I could go on all day about the many wonders of this place but you must really experience it for yourself. We are very well travelled and have been fortunate enough to stay at some of the top hotels in the world, but The Manta Resort will always hold a special place in our hearts and we cannot wait to return again someday soon”

We are privileged to have such wonderful people visit us at Manta

Down to earth

Pemba Island is a unique, wild landscape, exotic and beautiful.

When on Pemba you are able to share in the beauty of ancient forests, undisturbed colonies of bats, families of bush-babies, clean, sandy beaches and calm, warm seas. At The Manta Resort we pride ourselves on our focus towards all that is especially and perfectly Pemba. We cater for those who find joy in the natural world. We don’t sell ‘bling’ but we do offer peace and authenticity.

Hipp Hipp Horray!

Congratulations to everyone in the Manta Family – we turn 4 today

Let us celebrate with lemongrass and ginger slings and beach bonfires and delicious island cuisine.

Fifteen Manta Rays spotted when diving

They are back!

Fifteen Mantas were spotted on a dive yesterday morning near to our house reef. This is a lucky and beautiful sighting and we are hoping that they stay close to our shores for some time!