By Dian Hasan | October 7, 2009
Elevated and crafted along an idyllic island beach, The Manta Resort & Spa offers privacy, romance, adventure, and water sports on East Africa’s finest island sanctuary. And experience some of the world’s best diving sites, untouched coral reef surrounding the entire island. Crystal clear water and powdery sand beaches.
The smell of cloves in the air add to the allure of Pemba Island, still the world’s leading producer of cloves. The Manta Resort & Spa places you in the pulse of this idyllic paradise island. As an all-inclusive resort, it leaves you worry-free and ready to enjoy the island.
Six newly built luxury air-conditioned sea front villas. Spacious and private, with a large king-size bed and en-suite bathroom. A secluded terrace is the perfect place to take in Pemba’s magnificent sunset.
The Freshest Catch: A hand-picked team will spoil you with a mouth-watering variety of the largest, freshest locally caught fish and seafood you have ever seen. Most meals are served on the main building verandah, or a more romantic “Sandbank Dinner” on a secluded beach. Just you, your significant other, and the sunset! Perfect for honeymooners.
The resort’s well-stocked bar is always on hand for refreshing drinks and mouth-watering bites. Exotic cocktails and fruit drinks made with the island’s handpicked island mango, lime, lemon, pineapple, and coconuts blended with a touch of rum to help complete the picture.
A Touch of Bliss: Breath in. Leave everyday worries behind you focus on You for a change. Settle down and open up your senses. The Kipepeo Spa welcomes you to a stress less environment, with a warm breeze from the Indian Ocean sweeping across the room. Give yourself the time settle down and reflect. Breathe out. Embrace a new pace (all Spa treatments are included in the All Inclusive plan).
The resort is focused around a large open planned relaxing area that welcomes you to the sea. Life on Pemba revolves around the ocean tides, and as the day progresses you will witness the ever changing colours and shades of blue and green as the tide ebbs and flows.