Matemwe is a village on the north-eastern coast of Unguja, the main island of the Zanzibar Archipelago, between Mwangaseni and Kigomani.Its economy is mostly based on seaweed farming and fishing.
Internationally, Matemwe is especially known for its relatively unspoiled white sand beaches, which makes for an exclusive vacation destination.
The village is fronted by a lagoon and coral reef, as well as the small atoll of Mnemba, which is a particularly appreciated place for snorkeling and scuba diving. Fish species that can be easily spotted in the area include kingfishes, trumpetfishes, anthiases, groupers and snapper
Matemwe provides the perfect holiday destination!