Lyamembe, Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania
Due to the proximity to the Mahale Mountains National Park, where fishing and hunting are prohibited,
Lyamembe Bay is inhabited by many crocodiles.
Mikael (African Diving) at Lyamembe in 2007 waiting for the crocodile (the previous photo)
to remove itself to a safe distance before getting into the water.
Lyamembe Bay. On the northern side is Mabilibili Point with the border to Mahale Mountains National Park,
and on the southern side is Lyamembe Village.
Lyamembe Point, adjacent to the Mahale Mountains National Park.
Heavy downpour at Lyamembe, December 2007
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