Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site, Gabon

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Photos taken by David Stanley on a visit to the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site on Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa.

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The Tsam Tsam, Ecotourism Site is next to Lake Oguemoué in the southern chain of lakes off the Ogooue River in Gabon, Central Africa. Lakes, Southern, Africa, River, Chain, Outdoor, Outdoors, Rivers, The Great Outdoors

The Tsam Tsam, Ecotourism Site is next to Lake Oguemoué in the southern chain of lakes off the Ogooue River in Gabon, Central Africa.

Savannah grasslands alternate with rainforests around the lakes south of Lambarene, Gabon, Central Africa. Rainforests, Savannah Chat, Lakes, Africa, Country Roads, Outdoor, Outdoors, The Great Outdoors, Afro

Savannah grasslands alternate with rainforests around the lakes south of Lambarene, Gabon, Central Africa.

Fish stocks in Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa, are dwindling due to uncontrolled over harvesting of undersized fish by local residents. Fish Stock, Africa, Afro

Fish stocks in Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa, are dwindling due to uncontrolled over harvesting of undersized fish by local residents.

A Nile monitor lizard basks on the shore of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa. Monitor Lizard, Africa, Afro

A Nile monitor lizard basks on the shore of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa.

A pair of sitatunga or marshbucks (antelope) graze in a wetland next to Lake Oguemoué, Gabon. The animals are hunted for their meat by locals and invariably flee as humans approach. Africa, Meat, Animals, Animaux, Animal, Animales, Afro, Animais

A pair of sitatunga or marshbucks (antelope) graze in a wetland next to Lake Oguemoué, Gabon. The animals are hunted for their meat by locals and invariably flee as humans approach.

During the rainy season the waters of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa, rise up to four meters. Rainy Season, Africa, Seasons, River, Outdoor, Outdoors, Seasons Of The Year, Rivers, The Great Outdoors

During the rainy season the waters of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa, rise up to four meters.

These ecotourists are being paddled around a quiet corner of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa. Paddle, Africa, Corner, Afro

These ecotourists are being paddled around a quiet corner of Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa.

Ecotourists enjoy a pirogue ride through a scenic wetland off Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa. Africa, Afro

Ecotourists enjoy a pirogue ride through a scenic wetland off Lake Oguemoué in Gabon, Central Africa.

Residents of a small village near the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site in Gabon, Central Africa, prepare meals in this primitive kitchen. Primitive Kitchen, Food Preparation, Africa, Meals, Rustic Kitchen, Meal, Food, Minimalist Kitchen, Afro

Residents of a small village near the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site in Gabon, Central Africa, prepare meals in this primitive kitchen.

RV And Camping. Great Ideas To Think About Before Your Camping Trip. For many, camping provides a relaxing way to reconnect with the natural world. If camping is something that you want to do, then you need to have some idea Camping Uk, Camping World, Family Camping, Outdoor Camping, Camping Hacks, Camping Outdoors, Camping Menu, Camping Hammock, Camping Ideas

Set tents on wooden platforms accommodate visitors to the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site on Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa.

A staff member unloads supplies at the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site on Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa. Africa, Boat, Dinghy, Boats, Afro

A staff member unloads supplies at the Tsam Tsam Ecotourism Site on Lake Oguemoué, Gabon, Central Africa.

The Ogooue River cuts through rainforest south of Lambarene, Gabon, Central Africa. The century explorer Savorgnan de Brazza reported to his French sponsors that the river above Lambarene was unsuitable as a trade route due to rapids. 19th Century, Africa, River, French, Explore, Outdoor, Outdoors, French Language, Rivers

The Ogooue River cuts through rainforest south of Lambarene, Gabon, Central Africa. The 19th century explorer Savorgnan de Brazza reported to his French sponsors that the river above Lambarene was unsuitable as a trade route due to rapids.