Infographic showing facts and information about Lake Tanganyika. This shows comprehensive details about this place

Infographic showing facts and information about Lake Tanganyika. This shows comprehensive details about this place

Lake Tanganyika, central Africa – 1,470 meters  deep (4,823 ft). It is estimated to be also the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume. The lake is divided among four countries – Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia.

Lake Tanganyika, central Africa – 1,470 meters deep (4,823 ft). It is estimated to be also the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume. The lake is divided among four countries – Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia.

Lake Tanganyika | Lake Tanganyika - Second Deepest Lake in World : Travel Tourism

Lake Tanganyika | Lake Tanganyika - Second Deepest Lake in World : Travel Tourism

Lake Tanganyika Beaches (Burundi). 'As unlikely as it may seem, some of the region’s best inland beaches are those found on the Burundian shores of Lake Tanganyika. Infrastructure is limited and the situation precarious, but intrepid travellers are once again throwing down their beach towels and sipping their daiquiris on the sandy shores first made famous by the explorers Stanley and Livingstone.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/burundi

Lake Tanganyika Beaches (Burundi). 'As unlikely as it may seem, some of the region’s best inland beaches are those found on the Burundian shores of Lake Tanganyika. Infrastructure is limited and the situation precarious, but intrepid travellers are once again throwing down their beach towels and sipping their daiquiris on the sandy shores first made famous by the explorers Stanley and Livingstone.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/burundi

Lake Tanganyika, sunset at Mpulungu in Zambia.

Lake Tanganyika, sunset at Mpulungu in Zambia.

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