Jakobsen Beach

Jakobsen Beach

Lake Tanganyika / Where families and small groups can enjoy a relaxing and affordable escape. Our aim is to provide simple but clean accommodation, and space to enjoy nature.
Jakobsen Beach
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Great picture of jumping Gazelle @ #Katavi National Park in #Tanzania

Great picture of jumping Gazelle @ #Katavi National Park in #Tanzania

The roads of Western Tanzania. http://blog.getaway.co.za/travel-ideas/state-of-roads-tanzania/

The roads of Western Tanzania. http://blog.getaway.co.za/travel-ideas/state-of-roads-tanzania/

Visit #Tanzania National Parks! www.tanzaniaparks.com #tanzanianationalparks #travel #katavi

Visit #Tanzania National Parks! www.tanzaniaparks.com #tanzanianationalparks #travel #katavi

Lake Tanganyika. Africa.  Second largest lake in the world.

Lake Tanganyika. Africa. Second largest lake in the world.

Camping by Lake Tanganyika

Camping by Lake Tanganyika

His Young Majesty the baby zebra posed for a moment before proceeding to devour our lawn for breakfast.

His Young Majesty the baby zebra posed for a moment before proceeding to devour our lawn for breakfast.

Gombe chimpanzee Fanni cradles her newborn, Fax.  Baby chimpanzees are almost always in physical contact with their mother in their natural habitat.  This is the 'face' of true love.

Gombe chimpanzee Fanni cradles her newborn, Fax. Baby chimpanzees are almost always in physical contact with their mother in their natural habitat. This is the 'face' of true love.

Lilac breasted roller    		Lilac breasted roller, Katavi National Park, Tanzania

Lilac breasted roller Lilac breasted roller, Katavi National Park, Tanzania

An elephant from Katavi national park in Tanzania

An elephant from Katavi national park in Tanzania

"Stanley and Livingstone" ~November 10, 1871 - New York Newspaperman Henry M. Stanley finally found Scottish explorer Dr. Livingstone at Ujiji near Lake Tanganyika (helpfully identified by some sources as being "near Unyanyembe"), and remarked, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?", on this date

"Stanley and Livingstone" ~November 10, 1871 - New York Newspaperman Henry M. Stanley finally found Scottish explorer Dr. Livingstone at Ujiji near Lake Tanganyika (helpfully identified by some sources as being "near Unyanyembe"), and remarked, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?", on this date