Hi, I will present a journey of 400 km along the coast of Tanzania in October 2010. From Kigoma to Kipili.
With two friends, we shared two weeks with fishermen for fish keeping.
On a boat of 12 meters, we were nine people, and everything went very well.
A trip prepared for a long time (3 years), which was ideal.
We made 21 dives, makes 10,000 photographs (including 3000 when diving), 350 rushes videos.
The boat (Mvuna).
Cyathopharynx foae at Kabogo.
Chalinochromis sp. ndobhoi (Kalilani).
Neolamprologus mondabu, brichardi, Telmatochromis temporalis (Kabogo).
Telmatochromis vittatus (Kekese).
N. caudopunctatus (Mvuna).
Petrochromis "Moshi yellow" (Mpimbwe)
Boulengerochromis microlepis (male) (Lyamembe).
Female with larva.
Neolamprologus brichardi (Lupita-Ulwile island).
Julidochromis regani (Bulu point).
Julidochromis sp. kipili (Nkondwe).
Telmatochromis temporalis (Mpimbwe).
Neolamprologus sp. cygnus (Slaf rock).
N. pulcher (Mpimbwe).
N. cylindricus (Slaf rock).
Petrochromis sp. "giant" (Mpimbwe).
N. callipterus (Lupita-Ulwile).
Petrochromis fasciolatus (Manda-Kelenge island)
Chalinochromis brichardi (Maswa).
This trip was possible thanks to Kibwana Kiemena (kibwanaqua.com)
After I put pictures of seascapes