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Lambaréné, Gabon

Lake Zile: Located near Lambaréné, upstream of the Ogooué, Zile the lake allows an approach to the flora and fauna

lake for those who have little time for the ride. You can get the Zile lake by car, the NI towards Makouké; canoe motor on the Ogooué,

northbound, from Lambaréné. This lake 7 km long and 2 km wide is sparsely populated. The largest village, northeast, is St. Martin.

At the center of the lake, the island is a sacred fetish wood.

It does not enter this mythical forest inhabited by ombwiris or geniuses of the forest. While being very close to the city, we are already in

the special atmosphere of the lakes. The soft green and dark green vegetation intermingle and create a beautiful cameo. All is calm,

only rustle birds flitting on the mirror of the water in search of food. Here and there, land islands and villages inhabited by families and

enenga apingi living from fishing and have some food plantations.

In a way, be Zile means to be longtime fisherman. The visitor will observe this ancient and elegant gestures of the net jet for a fishing hawk.

On the Ogooué, halfway between Ndjolé and Lambaréné after Makouké, the Protestant Mission Samkita, perched on a promontory overlooking

the river and its traffic between the two leaders towns of the province.
 

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