Near Lake Eyasi, Tanzania lives an indigenous tribe whose lives have remained largely unchanged over the past 10,000 years. The bush provides for all their needs and they are often willing for visitors to come and see their simple homes and way of life. Their language resembles the click languages of other Bushmen furher south in the Kalahari.
Our safaris to Tanzania often include visiting the Hadzabe people on a hunting or gathering walk (your choice based on your desired level of activity).
The December 2009 issue of National Geographic included the article, “The Hadza,” by Michael Finkel. It’s a fabulous article with excellent pictures of the tribe we can introduce you to on your next safari to Tanzania!