Explore the wild and uncharted territory south of the Serengeti. Lake Eyasi, located just southwest of Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania's Crater Plateau, is one of many beautiful lakes in the East African Rift Valley. The slightly alkaline lake extends about 50 km to the southwest with the vast plains of the Serengeti to the north. Take a walk along the lakeshore and spend the afternoon exploring the area dotted with ancient baobab trees. Join the hunting expedition with the Hadzabe family, Africa's last hunter-gatherers, to see their amazing hunting and tracking abilities!
Early in the morning, we left the village to experience local hunting with Hadzabe and Datonga tribes. It is not a mere representation. Bushwalkers rely on these techniques to survive, and you'll need to be very attentive and sometimes silent as they demonstrate the use of locally produced poison to incapacitate living creatures. poor things on which they depend. We return to your accommodation for a late breakfast.
After breakfast, you will be introduced to the wonderful people of an indigenous tribe known as the 'Hadzabe' (hunter-gatherers). The tribe inhabits the shores of Lake Eyasi, like the Nilotic-speaking Datoga. You will visit these tribes, including a tour of their farms, learn about their way of life, track animals, medicinal plants and much more. Some wildlife and a variety of birds can be seen while walking around the lake, which will be held.
At the end of the afternoon we returned to Manyara/Karatu for an overnight stay.