For centuries, the Hadzabe tribe has inhabited the Rift Valley around Lake Eyasi. They are a hunter-gatherer tribe, who speak a very interesting and unique language filled with “clicks” and “pops”. These kind friendly people reside in caves or grass huts, wear animal skins, and depend entirely on nature to survive. There are no official leaders as they believe in individual autonomy, and it is estimated that only about 2000 Hadzabe people remain. The Hadzabe men are skilled hunters, who will show you how they hunt local wildlife with bows and arrows of different types. They also collect honey, while the women and children gather roots, berries, and baobab fruit.
With this cultural excursion you will see a lifestyle that the Hadzabe have maintained for centuries!