The Hadza people are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in the world, living in Tanzania's Lake Eyasi region. If you are interested in visiting the Hadza tribe, it is essential to understand and respect their culture, way of life, and customs.
To visit the Hadza tribe, it is best to arrange a guided tour with a reputable tour company or guide who has experience in dealing with the tribe. This is because the Hadza people live in a remote area, and their way of life is very different from that of most visitors.
During your visit, it is important to be respectful of the Hadza people and their customs. They have a unique culture that values independence, egalitarianism, and a deep connection to nature. You should also be aware of the local laws and regulations and obtain any necessary permits before visiting.
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2 DAY CULTURE SAFARI TO LAKE EYASI
DAY 1 ARUSHA TO LAKE EYASI
The day you will witness the real Culture of hadzabe tribe Enjoy breakfast at your hotel pick up early in the morning and start our safari to lake Eyasi After a brief introduction, the tour to Lake Eyasi starts and arrives in time for lunch at Tindiga tented camp/ similar You relax in your rooms and later spend the whole of the afternoon exploring the lake helped by the locals. During the dry season, you walk through the dried lake and the bush. Return to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 2 LAKE EYASI TO ARUSHA
After an early morning breakfast, you depart for your cultural tour with the Hadza community. This is your day with typical cultural tribes and engages in real hunting together. It is a tribe of hunters and collectors, which formerly inhabited the Serengeti, but was forced away by stronger and more aggressive tribes. The Hadza live in traditional ways, hunting games such as dik-diks and collecting honey. Their huts are simple, built in a few hours, and as easily abandoned. Like other people of hunters and collectors, the San tribe of the Kalahari in southern Africa, the Hadza speak a click language. After hunting and engagement with the tribe, you depart for Arusha with a stop for your lunch on the way. Later drop by your hotel or proceed to Kilimanjaro airport for the flight home.