Hunter and Gatherer of Africa (hadzabe tour)

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  • Few people visit the area, often because of lack of animals, but those who do generally come in search of the Hadzabe tribe, a fast-diminishing tribe of hunter-gatherers who inhabit the lakeside forest. We can arrange meetings with these fascinating people. The Hadzabe hunt in their ancient traditional way with bow and arrow and guests can join them on their hunting activities. If you like you can even stay the night and learn more about this amazing tribe and their traditions.Here is the one of our sample tour itinerary

    6 Days Tour to Hadzabe,Ngorongoro and Serengeti

    Day 1 : Arrive Arusha Arrive at Kilimanjaro International airport / Nairobi and transferred to Arusha for Dinner and overnight.

    Day 2: Arusha to Lake Eyasi At 0800 hrs departs Arusha to Lake Eyasi the journey which takes you towards Ngorongoro Crater before diverting from your route, driving down a track to the remote Lake Eyasi, one of the Soda Lakes that bejewel the Rift Valley.

    It is also the former lands of the elusive Hadzabe tribe, who you hope to meet up with and learn more about their fascinating culture.

    Picnic lunch then visit to Dagota village tour then back in the evening for dinner and overnight at campsite/Tented camp in Lake Eyasi

    Day 3: Hunting with Hadzabe

    Today you start off early with your bushman guide to meet a group of resident Hadzabe people. The Hadzabe are hunter-gatherers, also known as Bushmen, who speak a click-based language and move their encampments with the seasonal movements of the wildlife.

    With hadzabe you will learn about their traditions and how they hunt, track wildlife and fire making.

    Return to your camp for lunch. Afternoon depart for Ngorongoro and overnight at Campsite/Lodge.

    Day 4: Ngorongoro crater Breakfast, descend into the crater for a half day game viewing. A picnic lunch will be taken on the crater floor.

    The crater supports up to 25,000 large mammals which include population of predators,Herbivores and also different Bird species Afternoon ascend up the wall of crater and depart for Serengeti National Park for overnight at Campsite/ lodge.

    Day 5: Game viewing in Serengeti Morning and afternoon game drive in Serengeti plains with the possibility to see all big predators, reptiles and large herds of herbivores including wildebeests.

    The wildebeest migrations are normally in Serengeti from November to July and the early of August.

    During this season of the year the game of chasing and killing is not rare to be seen.Meals and overnight in the lodge/campsite

    Day 6: Serengeti to Arusha On the following day early morning game driving (sunrise game drive) followed by packed lunch boxes drive back to Arusha with a short stop to one of the Masaai boma at Ngorongoro.

    End of the service.

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