Lake Eyasi Trip | Bushmen Tribe Tours

Lake Eyasi trips led you to visit bushmen tribes to experience the survival skills and unique hunter-gather culture tour.

Meeting with the Bushmen can be an incredibly uplifting and humbling experience.

Their extraordinary ability to survive and thrive in very hard environments, their great skill as hunters, and their unique culture are under great threat from modern civilization. All of the projects that we recommend are aimed at making these people proud of their culture and assisting them in maintaining it.

If you want to visit Bushman people on your Tanzania trip, then tell us what you have in mind and we will let you know the options.

Lake Eyasi Highlights

The Hadzabe bushmen and Datoga tribes: The Hadzabe live in caves and they don’t wear any kind of clothes but rather a skin to cover their private parts. They are still holding to their traditional way of life, hunting and gathering different kinds of fruits and honey. It is also possible to go on a hunting trip with the Hadzabe or to visit the Datoga tribes. Unforgettable Glimpse Into An Ancient Culture

 

Lake Eyasi: 1050 km² big lake, situated at 3400 feet above sea level is a soda lake that surpasses Lake Manyara in size, a shallow endorheic soda Lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. This area seems downright tropical. Palm trees border the lake and make homes for birds

 

Wildlife around the Lake: The lake is a birdwatcher’s dream due to the many resident species of birds found here. Such as Fischer’s lovebird Some main birds to be found here include the African spoonbill, flamingos, gray-headed gulls, great white pelicans, pied avocet, and yellow-billed storks. The main fish found in the lake are catfish and lungfish.

Other animals are monkey species, hippos, hares, and different species of rodents.

What To Do

  • Bowhunting with Hudzabe Tribe
  • Music dancing with Hadzabe and Datoga tribes
  • Ironmaking experience with Datoga Tribe
  • Bird watching
  • Natural walking

Best time to visit Lake Eyasi

The Lake can be visited all year round.

June to February: The landscape experiences a dry season from June to October and short rain from November to February. During these seasons the area is good for hunting.

March to May: Walking trails and roads will be affected by heavy rains, so it might impact the ease of your travel

Lake Eyasi Safari Packages

3 Days Safari – Lake Manyara, Bushmen Tribe & Ngorongoro Crater
From$630

3 days, 2 nights safari to Lake Manyara park, Bushmen Tribes in lake Eayasi, and Ngorongoro Crater to witness the African big animals

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