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The development and survival of the Maasai people is a matter of grave concern to us. We strongly believe that we can bring sustainable social-economic development to the Maasai region, while preserving our cultural heritage. We do not have to abandon our traditions and culture to thrive in the modern world.

Lake Eyasi Hadzabe Walking Safari

Bush for cultural interaction,  get an opportunity to walk with them and watch the way they hunt or collect honey and insects. Return late afternoon for dinner and camping at Chemchem.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Lake Manyara Game Drive.
Devote full day in the lake Manyara National Park; game drive, watching hippos in the pool, giraffe, elephants, buffaloes and flamingos in the lake, then drive to Lake Manyara Hotel/Figi Lodge (budget) for dinner and overnight

Day 2: Lake Eyasi Hadza Culture Tour.
Breakfast and then drive to Lake Eyasi on a very rough trail for 2 hours’ drive; the road circumnavigates the Ngorongoro crater and head south west to Mongola Village; have a contact to local tribesmen and impression of Barabaig –Hadza-San tribes. Camping at Chemchem (water spring) near the village of Mongola. It is fairly basic.

Day 3: Walking with Hadza in Lake Eyasi Bush.
Very early morning you’ll drive to the dwellings of the famous Hadzabe tribe.

Day 4: Drive back to Arusha.
After leave-taking to the village tribesmen; start driving back to Arusha with short stay at Makuyuni-Mto wa Mbu.