Lake Eyasi is a semi alkaline lake on Northern Tanzania, tourist hardly discover this wild, as it is nearly unexplored area, and you will definitely be impressed of it. The Lake stretching for about 50 km (31 miles) to the southwest. To the northeast you can see a at the horizon the impressive Crater Highlands and to the north the endless plains of Serengeti.
This area is occupied by small groups of bushmen – the Hadza and Tindiga people who live in groups. Their livelihood is depending on hunting with bow and arrows as well as gathering roots, tubers and wild fruits just as much as humankind who lived in the Stone Age. Over 100 years ago, when the stronger Masai tribes moved into the Ngorongoro and Serengeti, the tribes made the area around Lake Eyasi their home. Another interesting tribe in the area is the Datoga. These are the last remaining tribes of bushmen in East Africa.
Since we have made friends with these natives for many years, they are willing to accompany us and show us their livelihood and the hunting skills.