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Bushmen Cultural Tour,Tanzania Cultural Tours and Safaris ,Tanzania Culture Safaris, Tanzania Cultural Tourism
Bushmen Cultural Tour Lake Eyasi bordering the south western fringe of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the salty, sometimes dry Lake is rimmed by the steep wall of the ancient Eyasi Rift. The area around Lake Eyasi is inhabited by the Hadzabe tribe (also called the Datoga). This ancient tribe, which is believed to have arrived in the area more than 300 years ago, was subsequently forced out of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro by the Maasai.
3 nights/4 days – Bushmen Cultural Tour.
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Bushmen Cultural Tour arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport, meet and transfer to Arusha for overnight at Hotel Impala or similar.
Bushmen Cultural Tour after breakfast drive to Mang’ola at Lake Eyasi which lies to the south of the Ngorongoro Crater, passing through the arable land of Karatu. The night will be spent at the chemichemi camp water spring where fresh water comes from the Ngorongoro Crater highlands. In the evening your guide will tell you about the history and culture of Hadzabe and Datoga.
Bushman Cultural Tour after early morning tea/coffe and breakfast, collect honey with the hadzabe for whom collecting honey is not an activity for fun but a daily task. Later, go hunting with them. If they are successful, some of the meat will be eaten among them and the rest will be taken home for their families. Break for lunch at the camp. In the late evening you will visit another tribe or a Mang’ati tribe, who are Maasai cattle rustlers. Dinner and overnight at Mang’ola.
Bushmen Cultural Tour after breakfast depart for flamingo tour on the shores of lake Eyasi. Break for lunch and depart to Arusha.
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