Lake Eyasi is a seasonal shallow endorheic soda lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley at the base of the Serengeti Plateau, just south of the Serengeti National Park and immediately southwest of the Ngorongoro Crater in the Crater Highlands of Tanzania. The lake is elongated, and orientated southwest to northeast.
It’s here that the Wahadzabe tribe lives, some of the last remaining hunter-gatherers on the continent.
This dwindling population of hunter-gatherers still maintain their thousand year old traditions, albeit with great difficulty.
Another interesting tribe in the area is the Datoga. These are the last remaining tribes of bushmen in East Africa.
A visit to this “primitive” tribe is an interesting learning experience and we can spend the day observing their ways.