- Learn survival skills
- Hunt with the Hadzabe
- Learn about their traditional culture
- Learn about their traditional medicine
- Observe how they live in the bush
A visit to Tanzania is not complete without a visit to the Hadzabe Bushmen. This tribe are the last true nomadic tribe of Africa. There are only approximately 1000 Hadza in Africa, with only 300-400 existing as traditional hunter-gatherers, much as they have for tens of thousands of years.
Our tours promote the tribe’s cultural traditions. You will accompany the Hadza as they hunt bushmeat, you will learn to make jewellery with the women and watch the traditional method of constructing weapons and instruments. You will even get a chance to practice the Hadzabe’s click language.
The Hadza people live in the Lake Eyasi region of northern Tanzania, which forms part of the East African rift valley system.
The Hadzabe bushmen tour operate daily. The tour starts at sunrise and finishes around 10:30am and can be incorporated into any itinerary to Lake Eyasi and the Northern Circuit of National Parks in Tanzania.