Oldupai Gorge (Also known as Olduvai Gorge) is a site in Tanzania – Ngorongoro that holds the earliest evidence of the existence of human ancestors.
This ‘Cradle of Mankind’ has yielded abundant fossil material dating back at least two million years. It was here (1959) that Mary and Louis Leakey discovered the remains of Nutcracker Man. Nearby, in Laetoli, (1979) Mary Leakey discovered the footprints of hominids which are estimated to be over three million years old. The excavation sites have been preserved for public viewing. And archeologists still continue to explore the gorge every year for more exposition.
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The Maasai people of Tanzania are well known for their traditional handmade beaded jewellery – it has been an important part of Maasai culture for many years. Almost daily Maasai women set aside time to work on beaded jewellery like colourful necklaces, bracelets, and pendants. It is considered the duty of every Maasai woman to learn the jewellery making craft. Traditionally the beadwork is made by women but is worn by both sexes, and has important cultural significance. The beadwork an individual wears reflects their age and social status.
The Hadzabe people are an indigenous ethnic group living around Lake Eyasi, in the southern part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. There are estimated to only be around 1000 Hadzabe people living in Tanzania and this ethnic tribe are descendants of Tanzania’s aboriginal hunter gatherer populations!!!
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The Name Serengeti Comes From the Maasai Word “Siringet” Referring To an “Endless Plain”, One of The Best Place To Visit.
Mount Kilimanjaro “The roof of Africa” is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain on earth. Crowned with an everlasting snow-cap, this majestic mountain found in Tanzania.
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