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Lake Eyasi and Tribes (Hadzabe&Datoga)

Pr from $80 / Pr to $210pp (USD)
Tour highlight
  • Main Destination :
    Northern tanzania
  • Tour may be offered as :
    • Mid Range
    • Private
    • Culture
    • Religious
    • Budget
  • Tour Duration:
    Day: 1
  • You Visit:
    • Arusha
    • Manyara

Tour Over View:

on this day trip eithrt from arusha or from safari, you will get a chance to see, visit, and hunt with the hadza tribe and datoga and finish with lake eyasi (salt lake)

Tour itinerary:

The Hadzabe, Datoga, and Maasai are distinct ethnic groups in East Africa, each with its own unique culture. Here's an overview of each culture:


The Hadzabe are an indigenous ethnic group in Tanzania, primarily residing around Lake Eyasi and the Serengeti Plateau. They are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer communities in Africa, known for their ancient way of life that revolves around hunting and gathering in the bush.

Their culture places a strong emphasis on their deep connection with nature and the land. They live in small, mobile camps and traditionally rely on their extensive knowledge of the environment to find food, using bows and arrows for hunting and gathering wild fruits, honey, and tubers. The Hadzabe have a unique language, characterized by click consonants, and their traditional beliefs and rituals are deeply rooted in animism and ancestral spirits.


The Datoga, also known as the Barbaig, are a pastoralist ethnic group residing in northern Tanzania and parts of Kenya. They are traditionally cattle herders and are known for their expertise in raising livestock, particularly cattle.

The Datoga are skilled blacksmiths and are renowned for their metalworking skills, crafting weapons, tools, and jewelry from iron and brass. Their culture places a strong emphasis on cattle, which hold great cultural and economic significance for them. The Datoga are organized into clans, and marriage plays a crucial role in their social structure. They also have traditional healing practices and religious beliefs that involve ancestral spirits and ritual ceremonies.


  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Transport
  • Gear
  • Entry/Admission: Lake Eyas


  • tips
  • any activity not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Entry/Admission: Karatu

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