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Africa Safari

Lake Eyasi is home to East Africa’s last true hunter-gatherers; the Hadzabe. They hunt animals like antelope, gazelles, birds and mongooses with bow and arrow, and collect fruit, roots and honey from the baobab trees.  They own no possessions other than what they need to survive, such as bow and arrows and a few pots for cooking. The arrows are made by another tribe in this area; the Datoga. These herders are skilled blacksmiths. They collect scrap metal, which they skillfully process into bracelets, arrowheads and knives, and trade these tools for food collected by the Hadzabe. Both tribes are hospitable and will welcome you warmly.

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