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The Hadzabe people are an ethnic group in central Tanzania, living around Lake Eyasi in the central Rift Valley and in the neighboring Serengeti Plateau. The Hadzabe number is just under 1000. Some 300–400 Hadzabe live as hunter-gatherers, much as they have for thousands or even tens of thousands of years. They are the last functioning hunter-gatherers in Africa.
While traditionally considered an East African branch of the Khoisan peoples, primarily because their language has clicked, modern genetic research suggests that they may be more closely related to the Pygmies. The Hadzabe language appears to be an isolated, unrelated to any other.
Arusha/ Moshi Town
Early In The Morning
Our trip will start from Karatu in the very early morning to the Hadzabe Bushmen. On arrival, we will learn about their way of life and their traditional culture which refers back to the early years of African life. We will then take the time to go hunting with them.
The Hadzabe people are nomads and thus don’t live in the same place for long. The group only set up camp for several days or even months and then when they have harvested the resources of their current location, they move to another area. Their moves are normally influenced by climate changes and the availability of wild fruits and vegetation for their animals. Nevertheless, the Hadzabe people build homes by weaving small huts out of sticks from the euphorbia bush.
They eat roots, meat, and wild fruits and use alternative medicine to treat their illnesses. However, they utilize sticks and grass to start fires. Their unique lifestyle makes a stay with them an interesting and stimulating experience.
Later, we will drive to Arusha with a picnic lunch en route arriving in the evening
Who are the Hadzabe People?
Known as hunter-gatherers, the Hadzabe are a native ethnic group that makes its home in the Rift Valley near the Serengeti Plateau and the Lake Manyara Parks. Occupying the best parts of Lake Eyasi.
With less than 1000 people in the group, in the last thousand years, very little has changed in their way of life. They spend their days hunting and foraging for food, setting up camp for a few weeks in one location, and then moving on.
Where are the Hadzabe people located?
They occupy the northern region of Tanzania