Tribe at Lake Eyasi

Tribe at Lake Eyasi

It is a tribe among last hunter-gatherers in the world. They live in simple huts. The Hadza are organized into bands - camps in literature of typically 20–30 people. There is no tribal or other governing hierarchy, conflict may be resolved by one of the parties voluntarily moving to another camp. 


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Hadza men usually forage individually, and during the course of day usually feed themselves while foraging and also bring some honey, fruit or wild game when available. Woman forage in larger parties and bring some berries, baobab fruit and tubers. Visit is highly recommended, as they will graciously show you where and how they live.


  • Visiting the Hadza tribe with tour operators
  • One of the last hunter-gatherers in the world
  • Explore the region on foot
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