The Hadza are a hunter-gatherer people in Tanzania whose lifestyle is as close to the world of our ancestors as it is possible to get. With less than 1,000 remaining, spending time their presence, as their guests, is a rare and fascinating privilege.
The Hadza are to be found in two populations around Lake Eyasi, a salt lake at the base of the Serengeti Plateau in Tanzania. The northern population is more easily reached, and the resulting higher level of tourism means that the southern offers a much more authentic experience of unspoiled Hadza culture.
This experience is designed to benefit both the visitor and the local community. You will spend time with the Hazda, as their guests, their students, an experience like no other, one that will change the way you think about the world.