Add on Safari
To visit this place you will need two nights to enjoy maximum
Though not really a game destination, Lake Eyasi, just south of the Serengeti, is a wild, scenically stunning area where you can get a real insight into the way of life of some of Tanzania’s fascinating tribes, most notably the Hadzabe and Datoga peoples. Lake Eyasi is about ninety miles to the south west of Arusha and a drive of around five hours on some fairly rough sections of road. This is the same road you take to get to the Ngorongoro Crater and Highlands, but divides in Karatu
The north-eastern tip of the lake lies in the shadow of Oldeani Mountain on the edge of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Lake Eyasi lies in one of the oldest parts of the Eastern Rift Valley, it runs northeast – southwest for a distance of about fifty miles below the impressive three thousand foot escarpment, which forms the south-eastern boundary of the Serengeti National Park and Maswa game reserve.
To the southeast of the lake is the Yaeda valley, home to the Hadzabe tribe of hunter-gatherers.
Lake Eyasi isn’t somewhere to come in search of game, but it is an interesting part of Tanzania to see if you’re prepared for a bit of slow time.
Flamingos, pelicans and plenty of other waders frequent the shallow soda lake and there is some good walking to be had in the form of expeditions from the Ngorongoro Highlands down to the lake shore.
Day 1: Arrive at Lake Eyasi
On this day of safari you arrive at Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp for dinner and overnight
Day 2: Lake Eyasi
On this day of safari you will depart from Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp with a local guide you will depart from the lodge. You will then proceed to the settlements to the Hadzabe tribesman.
One you get there you will then participate on a traditional hunt. The Hadzabe hunt during early hours of the day.
After the hunt you will return to camp for breakfast then visit Datoga tribesman settlement, here you will get to learn the culture of Datoga Tribesman. Returning to camp hot lunch.
After lunch you will then visit the local blacksmith who make traditional ornaments out of scrap metal.
Have a sundowner then return to camp for dinner and overnight
Day 3: Lake Eyasi – onward going destination
After breakfast on this day you will depart with picnic lunch boxes and continue with onward going destination
End of this Excursion
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- All transfers according to program
- Entrance fees to all National Parks
- Extra-fees for Ngorongoro Crater
- Scout fees
- Overnight all Hotels/Campsites according to program
- FB during safari (picnic-lunch)
- 5 liters mineral water per person per day on safari; tea; coffee
- Driver/guide and car (Land rover / Land cruiser/ Nissan Patrols) for Safaris without kmlimit!!!
- Driver/guide and car ((Land rover / Land cruiser/ Nissan Patrols) for Safaris without time-limit!!!
- Maasai Morans
- Maasai Donkeys
- Armed Ranger
- Walking Maasai Speaking / English Guide
Not Included Services:
- International flights
- Visa fees
- Drinks (if not mentioned above)
- Expenses of personal nature (like souvenirs)
- Excursions and trips not included in this program (e.g. Balloon Safari Serengeti