Visit the Hadzabe tribe


They are one of the last hunter-gatherers in Africa. It is a small tribe of about 1,300 people who live between Lake Eyasi and the embankment of the Great Rift valley in Tanzania. Just like the Batwa of Uganda, they don’t practice farming or keep livestock.

They survive by traditional hunting and gathering. They speak a click language like the Khoisans. Their land is slowly being encroached and unfortunately, they might soon be extinct.

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