Lake Eyasi is a salt lake located in the northern part of Tanzania. It is a shallow lake that covers an area of over 1,000km2, and is fed by several small rivers, including the Sibiti and the Baray. The lake is surrounded by a diverse landscape of savannah, woodland, and rocky outcroppings, and is habitat for a wide variety of plant and animal species.
The area around Lake Eyasi is inhabited by several indigenous tribes, including the Hadza, who have lived in the region for thousands of years. The Hadza are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in the world, and have a unique way of life that involves foraging for wild food and hunting game using traditional method and fascinating Hadza-guided cultural walks and fly-camping are offered by Entara.
A walking safari itinerary with a difference with Entara. Track big game at Tarangire, walk with Hadza guides from a fly-camp at Lake Eyasi, and finish with game drives and walks in the plains of Northern Serengeti.