Mawe Lodges

Lake Eyasi

Land to last known bushmen in Tanzania

Discover the land of Bushmen

Lake Eyasi is a saline and shallow lake located in the Rift Valley in northern Tanzania. It is situated at the southwestern edge of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and is surrounded by the Eyasi Escarpment and the Great Rift Valley. 
This little village is known as home to several indigenous tribes, including the Hadzabe and Datoga people. The Hadzabe are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in Africa, known for their unique culture and lifestyle.

Karatu Lodge is the closest hotel

Karatu Tented Lodge

Our beautiful Karatu Lodge is the closest lodge to Lake Eyasi, which is 45 minutes away from the lodge. Day trips excursion from the lodge are possible. 



Lake Eyasi

Join the Hadzabe bushmen as they track down their hunt for the day.


The last known African craftsman

About FAQs

Yes! The activity is open to everyone. However, we recommend that you seek our advice if you are sensitive, as these bushmen live by hunting their meal, mostly bush meat, with their own hands.

Comfortable shoes, warm clothes for morning hours, afternoon it gets boiling. Sunscreen is best; please take plenty of drinking water with you.

About 45minutes 

It is charged per car 120USD, plus 20USD per activity offered by the local villagers.

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