On arrival, one has the feeling that the world has stopped and there is no civilization. We are in Bushmen Hadzaland. Even today they keep their old traditions such as hunting with bow and poisoned arrows, technique they learn from early age.
The Hadzabe are hunters – gatherers. They live off hunting and gathering fruit and wild roots. While men hunt, women collect roots, insect larvae and honey from wild beehives.
Spending a morning with them is an enriching and unique experience which can only be lived in this remote land.