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    Hadzabe tourist information
    Hadzabe Africa
    The Hadzabe live around Lake Eyasi to the south of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in northern Tanzania. They are the last remaining ancestors of the original hunter-gatherer tribes who first inhabited Tanzania, and their lifestyle has barely changed for millennia. Given that the Hadzabe are in such a precarious position, mainly due to the tourist industry, which has had such a devastating effect on their culture in recent years, the best thing that can happen to the Hadzabe is that they are left in peace. It is not appropriate to visit the Hadzabe as part of an itinerary, to prevent further damage to their culture and way of life.
    Tribes
    Quechua America - South
    Tribes is a fair trade tour operator which runs holidays working closely with and benefiting local communities. In Peru with the Quechua community (horse-supported treks to Machu Picchu), we promote the lodge of the Machiguenga people in Manu, and others.




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