Lake Eyasi lies on the southern border of the Ngorongoro Conservation area and is Tanzania’s largest soda lake. This area is where the Wahadzabi hunter-gatherers live. Spend the days exploring on foot this dry and rugged landscape, which is still inhabited by this small group of bushmen. They live in bands, hunting with bows and arrows; gathering roots, tubers and wild fruits, similar to the way man lived 10,000 years ago. Another interesting tribe in this area is the Datoga (also called the Barabaig or Mang'ati). Initially, they were exercising a lot of rivalry over grazing land with the Maasai, but this is a thing of the past.