Welcome back to our ongoing saga around the world. After our time in Kenya, we headed deep into the remote reaches of Tanzania, where we spent several days living amongst one of the world’s last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes.
The Hadza peple are, in many respects, the last of the first. Their way of life remains unchanged from 10,000 years ago! They grow no food, raise no livestock, speak a click language that is unrelated to any other language on Earth, and live without rules or calendars.
Spending time with them on their remote land was fascinating beyond explanation. We foraged with them, hunted with them, made bows and arrows with them, and shared stories and aspirations with them around campfires (through translation). It was an experience that the kids and we will never forget.
As always, we’ll just let our photos and the kid’s journals tell you all about it…