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Be a responsible traveller. Show tribal people respect and meet them on their premises. Visiting people with a different lifestyle and culture could sometimes be a very rewarding adventure, but be aware of that many tribal communities are extremely vulnerable to outside influences. All tribal people need to be protected from tourists in order to preserve their unique lifestyle and cultures. Travellers should understand that some tribes would like to live undisturbed, and that visit would be an intrusion.

An amazing encounter with the Bushmen in Lake Eyasi, Tanzania - a culture far different from the modern world!

The area around Lake Eyasi is home to the Hadzabe bushmen, some of the last remaining hunter-gatherers on the African continent. The Hadzabe inhabited the acacia forests and scrubland around Eyasi for over 10,000 years. Two totally different cultures meet on a rich sunny day below equator. Differences from many hundred thousand years? Yes, but we were greeted welcome, tells the Norwegian adventurer Per Henriksen about from his journey in Tanzania in Mars 2006.
Photo. The Bushmen in Tanzania. © Per Henriksen, Oslo, Norway: leading travel guide Reiseliv.no: www.Reiseliv.no.

The Bushmen have a very primitive, but interesting lifestyle. They wear animal skin, they hunt and they have kept their traditions with minimal influence from the outside world. Their language resembles the click languages of other bushmen further south in the Kalahari.

The story and information here is based on an article in Norwegian from the Norwegian adventurerer Per Henriksen, Reiseliv.no: a leading Norwegian travelguide: www.Reiseliv.no.

Coming up more soon about Per Henriksen`s amazing meeting with the hospitable and friendly Bushmen in Tanzania!

Stein Morten Lund, 19 April 2006

Additional information
Per Henriksen is the editor in the leading Norwegian travel guide Reiseliv: www.Reiseliv.no.

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