Lake Eyasi, in the south of Serengeti National Park, originated on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. It’s a salt lake which entirely dries up during the dry season leaving a stretch of sand that offers travellers an impressive view. During the rain seasons, the lake can get quite deep, even though the water level has dramatically decreased during the latest year.
It has two inflows: the Sibiti river and the Baray river, whose banks host the Hadzabe, a tribe of indigenous bushmen. A visit to this tribe and to their neighbours, the Datoga tribe, will be an unforgettable opportunity which will best enhance your journey.