Saturday, August 18, 2012
1. VISITING LAKE EYASI
Lake Eyasi: Located south of the Serengeti National Park and immediately southwest of the Ngorongoro is one among several lakes in the floor of the East African Rift Valley. The southwest flank of Ngorongoro Volcano drains into the northeast end of the lake. The lake is generally rectangular, except the indented southeast side, which appears to be shallower owing to the sediment that has filled in the shore. Seasonal water level fluctuations in the lake are dramatic, which is indicating that Lake Eyasi is relatively shallow even during periods of maximum water levels. Lakes in Ngorongoro Conservation Area including Lkae Eyasi are regarded to be the largest breeding and feeding places for the greater and lesser flamingo in East Africa.
Being in Lake Eyasi away from having a beautiful view of Lake Eyasi there are still a number of activities that one can do while being, below are some of the activities that can be done at Lake Eyasi!!
B. Visiting Tatoga and Hadzabe people living around Lake Eyasi- studying the hunting techniques of the Tatoga and hadzabe people Read more