What We Can Learn From the Hadzabe

The Hadzabe are an indigenous tribe that lives around Lake Eyasi in Tanzania. They are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherers in the world, and only about a thousand of them remain today. In the Lake Eyasi area in Tanzania, about 300-400 tribe members still live a true nomadic lifestyle. They speak Hadzane, a unique click language that also includes popping sounds and is almost impossible for Westerners to imitate.

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Denise Brown
Why a Safari in Tanzania is not a Budget Holiday

Tanzania is an ultimate adventure destination for many travelers across the globe. For many reasons including wildlife that’s beyond compare to any other country in the world, more and more tourists have been drawn to Tanzania. What sets other travelers back is the price. Yes, Tanzania safaris are generally pricey compared to other holiday destinations. The question is, why?

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Denise Brown
Transformational Travel - Social Impacts Of Journeys Abroad

In order for any program to be successful, you never arrive in a community with any ideas, instead you sit with the local people. You don't work from offices, you meet at the cafe or a pub. You have zero infrastructure. Instead you become friends, and you find out what the person you want to help wants to do. You don't come in as a hero, you come in as a sidekick.

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Denise Brown