Stone Age Experience at Lake Eyasi

November 20, 2009 at 2:27 pm Leave a comment

ZARA Tours announces a new and innovative African adventure which will take place for the first time in February 2010: A group of 12-20 participants will live in the East African savanna like in Stone Age time. There will be an expert Stone Age instruction who will teach many prehistoric skills such as making tools, cloths or Stone Age cooking. Further, the participants will interact with members of local tribes such as the Hadzabe Bushmen who are the only active people of hunter-gatherers in Africa.

The group then has to apply what they have learned in order to solve certain tasks. An example is to bake honey-bread. The group must decide who will collect the honey (from wild beehives together with Bushmen), who will build the oven (using simple Stone Age tools) and who will collect the grains, make the wheat, the dough etc.

This is a really exciting new outdoor adventure for anyone seeking for the complete opposite of modern city life – going “back to the roots”. It is also particularly interesting for groups such as universities or clubs of cultural anthropology, ethnology, African sciences, history, archaeology etc. and for corporate team building.

There is a separate website for this new product with all necessary information, dates of upcoming events, video, photos and the possibility to book:

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