Just south of south of the Equator, between the soda waters of lake Eyasi and the ramparts of the Great Rift  Valley, live the Hadza a small tribe of approximately 1300 hunter-gatherers, of the last in Africa


Their homeland lies on the edge of the Serengeti plains, in the shadows of Ngorongoro Crater. It is also close to the Olduvai gorge one of the most important prehistoric sites In the world, where homo habilis -one of the earliest members of the genus Homo -was discovered to have the genus lived 1.9 million years ago. Basing on the genetic testing, the Hadza may represent one of the primary roots of the human family tree.

Their Life

. The Hadza are genetically not closely related to any other people. Once classified among the Khoisan languages, primarily because it has clicking sounds, the Hadza language (Hadzane) is unrelated to any other on earth. Known for persistently avoiding material possessions and social hierarchy, the Hadza move in wide areas as needed to find meat, tubers and wild berries. They do not grow food or rear livestock.


These iconic people have 4 secrets for their health and longevity; incorporate more functional movement into your day, eat a greater variety of fiber, don’t just admire nature, interact with it, embrace downtime and rest. There’s a life without timelines or calendars.

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