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Filming in Lake Eyasi

Filming in Lake Eyasi

Filming in Lake Eyasi Tanzania: Lake Eyasi is a huge soda lake that surpasses Lake Manyara in size, and the saline border extends and shrinks depending on the amount of rain that has fallen over the year. Doum palms are a very distinctive feature and in this fairly harsh environment the shade of the trees is both welcome and cooling. The sunsets here are superb, and the impressive western flank of the Rift Valley looms imperiously in the distance.

Dar Fixers can help you filming in Lake Eyasi as filming in Lake Eyasi requires written permisions and filming permits issued by Ministry of tourism in collaboration with relevant goverment offices. The process of acquring a valid Lake Eyasi filming permit can be a lot of taxing without the help of proffesionals. Dar Fixers can help with all that is needed filming in Lake Eyasi.

What to Film in Lake Eyasi?

Guests are invited to overnight in these tribal lands as well as witness how these people continue to hunt and forage for their food in the face of Tanzania’s continued development. Observing an early morning hunting display, gathering honey, and traditional dance performances are all part of the experience.It is a cultural experience not to be missed, and it all happens against the backdrop of beautiful Lake Eyasi.

Lake Eyasi is situated at the southwestern end of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area between Great Rift Valley Eyasi escarpment and Kidero mountains, just 133 km (95 miles) west of Lake Manyara. Lake Eyasi cover an area of about 1,050 square km (400 square miles).

The lake is as all the other lakes in the Rift Valley a soda lake. Lake Eyasi, which has one principle spring, the Sibiti River, is enclosed with walls consisting of purple lava. The main attraction of Lake Eyasi are the Hadzabe bushmen, the indigenous inhabitants and the last community of hunters and gatherers in Africa. Lake Eyasi is their homeland for over 10,000 years. They are still holding to their traditional way of life, hunting and gathering different kinds of fruits and honey.

The Hadzabe live in caves and they don’t wear any kind of clothes but rather skin to cover the private parts. Their community is endangered, because most of their land has been taken away from them for commercial production and they are forced to join the civilization.

Lake Eyasi is also inhabited by another bushmen community, the Tindiga. This community is also a hunters and gatherers community, but they are tired of this kind of live and want to join the civilized world. They have been living for centuries from the forest and its products, hunting animals such as monkeys. The Tindiga people don’t have permanent houses and avoid buildings with iron sheets, because they believe they cause blindness.

Dar-es-salaam (Dar) fixers 

Dar fixers is the local fixer company comprise of proffesional journalists based in Dar-es-salaam Tanzania, we assit filming companies and production agencies Dar-e-salaam, Arusha, Mwanza, Tanga, Dodoma and all other town and cities of Tanzania. 

We assist filming companies and production in Tanzania for over 10 years. We arrange all fixers services required with our proffesion team and driver guides. We have all relevant connections with other service providers  and goverment agencies in Tanzania to make sure accreditation and filming permits are processed in the shortest time possible.

 

 

Where do I start  ?  

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