It was an early morning pack up before we headed off to our next campsite in the Yaeda Valley. Instead of driving there like usual, we hiked the 7 miles to our next campsite. While the distance was long, the savanna scenery was absolutely beautiful. Walking also allowed us to see some exciting things, such as two Grey Crowned Cranes and a bullfrog so large it had to be held with two hands, watching our Hadza guides crawl into a Baobab tree full of bees and witnessing a Hadza hunt! When we arrived at our new campsite, we quickly discovered the amazing 360 degree view of the entire valley. Although we were exhausted, the sight was just what we needed to finish up the day. In the evening on the rock we discussed the Hadza and the future of their people. Some students enjoyed the view so much they decided to sleep on top of the rock and taking star trails!
View from atop our Rock
Photo By: Lizzy Baxter