This lake was our initial contact with nature in Tanzania, we had reached Arusha which is where most safaris leave from. but our first contact with animals started here and its beautiful landscapes, leaving us in shock.
Lake Eyasi is one of the most interesting landscapes the plains of northern Tanzania has to offer, mainly because it is a lake that, for the majority of the year, is almost virtually dry. There is nothing abnormal in this, and the local vegetation have adapted to these circumstances. For the visitor, what is certain is that setting foot on the bed of a completely dry lake is not a common experience. Around the lake you can find some great examples of baobabs, one of the most striking trees that grow in this area of the world.