Lake Eyasi is a periodically shallow endorheic salt lake allocated on the floor of the Great Rift Escarpment at the base of the Serengeti Plateau, just south of the Serengeti National Park and directly southwest of the Ngorongoro Crater in the Crater Highlands of Tanzania.
The lake extends, bound southwest to northeast, and lies on the Eyasi Wembere branch of the Great Rift Valley. The Hadza and Datooga tribal are the native dwellers of the lake. They are found along most of the margin, though the camps are few along most of the Serengeti, which is Maasai territory.
Lake Eyasi is visited as a cultural tour to see the Hadzabe and Datoga Tribes. The most and best highlight of a visit to Lake Eyasi is an early morning hunt with the Hadzabe, this is only remaining Bushman hunter-gatherer tribes in Tanzania, the Hadzabe speak a unique click language.