Kisima Ngeda is located on the north-eastern shores of Lake Eyasi at an altitude of roughly 3,400 feet. Lake Eyasi, a seasonal, alkaline lake, drains the Ngorongoro volcano’s southwestern flank and stretches 45 miles south and covers an area of almost 400 sq. miles. The terrain around the lake, as with much of the Rift Valley, was formed by violent, volcanic activity, ... and the high walls of the Rift escarpments rise over 2000 feet above the lake. Kisima Ngeda is about 4 1/2 hours driving time from Arusha, a 2 hours drive away from the Ngorongoro Crater and about a half day’s drive to the Serengeti. It is also home to the Wahadzabe, an ancient, nomadic tribe of Bushmen who are one of the last click-speaking hunter-gatherer tribes.