in , ,

10 Most Famous African Tribes (The Original Africans)

Rich with traditions that survived thousands of years, these African tribes are an explorers dream


Two Hausa People

The Hausa in Nigeria total a staggering 30,817,000 in which 0.10% of the Hausa population follow Christian faith and 99.9% follow the Islam walk of life. The greatest, or moreover largest of ethnic groups in West Africa, the Hausa are known to have been in the trading business for centuries now.

Many Hausa communities can be found in places like Ghana and the Ivory Coast. The Middle East was a prominent trading industry with the Hausa and items like leather, food, and crafts were traded for gold.


Leave a Reply
  1. This is an interesting list that you have! I enjoyed reading through it. Might I add another tribe? The Hadzabe Tribe of Tanzania are an interesting group of people. They don’t have permanent homes but move from one place to another and live off the land. They also have their own unique language known as “clicking”. I think having their own language alone would be evidence of how old the tribe has existed. And the fact that within the tribe there is no leader and everyone’s status is equal. I think that’s a rather progressive view of things to have. Don’t you think they’re an interesting tribe to meet? They’re one of the few tribes I would love to visit when I travel to Africa.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.



Leave a Comment!


Written by Ramanpreet Kaur