ExpÃ©dition Grand Rift : The Rain Warriors (Episode 3)| 26mins
Director: LoÃ¯c and Geoffroy de la Tullaye | Producer: LoÃ¯c and Geoffroy de la Tullaye
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: France
The events continue with the third episode of Expedition Great Rift, "Wings of the rain." Geoffroy and LoÃ¯c continue their way along the legendary flaw in Tanzania before entering Kenya. After meeting the Hadzabe tribe, Geoffroy and LoÃ¯c continue their progress in the savanna among the giraffes and gusts of wind. They go to the archaeological site of OdulpaÃ¯ that allows them to measure climate change and the environment during the 2 million years before the first men appeared. These changes have led many tribes to migrate. This discovery leads them to seek the Maasai tribes and on their way, LoÃ¯c gets bogged down ... He is assisted by residents emerged thickets neighbors. This is the night that Geoffroy and LoÃ¯c start climbing the crater Al Ol DengaÃ¯, the only active volcano in Tanzania. Deemed to be very difficult, this climb puts our adventurers to the test. They arrive at sunrise over a valley and crater with stunning images. This crater is a place where the Maasai call the God of rain. With sunrise, a Maasai chant fleet and lulls us into a suspended call to rain. Near the Kenyan border, LoÃ¯c and Geoffroy arrive near Lake Natron, a lake aggressive on the skin because of its special composition ... Always in search of the water warriors, the Morani, Maasai warriors, the brothers meet Joel who helps them to meet these warriors... For a night and a day, LoÃ¯c and Geoffroy share the life of the Maasai in Boma. They talk to them, especially women who explain their weight from the drudgery and community expectations on their lives.