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Exotic Tribes
Be a responsible traveller. Show tribal people respect and meet them on their premises. Visiting people with a different lifestyle and culture could sometimes be a very rewarding adventure, but be aware of that many tribal communities are extremely vulnerable to outside influences. All tribal people need to be protected from tourists in order to preserve their unique lifestyle and cultures. Travellers should understand that some tribes would like to live undisturbed, and that visit would be an intrusion.

The real Amazons - Brazil - All power to the women!

Deep in the jungle of the Amazon in Brazil rule the women. The more husbands they have, the higher they reach on the social rang. Most of the women have at least two men. Among the Awa Guaja Indians, the women are definitely the bosses.
2003-12-29 Read more

Commemoration of the 2000 International Day of the World’s Indigenous People

Ceremonials, ethnic music, speeches, discussions
2004-01-05 Read more

Sensational exploration in Brazil`s jungle - Amazon - Vanished tribe emerged again!

250 members from an Indian tribe that the anthropologists believed that had died out in the 1920`s, has recently been found in a desert part of Brazil. The sensational exploration happened when local authorities in the state Acre decided to establish a national park.
2003-12-29 Read more

Indigenous Populations - Amazon in Brazil

The rich and colourful tribe life in Amazonas in Brazil has fascinated travel explorers for centuries. But how is the native`s life today? Are the still unknown tribes deep in the jungle? Where do you find them?

Navajos Indians claim their rights for access to water resources

Navajos have sued U.S. over water from the Colorado River. This is one of many cases where indigenous people fight for their rights now a days, and we in Travel Explorations excepts there will be more cases like this in the future around the world! It`s a question about surviving.
2004-04-09 Read more

Meeting the ferocious Mud Men in Papua New Guinea!

We were deep in the jungle in Papua New Guinea. Silently danced the Mud Men warriors towards us with cat soft moves. Suddenly they pull their bows and aimed at us with the arrows. Our hearts beat, and for a while we stopped breathing......

NORWEGIAN VERSION - The nomads` Choopy-dance in Iran - the world`s most brutal dance - Iranske nomaders Choopy-dans – verdens mest brutale!

Det tok ikke lang tid før damene begynte å danse, men da mennene startet deres egen ville danse ble jeg fort utfordret til å delta. Det utviklet etter hvert seg til å bli en real kamplek, som ikke var helt uten fare for alvorlige skader. Den fryktede Choopy-dansen kan ta pusten fra hvem som helst!
2004-08-12 Read more

Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

See the video HERE

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