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Category: Tribes

Often we know nothing of them, only that they exist. Free spirits: in the thick of the forest, at the edge of the world. Don’t miss this journey through tribal cultures: different ways of life, far from traditional civilisation, close to nature.

Is another world possible? We went to find out. To open up our minds, but also because these are vulnerable men and women, often condemned to flee from the invasion of their lands and traditions. Or worse, to disappear. Sometimes without the world even realising.

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Guaranì: a tribe on the edge of Rio de Janeiro

“A few kilometers from Rio de Janeiro, in the city of Niterói, in a very beautiful beach called Camboinhas, there’s a wonderful residential neighborhood. Near this...

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Uros Islands: floating lives on Lake Titicaca

“I’m Percy, president and leader of the community of this island on which six families live. The most important activities for us are fishing and selling handmade...

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Havasupai Tribe: our precious land – Part II

“Our irrigation system is over 500 years old and it keeps on been used to water our crops. The Fifty Foot Falls used to be our favorite swimming pool, but in 2008...

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Havasupai Tribe: our precious land – Part I

“I’m Matt Putesoy, born and raised in Supai, Arizona, where I’ve been living for 42 years. This is a very sacred place for us. In our stories, which are similar to...

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A big Masai family

Barbara: “Masai people don’t live in proper villages. They live in small communities formed by huts made of soil and straw. The huts are arranged in a circle,...

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The last primitives: we are the Hadzabe

“Hadzabe: their main activities are hunting and collecting food. Women look for the food while the men hunt animals, both for their meat and their skin, which they...

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Yakel Village: a happy tribe of… “cannibals”

Close to fire… … to the Pacifico Ocean… … surrounded by unsploit nature, in the middle of the jungle… … there’s a village called Yakel. It’s inhabited by...

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