The Yanomami people are an indigenous group who live in the Amazon Rainforest along the borders of Venezuela and Brazil. Although males dominate the Yanomami culture, Yanomami women play an important role in sustaining their lifestyle. The women in the Yanomami tribe are responsible for domestic duties and chores, excluding hunting and killing large game.
With its ever-changing wind-swept dunes, abounding wildlife, and diverse ethnic cultures, Namibia is the epitome of timeless beauty, truly a fascinating country to explore. Embark on an unforgettable journey to discover the unaffected essence of the nomadic Himba tribe which has resisted change thus preserving their distinctive heritage. Go on an organised tour or make arrangements to be guided by a local Himba guide, firstly as the area is extremely remote and secondly for better interaction with the tribe.
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Call it a turn of event or a cold payback, but Kenya has once again performed greatly on the continental stage after it came out as one of the countries with the most beautiful, stunning, gorgeous and alluring faces. For the record, in Septemberyes just last year, a research was carried out by South Africans and this research work labeled Kenya the country with the ugliest people referring to both women and men in Africa. Like in the whole of Africa?
But for all the cultural disparity, which exists between these remote communities in north-central of Nigeria and the rest of the country, one could as well conclude that they exist on an entirely different continent. As soon as a traveller takes a turn off the main road of Rijau Local Government Area towards these communities, little evidence remains as to whether people actually live on the other end of the eroded, bumpy and rocky path. But this is the home of the Kambari people of Niger State, a tribe forgotten by infrastructural development where donkeys provide the only means of transport for a largely agrarian and nomadic people.
In some remote areas of southern Angola, be it savanna, desert, acacia bush, forest, or dried riverbed, you can still find clusters of semi-nomadic tribal groups holding on to their traditional ways of life, completely untouched by influences from the modern world, let alone tourism. Our guide Wilson and three other drivers with their four pick-up trucks loaded with food, water, tents, and mats, picked us up at our modern hotel in Lubango. We first came upon a tiny community of Mugambue people, who seemed rather shy and overwhelmed by our sudden visit.
I was picked up by our guide David around 8 am in Panama City and as soon as I sat into the van I knew we would have a legendary time on the tour. Other tourists in the van were mostly Americans and then a Swiss-Italian couple, all so friendly and smiling all the time. David took us to the edge of the Chagres National Park, to the artificial lake called Alajuela created by the Madden Dam.
These stunning images document the everyday lives of the men, women and children of the Mentawai tribe, an indigenous people in Indonesia that has managed to keep their traditional ways, far from modern society. The Mentawai people, a native population in Indonesia, are famous for their decorative tattoos and for living a semi-nomadic life on the Mentawai Islands in West Sumatra. Shot by professional photographer Mohammed Saleh Bin Dollah, the series captures a glimpse of life on the island, where the tribe clan is everything and any problem can be solved by a medicine man.
Grandmother sits at the head of the table; her sons and daughters live with her, along with the children of those daughters, following the maternal bloodline. This progressive, feminist world — or anachronistic matriarchy, as skewed as any patriarchal society, depending on your viewpoint — exists in a lush valley in Yunnan, south-west China, in the far eastern foothills of the Himalayas. An ancient tribal community of Tibetan Buddhists called the Mosuothey live in a surprisingly modern way: women are treated as equal, if not superior, to men; both have as many, or as few, sexual partners as they like, free from judgment; and extended families bring up the children and care for the elderly. But is it as utopian as it seems?