ethnic tourism

The rediscovery of Brazil will be when everyone identifies themselves as indigenous, as we are. Your questions should no longer be "indigenous questions" but questions of the Brazilian nation. Visiting them also means strengthening our identity, generating self-esteem for a people whose voices are trying to muffle, generating income so that those who live in the villages do not need to go to the cities to work and, above all, know ourselves as individuals from the forest. We are.

We work with the Ashaninka, Huni Kuin and Yawanawá ethnic groups in Acre . And for cases where the trip has a purpose of strengthening the result (such as books, photographic works, projects, etc) the Kayapós are also open, in the south of Pará. Write us to find out more!

photos: Daniel Gutierrez, Adhara Luz