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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.

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Maranon Valley, Peru - Coex Amazon help you to get in contact with Indians and explore lost wonders in the jungle!

The tour operator Coex Amazon, Lima, Peru, offers trekking in the Maranon valley to the lost but very idyllic mountain town of Chachapoyas. Here you can admire one of Peru`s biggest ancient wonders, the 2000 year old town fortress of Kuelap. On the way you will get in touch with Indians living in their traditional way. This tour is for genuine adventurers who want to experience something special. Are you ready for the off beaten tracks in Peru?
2008-03-05 Read more

Apocalypto - A bloody historical epic by Mel Gibson!

When the end comes, not everyone is ready to go! This slogan is from the movie Apocalypto. It`s about the decline of the Mayas. Actual is a fairytale story based on some parts of historical incidents in the Maya culture. It`s definitely not meant to be a documentary even it`s very convincing in both the story and action scenes. The movie started the discussion again about how the Maya culture was and what happen to the Maya Indians when they vanished.
2007-04-09 Read more

Meet the Bushmen in Botswana – View the Video Clip!

Few are left of the many Bushmen who once where wide spread in southern Africa. Their history goes back to at least 20,000 years. The Bushmen or San, are collectively known as Basarwa in Botswana. Their home is in the vast expanse of the Kalahari desert. They are living in one of the most inhospitable terrains in the world. It’s almost unbelievable that they are able to survive by hunting and gathering roots and tubers in a such barren environment. The Bushmen`s unique lifestyle, culture and sacred rituals are well worth to experience!
2006-10-10 Read more

Explore the mysterious Montains of the Gods in Botswana, Africa!

Tsodilo Hills in Botswana is also known as the “Mountains of the Gods” and the Bushmen`s sacred place. There are over 4500 rock paintings. This makes Tsodilo one of the highest concentrations of rock art in the world. It is also the first and only World Heritage Site in Botswana.
2006-10-10 Read more

Reports about dinosaur crocodiles in Papua New Guinea: true or false?

There have been many rumours the previous years about huge Dinosaur-like reptiles in Papua New Guinea. It`s an adventurer`s dream to observes big monsters, but when they feel their presence it`s certaintly with mixed feelings. I know!
2006-08-17 Read more

Amazing stories told by Bedouins in Jordan!

Stories are an important part of the Bedouins culture. They are the majority of Jordan's population. Their great hospitality is something you never forget. Over all, I and my guide Ibrahim become invited by local people in tents for tea and resting in the shadow. I enjoyed being with Bedouins to picnics, joining Bedouin Whiskey parties, participating in Bedouin traditional dances, and drinking tea with people in the tents. Especially I become fascinated by all the stories I heard. You shall hear many things before your ears fell off.
2006-07-08 Read more

Thailand - Thrill trekking in the Golden Triangle - Part 4 of 4!

The good, bad, bizarre and the unknown jungle. The area where you can encounter the most absurd reality. Some places seemed to be the real paradise for us. We found the locals secret places. We enjoyed showering in the waterfalls. This was as near heaven we could come here in the jungle, but there was also something going on ....
2006-06-05 Read more

Thailand - Thrill trekking in the Golden Triangle - Part 3 of 4!

The good, bad, bizarre and the unknown jungle. The area where you can encounter the most absurd reality.
Some places seemed to be the real paradise for us. We found the locals secret places. We enjoyed showering in the waterfalls. This was as near heaven we could come here in the jungle, but when we took a deeper look it was also hard times for the local people. Opium - gold, money, medicine or poison?
2006-06-05 Read more

Thailand - Thrill trekking in the Golden Triangle - Part 2 of 4!

The good, bad, bizarre and the unknown jungle. This is area between Thailand, Burma . Myanmar, and Laos, where you can encounter the most absurd reality. Some places seemed to be the real paradise for us. we found the locals secret places, and we enjoyed showering in the waterfalls. This was as near heaven we could come here in the jungle, but when we look deeper in to it....
2006-06-05 Read more

Thailand - Thrill trekking in the Golden Triangle - Part 1 of 4!

The good, bad, bizarre and the unknown jungle. This is the area where you can encounter the most absurd reality: exotic tribes and cultures, beautiful scenery, monks and religious rituals, opium and addictions, poverty and garbage, smuggling and narcotic traffic, military and police, guerrillas as Red Khmer, Cambodia, and freedoms fighters from Burma, refugees, prostitution and Aids, and more. Something is going on here!
2006-06-05 Read more

An amazing encounter with the Bushmen in Lake Eyasi, Tanzania - a culture far different from the modern world!

The area around Lake Eyasi is home to the Hadzabe bushmen, some of the last remaining hunter-gatherers on the African continent. The Hadzabe inhabited the acacia forests and scrubland around Eyasi for over 10,000 years. Two totally different cultures meet on a rich sunny day below equator. Differences from many hundred thousand years? Yes, but we were greeted welcome, tells the Norwegian adventurer Per Henriksen about from his journey in Tanzania in Mars 2006.
2006-04-19 Read more

Manu, Amazon, Peru - Following the Incas` footsteps into the dense jungle!

On our way deep in the jungle of Amazon, on the Peruvian side, we chased away some crocodiles - caimans from the river shore, and jumped out into the water for a refreshing bath. We were told that caimans never attack people as far we stayed close together. Anyway it was a risk to take.
2006-04-02 Read more

Experience of warm hearted hospitality by the Bakhtiaria nomads in Persia, Iran - Our home is your home! View video clip!

The Bakhtiaria are called the People of the Wind. About one third of them are nomads who migrate seasonally from one place to another with their tribe, family, livestock, and all their belongings. Iran is the largest consentration of traditional nomads in the world. Here is a video clip of one of them, the Bakhtiaria.
2006-03-24 Read more

Cuzco in Peru – more than only ruins!

Cuzco - Cusco, Navel of the World, was the Capital of Andean Culture. Cuzco is famous for its amazing ancient architectural wonders. They are connected with unsolved mysteries. Some interesting sites around Cuzco - Cusco are: Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman, Ollantaytambo, Chincheros, Kenko, Pisac, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Places, Sacred Valley, Paucartambo, Tambomachay, Yucay, Andahuaylillas, Pikillacta, Puca Pucara, Suchuna or Rodadero, Sabacurinca, Raqchi, Tipon, Circuits, and the Inca Trail. But by spending more time exploring the city and surroundings, I noticed there where more to experience.
2006-02-16 Read more

The Great Eskimo Vocabulary Hoax - book based on a research by Laura Martin and Geoffrey Pullum!

It`s a popular myth that Eskimos have several hundred of words for snow. The more correct name on this people is Inuits, as they would like to be called. Everybody would like to believe this amazing story, but it`s not true according to the researchers Laura Martin. This is well documented in Geoffrey Pullum`s book The Great Eskimo Vocabulary Hoax. The idea that Eskimos have so many words for snow has its origin from that people believed Eskimos viewed snow very differently than people with other cultural background.
2006-01-01 Read more



Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

See the video HERE


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