The package offers the opportunity to experience at least two days and one night the daily life of a legitimate indigenous community, learning about their hunting and fishing customs, participating in millennial rituals, savoring their cuisine and interacting with the Tikuna ethnic groups, Tucano and Dessana
There are dozens of villages along the Negro River, however, our excursions are held in the Indigenous Cultural Center named CIPIA, community where it contemplates 6 families with approximately 40 Indians of different ethnicities, between adults and children.
There are 10 small malocas and the main, central community hut where the rituals and dances are performed.
LOCATION E TRASLADO
The transfer is made by boat to the community, which is located on the right bank of the Negro River, approximately 1h20min up the river, in an area called Puranga Conquista RDS. On the way you can see beautiful landscapes and islands that are part of the Amazon rainforest.
This will be your way of staying in the tribe. A hammock in a maloca. Malocas are community huts used by indigenous families in the Amazon region, notably.
The tribes have their own species of maloca, with unique characteristics that help distinguish one people from another. So, prepare your hammock, choose your indigenous family and enjoy.
Fascinate yourself with the wisdom of indigenous shamans and pagans, community leaders who practice traditional healing techniques with the use of medicinal plants, perpetuating an oral knowledge that has been handed down from generation to generation for countless millennia.
This knowledge, united with the cultural manifestations of these peoples, eternalizes our roots.
JUNGLE ACTIVITIES SCRIPT
The itinerary of this package includes welcome ritual, jungle trekking with fishing techniques, fishing, night walk, night canoe ride in the igarapés and igapós and river bath.