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During the last few days I caught a glimpse of the Rainbow Tribe, a first contact that moved me deeply. Just a few hours walk from the edge of civilization, there is this parallel universe of raw human beings that come together to practice a different way of living, away from the world of stuff. Did you ever ask yourself what it is, we actually need, after stripping away comfort and the narratives of the status quo?
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A place where ancient customs are still upheld strictly and where people walk around half-naked, with the little clothes that they wear being mostly those, which they designed hundreds of years ago. I had the opportunity to visit the area and to have a glimpse into the lives of the Hamer people by spending a few days in their village. The Omo Valley is home to close to 20 tribes, a lot of whom live in what seems to be a different dimension to most who are reading this blog post on their computers. Riding through the African bush and seeing the half-naked locals along the roads, with sometimes beautiful decorations in their hair, on their arms or legs can only be described as surreal.
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.
From Contributor separated by comma. Unidentified Papuan oldman from Korowai tribe. Despite having contact with the modern world for more than 60 years, the tribespeople continue to stay true to their culture.
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The Huaorani people scale trees to hunt monkeys with blowpipes and spears, maintaining the indigenous lifestyle of the hunters before them. Despite having contact with the modern world for more than 60 years, the tribespeople continue to stay true to their culture. Photographer Pete Oxford, 58, from Devon, captured the stunning images during a visit to the rainforest in Ecuador. They come after another Amazon tribe completely untouched by civilization were seen ogling a helicopter.