Wash up on the picture-perfect shores of the island nation of Vanuatu, home to a number of indigenous people known collectively as Ni-Vanuatu. Malekula island hosts some of the most remote bush tribes in the world: the «Big Namba» tribe (who mainly live in the North of the island) and «Smol (small) Namba» tribe (who mainly live in the central part of the South of the island) according to the size of the namba they wear. The namba is a traditional penis sheath made out of banana or pandanus leaves.

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  • Australia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

Summon yourself to New Zealand’s indigenous and ancient culture, rich in legend and inspiration. While the Māori no longer live as they once did, having merged with modern life, they do still practice their traditions and invite you to join them.

  • Australia

  • Mild

Venture off the beaten tourist track to experience Australia alongside the Yolngu people, their name meaning ‘aboriginal human being’. Become an honorary Yolngu clan member and discover the northern territories and northeastern Arnhem Land through the community’s traditions, mythical beliefs, and colorful culture.

  • 5

    Days

  • Australia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5