Unbreak your mind on an existential journey to the High Atlas Mountains and feel the inspirational energy of the surrounding scenery flow through you. The Amazighs have long walked these lands. Farming. Trading. Living. And long delivered their goods beyond the Sahara desert to the cities of North Morocco.

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Disconnect and discover the arid, rocky region of Kaokoland, and embrace the raw culture of a peaceful and pastoralist people. Remote. Isolated. Meet one of the most courteous tribes in Africa. The Himba stand out for their unusual sculptural beauty, enhanced by intricate hairstyles, decorations, and red ocher-rubbed skin.

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Embark on an unforgettable voyage to the Nenetsia region, one of the least known but most important regions of the Russian Federation, and join Siberia’s nomads on their epic annual reindeer migration within the Arctic Circle. The Russian Nenets are the arctic guardians of a style of reindeer herding that is the last of its kind and now you get the privilege to accompany them.

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Journey to the vibrant heart of Mexico to meet the modern day Maya, keeping their time-honored traditions alive against the odds. Explore the origins of the ancient Maya empire renowned for being remarkably ahead of its time, yet even now shrouded in mystery. The empire stretched across Central America leaving behind a legacy of many different types of Maya communities spread out over these lands.

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Venture to the Gambela National Park of the Eastern Ethiopia where the rainforest intertwines with vast plains and valleys. It is an area of contradictions. Politically unstable. But naturally serene. Powerful identity and culture fuel these incredible lives of the Suri people while farming and trading fuel their economy.

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Journey deep into the Omo Valley in Ethiopia, near the border to South Sudan, to discover the beautiful Mursi people. Completely isolated from the rest of the country, you’ll have just the surrounding mountains and the rivers Omo and Mago to keep you company.

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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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Test your endurance against nature’s ceaseless flow. A community of survivors, with their spiritual practices, thrive against the odds. Feed your soul with the Sakha people. Battered by the frosts of Yakutia, where temperatures can reach down to an astounding -40 °C, but never lacking in warmth.

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Move step-by-step through the precious undergrove on this epic adventure to meet the Penan. Split across the winding Baram river, there’s two distinctive sides to this fascinating tribe. Discover local traditions and culture, rooted in a long-standing love of storytelling.

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The Komi people come from European Russia’s extreme north. They are indigenous to the Komi Republic and further north, towards the Arctic White Sea.

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From ancient mythology to unique body modifications, there’s much to learn from the Karen people. Take in the architecture and atmosphere of the city of Chiang Mai on this trip showcasing a different side of Thailand.

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Limbu means ‘heroes of the hills’ in their native language, so it’s no surprise to discover that they have an affinity for altitude. A journey to one of their villages located 2,500 to 4,000 feet above sea level is sure to be a travel highlight.

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Unchain your mind in the south-western region of the landlocked country of Ethiopia by the fertile stream beds of the Omo River. Explore. Expand. Experience. Take the leap and get to know the cattle jumping tribe called Hamer.

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The Lun Bawang ethnic group can be found in Central Northern Borneo. Most communities live in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. No matter how far away from home this adventure takes you, the Lun Bawang's renowned hospitality will make you feel part of the community. Soak up their sunny perspective while you take in local traditions and arts.

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Melanau, or A-Likou, means river people in Mukah dialect. The current name of Melanau was given by one of the Sultans of Brunei in the 19th century. Connect with this fascinating tribe who were among the earliest settlers in the Sarawak region.

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The Cofan, named after the Cofa Na’e (“Important river”) or Aguarico River, also known as the a’i (“Human”), are the last surviving remnants of the native tribes of the Amazon basin. They live in harmony with the forest, masters and keepers of it’s secrets. Since oil and gold were discovered in their lands almost a century ago, the area has been devastated by western companies and the fragile ecosystem endangered. Today, the Cofan are fighting for their rights to protect their traditional lands and culture.

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There’s nothing quite like a trip to the sun-soaked hills of Ethiopia to change your viewpoint on life. Here you’ll discover the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site belonging to the Konso, a demonstration of how their engineering prowess and traditions continue to thrive.

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Voyage across the arid red sand dunes of the Savannah to meet the Kalahari Deserts native people, the San Bushmen who have inhabited the area for approximately 20,000 years. Discover the tribe’s renowned cave art, bringing you closer than ever to a remarkable ancient society.

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Bring down your mental borders and connect with the welcoming people in the arid terrains of Central Africa, the Daasanach. You’ll create close ties with a tribe renowned for their fighting prowess and understand why they are feared by many of their surrounding neighbours.

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Challenge your perception of beauty and capture the splendour of the Karo’s tribal makeup. Living along the east banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia, you’ll be joining one of the smallest tribes in the region. The Karo’s extraordinary skills in body and face painting makes their artform unique in the world.

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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.

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Wander under wide open skies with semi-nomadic warriors, retuning the beat of your heart to the natural rhythms of the plains. The Maasai are an egalitarian people, empowered by music, ritual, and family. Their heritage thrives with the strength of the land; the warm earth of North Tanzania.

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Adventure into the wild African savanna with its last remaining hunter-gatherer tribe, the Hadza—meaning ‘human being’. Experience a world where time doesn’t dictate, instead let the sun, moon and stars guide you alongside these spiritual tribes people.

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Transport yourself to awe-inspiring green forests with the Hmong, a people with an incredible history and lineage spanning over China, Vietnam and Laos. Experience their customs and ceremonies that have been passed down through many generations.

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Explore the pastoral beauty of Fulani life, where kinship is king, labors are shared, and communal music wends above fertile fields. Family-focused masters of the pasture, the Fulani strive to embody respect, modesty, courage, and wisdom; a nomadic path you’ll be welcomed to embrace.

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Travel to the remote part of West Africa and make your way to Banda Fassi—a town about 750 km from Dakar near the borders of Mali and Guinea. Seek and soak in one of the least known tribes in the world and join the many celebrations of the People of the Happy Valley.

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The Sami, whose name is believed to come from the Baltic word *žēmē, meaning 'land, have long lived upon the plains of northern Europe. Travel through the deep valleys and across the great fjords of Sápmi, which spans the north of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Murmansk Oblast of Russia.

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The Aari are blessed with vast and fertile lands in the north of Mago National Park. In fact, they own the largest territory of all local tribes. Expand your mind by experiencing their local customs and history.

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Across Hokkaidō in northern Japan (once called Ezo) live the Ainu. A community only recognised as the nation’s native people in 2008. Become a part of their unique community, steeped in artistry and history across Asia.

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Discover one of Ameridian’s main ethnic groups, Mapuche—‘mapu’ meaning ‘of the land’ and ‘che’ meaning ‘people’. The Mapuche are fearless defenders of their territory and traditions; hunting and harvesting their holy lands and praising the spiritual gods through celebrations of music and storytelling.

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Scattered in small villages across one of the most picturesque parts of Senegal, live the Diola people. Diola means ‘payback’. This is because of their habit to do back what's been done to them, either good or bad. Find a new rhythm in their music-loving culture and learn more about their crop-growing expertise on this enlightening experience.

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The rugged mountains and endless plains of Kazakhstan and Mongolia provide an epic setting to meet the Kazakh people. Retreat from the bracing temperatures into the cosy sanctuary of their felt-lined yurt homes—a UNESCO recognised demonstration of the tribe’s creative and engineering skills.

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Set out to explore one of the biggest indigenous tribes of Ethiopia, the Banna. Living in the south-eastern highlands of the Omo Valley, this tribe welcomes those who are peaceful and friendly. Uncover and understand how this tribe has survived centuries in a severely hot and dry landscape and unbind your own spirit.

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Lean into your inner wildness and allow yourself to explore these colder landscapes, hunting, scavenging and savouring all that it can offer you. In traditional Inuktitut dialect, Inuit translates as ‘the people’. Previously, Inuits were referred to as "Eskimos" which derives from an Algonquian word meaning "Eaters of Raw Flesh". Traditionally this Arctic Native American tribe are known as fishers and hunters. Today they continue this custom, hunting a range of animals from whales to walrus, polar bears to arctic foxes and also more commonly, fish and birds.

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Deep in the districts of East Meghalaya live the Khasi communities. They have various names depending on the region they live in. You may hear of Jaintias, Pnars, Bhois and Wars. But they are all part of the same ethic lineage. As well as Khasi, they are sometimes referred to collectively as the Hynniewtrep people.

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Cultivate a new sense of freedom along the Red and Black Rivers of Vietnam. Explore the banks with the White Thai people (Tai Dón or Thái Trắng in Vietnamese), a warm and vibrant community. These incredibly polite and hospitable people will welcome you in. The name White Thai comes from the traditional clothing worn by the women of the tribe.

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With their small population, the Kenjaman people largely live in two villages; Rumah Kejaman and Rumah Kejaman Ba. Experience life alongside the Rejang River with a community working to keep its language and spirit alive.

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Venture across the oases and valleys of the Atacama salt basin and Loa River and learn to live off the land like the Atacameños do. The Atacameños are also known as apatamas, alpatamas, kunzas, likan-antai or likanantaí which translates to 'the inhabitants of the land’. For years the communities have made the northwest of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia their homes.

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Venture across the Chiloe Archipielago in the Chilean Pacific coast to meet the distant discentents of the Chono people. The Archipelago gives them their current name. Chiloé comes from the Mapuche word chillwe, meaning "seagull place". The first human settlers on Chiloé Island came to the island around 12,000 BC, and they were followed by the nomadic ethnic group called Chono. Their population went extinct in the late 1800s and a branch of the Mapuche people, called the Huilliche, settled on the island. Today, there are around 150,000 people living on the islands, especially in the capital city Castro. Fishing remains a popular industry on the island today, but tourism is also starting to become an important source of income for local people.

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Wander the plains, guarded solemnly by the peaks of the Andes. This is the ancestral home of the remarkable Pehuenche people. The Pehuenche (sometimes Pewenche) get their name from the seed of the monkey puzzle tree, which has been their primary food source for generations.

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Experience stunning festivals full of dance, music, color, and costumes as you delve into the culture of these South American warriors. The Yampara are a social-political group spanning across a number of towns. Established before the Spanish colonization and the main ethnic group within Bolivia, they’re now rebuilding their ancestral originality.

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Indulge in the rolling green landscapes as you discover the fascinating and unique culture of Toraja’s important rituals and beliefs. The Toraja, meaning ‘people of uplands’, live in the lush mountains of South Sulawesi, in the region of Tana Toraja, meaning ‘land of Toraja’.

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Family means everything in the Kyrgyz culture so prepare to connect with them on a deeper level as they welcome you into their homes. Kyrgyz comes from the Turkic term kyrk and yz which means "the forty clans". This refers to their traditional kinship system which reflects on the heritage passed down through a father’s bloodline.

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Hunza or Burusho or Brusho, or Botraj. The name Hunza seems to be of German origin and means "Heaven on earth". The Hunza are a population living in the northern Pakistani valleys of Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin. There are also over 300 Hunza in Srinagar, India.

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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.

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Awaken your senses on the sun-soaked plains of Africa, where you’ll meet the Samburu community. Escape your daily routine and experience their nomadic lifestyle, as well as their deep connection to the environment and animals that the tribe depends on for survival.

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The Veddha are a minority group of indigenous people in danger of extinction which name means "the one who uses bows and arrows". This tribe traditionally lives for centuries by hunting and gathering in the forests of Sri Lanka.

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Discover what it truly means to live a life of simplicity as you join the community bound by their strong traditions and beliefs. Step into the abundant Indonesian forest among the Kajang people. Kajang, meaning ‘housed or sheltered’.

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Isla Amantani, Isla Taquile, Distrito de Atuncolla, Distrito de Capachica, Comunidad de Luquina Chico, Chucuito and the floating Islands of the Uros, are just some of the communities living on the Lake Titicaca in Southern Peru. From different cultural origins and historical backgrounds, some populations identify themselves as Quechua, Uros, Puno or Aymara. Their millennial traditional knowledge and culture are expressed in their textiles, gastronomy and traditions. Each community celebrates their culture with pride and social responsibility to preserve the ancient culture of their ancestors. The incredible lake of Titicaca is the home to millennial history, culture, lifestyle and community.

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The Mosetén are a population of horticulturalists living in the Bolivian lowlands. They are one of the 36 pueblos indígenas recognized by the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Members of this community live in three the departments called Beni, La Paz, and Cochabamba. They are also owners of two areas of protected tribal lands called the Tierras Comunitarias de Origen. Government censuses estimate that there are approximately 8,000 members of the Mosetén tribe (Pueblo Indígena Mosetén). They have close historical connections with the neighboring community called Tsimane, they share the official language and subsistence practices of mixed horticulture, hunting, fishing, and gathering.

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The Hutsuls are an Ukrainian ethnographic group usually inhabiting the western parts of the country, more precisely the Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi and Zakarpattya regions. Some communities today live in Romania.

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The name Tagbanua means "people of the village." The Tagbanua inhabit the central portion of Palawan Island, both the eastern and the western coasts, which lies between Mindoro and Borneo. The higher concentration of population is in the more extensive lowlands to the east of the island's mountain range.

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The Tamang tribe is predominantly based in Nepal, but some communities reside in Sikkim and Darjeeling District in India. It is believed that they migrated from Tibet around 3000 years ago. In Tibetan, their name means "horse sellers". Tamang is the largest Nepal ethnic group, and unfortunately, they are the most discriminated and exploited community of this Country.

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The Naso is also known as Teribe, which means “river of the Grandmother”. They inhabit the mountainous jungle region of north-western Panama for many centuries, however, upon the arrival of the Spanish in the 17th century, their community was decimated. Today, they live along the Teribe River in the La Amistad International Park.

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Till today the origin of the Boykos people's is unclear. Currently, the community inhabits the High Beskyd, the Gorgany Mountains, and most villages can be found in the Middle Carpathian Depression. In general, Boykos differ from area to area in dialect, dress, folk architecture, and customs.

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They are a group of wet-rice agriculturalists occupying the mountains in the area of northern Luzon, Philippines. Igorot are any of various ethnic groups in the mountains of this region, all of whom keep their traditional religion and way of life. Some live in the tropical forests of the foothills, but most live in rugged grassland and pine forest zones higher up. They numbered about 1.5 million in the early 21st century and the main identified groups are Bontoc, Ibaloi, Ifugao, Isneg, Kalinga and Kankanaey.

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The Tuvans are a group of native people of southern Siberia, inhabiting the Tuvan Republic of the Russian Federation, western Mongolia and Western China. Their origins are a mixture of Turkic-, Mongol-, Ket-, and Samoyedic-speaking tribes.

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Today the Maldives presents a mixture of different cultures. It is tough to say who or when the first settlers came to the Maldives. Archaeological finds indicate Maldives was inhabited as early as 1500 BC. In other myths and legends, first settlers are estimated to be Indo Aryan civilization. The first settlers were known as "dheyvis” and seems to come from “Kilabanja" in India. The Maldives has been occupied by populations who met here for trading affairs. In the past centuries the Portuguese, Dutch and British have all established governance, until 1965 when the islands obtained full political independence from the British government.

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The origins of the Red Dao are still a mystery. They are part of the Yao ethnic group from China and share many similarities with the H’mong people. They cohabit Sa Pa in northern Vietnam with different ethnic groups, some of which are part of the same while others differ entirely. Because of historical, social, and economic reasons, they all moved to the north of the country, protected by the mountains and provided by an abundance of water and rich soil. This area is inhabited by the Red Dao, Black Hmong, Tay, and Giay.

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Chin people are the mountainous populations living between the Myanmar (Burma) and the Indian border, in the Chin State. This ethnic group has been one of the most persecuted in the country, and many different tribes identify with this group. They are also known as Zo, which is their original name.

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The Kist people inhabit the Pankisi region situated in the North of Georgia, close to the border with Chechnya. They are Chechen that settled in Pankisi between 1830-1870. They received the Georgian citizenship and Georgian surnames during the Second World War.

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The word Khmu and its different derivation such as Khammu or Khamu mean "real people" or "human being". The Khmu are an ethnic group of Southeast Asia. The majority (90%) live in northern Laos. In Laos, they constitute the largest minority ethnic group covering the eleven per cent of the total population. The Khmu or Khammu are settled on mountain slopes and in upland valleys in the north and central Laos and the north part of Thailand.

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Dayak is a generic term that has no precise tribal significance. It is applied to any of the indigenous peoples of the interior of the island. The Dayak tribe are the aboriginal people of Borneo (the largest of the Southeast Asian islands), inhabitants of the state of Sarawak, the Dayak people come from six tribes: Klemantan, Penan and Kenyah (those with the oldest settlement); Keyan, Murut and Iban (who arrived in the zonain and subsequent epochs). Dayak people show the age-old mixture of Malay, Chinese and negritos elements. Dayak population is estimated at 2.2 million.

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They are a Malagasy population originating from the Isaka region (southwestern coast of Madagascar). Together with the Bara and the Betsileo, they are among the Malagasy communities of more African origin. The Sakalava live in a populated area of vast plains and grasslands.

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Tandroys live in the south of Madagascar; their territory is called "the Androy," which is known to be the "spiny desert". They are traditionally a nomadic tribe, moving depending on climatic conditions and seasons. Nowadays, their ethnic group includes many clans and ethnic backgrounds of diverse origins.

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The Mikea is one of the last tribal groups living in Madagascar. This minority group of Malagasy inhabits the Mikea Forest and counts around 1500 members. Their origin is unknown; some theories indicate that they are descendants of the Vazimba indigenous group, others speculate that they are descendants of some Malagasy people which escaped the French invasions by hiding in the forest. Still today, they are considered very mysterious since they are usually very discreet and avoid strangers.

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The Tampuan (also known as Tompuan, Tampuon, Tumpoun or Tumpuon) are a native ethnic group living in the Western and Southern Ratanakiri region in Cambodia. Additionally, they are called “Upper Khmer” or “Montagnards” as all hill tribes in past French Indochina. They are approximately 30.000 people.

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They are one of the oldest native tribes in Indonesia, also named Mentawei or Mentawi. Nowadays, they are estimated to be around 64.000, and they mainly live in Siberut Island. They originally come from the northern island Nias and then settled in Mentawai Islands, close to the western coast of Sumatra. They have always lived isolated until in XVII century Dutch arrived. They are also known as "Flower people" because of their connection with nature. Mentawai people used to inhabit in the coastal and rainforest environment, but recently the central government started a relocation plan trying to assimilate indigenous culture.

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Dusun is the collective name of an ethnolinguistic group in the Malaysian state of Sabah of North Borneo: they form the largest ethnic group in Sabah and include several tribes. Since 2004, Dusun has been recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as an indigenous community of Borneo. Dusun people began to employ the term "Kadazan" to refer to themselves and to distinguish their culture and society from other indigenous populations in Sabah.

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Tay people are the second largest ethnic group in Vietnam. Communities can be found all around the country; however, most of them inhabit the northern territories, where the soil is more fertile for agriculture. Because of historical reasons, going back to 1000 years ago, Tay people are very well respected by the Vietnamese, with they share many cultural characteristics, and they contributed to the war against the Tong dynasty from China.

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Unlearn your ways and understand a new culture as you travel through the Nepalese western region in the foothills of the Himalayas. Never stopping. Never settling. An indigenous group who’s always on the move. The Raute’s livelihood is inextricably bound to the forest and its natural resources.

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Discover a richness of life within the ancient Kathmandu valley in Nepal. Here reside the Newari. Newari or Newa translates as “Inhabitant of Nepal” and was first found as an inscription that dates back to 1654.

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The origin of the Kollas can be traced back to the shores of Lake Titicaca, in Bolivia. They emigrated in Argentina principally in Jujuy, Salta and Catamarca where they live, however some communities inhabit the Atacama region in Chile. Today, there are several indigenous groups that identify as Kolla.

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Kreung, as Brao and Kavet living in the same are, are minority indigenous tribes inhabiting the northeastern Cambodian province of Ratanakiri and adjacent Laos.

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The Kayan form one of a number of sub-groups of Myanmar’s Red Karen people, a Tibetan-Burmese-speaking minority. The Kayan consists of the following groups: Kayan Lahwi (also called Padaung), Kayan Ka Khaung, Kayan Lahta, Kayan Ka Ngan. Kayan Gebar, Kayan Kakhi and Bwe people (Kayaw). Padaung is a Shan term for the Kayan Lahwi (the group in which women wear the brass neck rings).

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The Kuna people, also Cuna and Guna, refer to themselves as Dule or Tule, meaning "People "in Kuna language. The Gunas live mostly in the San Blas Islands, in north-east Panama, where they own three politically autonomous comarcas, sort of reservations, the Guna Yala , Madugandí and Wargandí. Some migrated to the country's main cities and others live in Colombia. In total, there are around 60.000 Gunas in the world.

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