Native groups in the Amazon( Ticuna )

Ticuna The Ticuna make up the most numerous indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon. With a history marked by the violent entry of rubber tappers, fishermen and loggers into the Solimões River region, it was only in the 1990s that they achieved official recognition of most of their lands. Currently, they face the challenge of […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Yagua )

Yagua Yagua, Yahuna, Ñihamwo, Yihamwo, Nihamwo or Mishara is an indigenous people that live in the province of Mariscal Ramón Castilla and the province of Putumayo, both in the department of Loreto, Peru and in the reservations of Santa Sofía and El Progreso, in the Colombian department of Amazonas. There are more than 11,000 people, […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Huitotos )

Huitotos Located on the periphery that encompasses the sumptuousness of the Amazon River, is the indigenous tribe calling themselves the Huitotos. Whose original territory was in the middle of the Caquetá river and its tributaries, but they are scattered in various places in Orteguaza, Caquetá, Putumayo, Caraparana, Igara Paraná rivers and in the vicinity of […]