Comunidade Indigena CIPIA

Comunidade Indigena CIPIA, Manaus: Address, Phone Number, Comunidade Indigena CIPIA Reviews: 4.5/5

Comunidade Indigena CIPIA
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Cultural Experience: Indigenous Village Come have a unique experience with the indigenous natives of a community on the edge of one of the largest rivers in the world, the Rio Negro, immersed in the Amazon rainforest living in its natural habitat. Community that undertakes indigenous ethnotourism and linked to eco-sustainable practices. Come meet our traditions, cuisine, music, art, architecture, languages ​​and others. Get access to spiritual help and guidance through the indigenous medicines instructed by our wise elders respecting the old healing traditions. Live with us for a short time or stay overnight on the jungle trail.
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RandyRoss
Ridgetown, Canada7,067 contributions
Great Visit to Indigenous Village
Mar. 2020
We booked a tour of this village through our cruise ship and it was certainly a highlight. We were welcomed by the chief and invited into the large thatched-roofed building. The villagers danced, played musical instruments and sang songs for us. Following the show, we were invited to dance with the locals and then free to tour the village. Beautiful local crafts were available to purchase (we did). We also saw local Brazil nut trees and the bixa orellana shrubs (the seeds of which are used as body paint).
Written 3 June 2020
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Virginia34,322 contributions
Cultural Experience: Indigenous Village
Nov. 2018 • Friends
One of the highlights of our tour in Manaus was visiting the indigenous village of the Dessanos and Tucanos groups. We were warmly welcomed by the chief (?) and others. Dressed in traditional wear such as feathered headdresses and body and face paint, we were introduced to their rituals. After a welcoming introduction, we were invited into their traditional thatched-roof building where we witnessed dancing, playing of musical instruments, and chanting of Amazonian songs. Following their demonstration, we were invited to participate in dancing with the villagers. the We were able to walk around the property to see their communal dining area, sleeping arrangements, and their homes. Be sure to taste the coffee if it is available in the dining hall - very delicious. Around the meeting hall you will find local crafts for sale. From the water to the meeting house, you have to walk across a rickety board and then it is a relatively steep walk. This may be a problem with those with mobility issues. Definite must visit.
Written 16 January 2019
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