Hidden From Civilization Are the Last Uncontacted Tribes
Believe it or not, in our rapidly globalizing world there are still some people that remain isolated from modern society.
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The Fabulous Philippine Festival of the 7 Tribes
The Kaamulan Festival celebrates the tradition of seven ethnic Philippine tribes: the Bukidnon, Higaonon, Talaandig, Manobo, Matigsalug, Tigwahanon and the Umayamnon. It is the only ethnic celebration in the Philippines.
This Joke Starts With a Search For a Cannibalistic Tribe
A magazine reporter is traveling through a rainforest in search of a fabled cannibalistic tribe. He wanders through the thick jungle for days upon days, and it seems like his journey's going to amount to nothing.
Joke: This Isolation Won't Make ME Crazy...
I've heard some people are really going crazy from isolation. I'm glad I'm not one of those. I’ve just been talking about this with the microwave and toaster while drinking coffee and all of us agreed that things are getting bad.
This Is One of the MOST Isolated Settlements in the World
Welcome to Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland, which is not only one of the most difficult settlement names to pronounce for a foreigner, but also one of the most isolated places on this planet. In this Greenlandish village, people have seal for breakfast and use huskies to transport goods and travel.
Incredible Video: The Last Tribes On Earth
BBC photographer Jimmy Nelson spent 4 years taking photos and documenting 29 different cultures and tribes around the world who are at risk of disappearing. He traveled to every remote corner of the earth, using an analog camera.
This Astronaut Knows All About Self-Isolation...
Now, in the shadow of the Covid-19 quarantine, he has a few things to say as an expert of self-isolation. This is a great piece of advice to all of us in isolation right now.
The Truth About the Medical Secrets of Amazon Tribes...
In this fascinating lecture, researcher Mark Plotkin urges us to keep the secrets of the Amazon tribes alive. In this video he shares their medical culture and the incredible medicinal properties of the plants their shamans use for healing.
Magnificent Photos of the World's Last Native Tribes
Our world is constantly moving toward increased urbanization, but with that being said, there are still some remote tribes that exist around our planet that to date have managed to retain their traditional way of life.
This Tribe Will Make You Appreciate the Hunt for Honey...
In the south-east Asian country of Nepal, there is a tribe called “Gurung”, who practice an ancient tradition of collecting honey from wild bees, called “Honey Hunting”.
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There are a number of countries that are under complete or partial lockdown right now, and in numerous other places, most people have been advised to self-isolate themselves inside their homes to avoid being infected by this deadly virus.
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Lesser Known But Important Coronavirus Outbreak Reports
The Most Remote Places the Disease Has Reached Image Source: Wikimedia Commons Brazil’s health minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta confirmed earlier this week that a 15-year-old boy from the indigenous tribe Yanomami tested positive for Covid-19.
You're Banned! 10 Places No One Can Ever Visit!
The Sentinelese tribe of North Sentinel Island is thought to have been there for 60,000 years, and it’s one of the last communities in the world to remain isolated from the outside world.
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The wonderful scenery is complemented by the wandering Bedouin tribes, who make their living mainly from incoming tourism through overnight stays, guided walking tours, jeep tours and more. 2.
Scotland's Wild Beauty Gives It a Semi-Mythical Feel
Kilda, an isolated rocky archipelago, is the most remote part of Britain and the British Isles. It’s in fact uninhabited these days, but you can visit and gaze in wonder at the curious beehive like fortifications and dwellings that remain from the island’s earlier civilizations. 4.
The Amazing People of Omo Valley
A large number of ancient African tribes are still living in the Omo Valley region of Southern Ethiopia. Those tribes have been living near the Omo river for centuries.
Have You Heard This Joke? Teaching New Words...
A missionary who had spent years showing a tribe of natives how to farm and build things to be self-sufficient gets word that he is to return home. He realizes that the one thing he never taught the natives was how to speak English, so he takes the chief and starts walking in the forest.
19 Unique & Traditional Ways of Life Around the World
English photographer Jimmy Nelson travels the globe to meet these unique tribes and brings back incredible photos. For more, visit his website: beforethey.com 1.
The Fascinating Masks of Tribal Africa
The tribes of the Subsaharan West Africa make much use of masks in their traditions, culture and various art forms, either for religious ceremonies or in celebration. Sometimes the two are one and the same.
8 Secret Herbs the Native Americans Used to Cure
The Cherokee Nation is a Native American tribe hailing from Oklahoma and the surrounding American states. The Cherokees believe that they were given herbs and plants by their Creator. They saw them as gifts which allowed them to treat and cure illnesses and ailments.
10 Of the Remotest Places on Earth That You Must Visit
Then maybe you should consider visiting some of the most isolated places on Earth. There are a number of locations dotted across our global map that are so remote you can only access them by boat or plane.
8 Glorious Places on Earth That Are Largely Untouched
The most amazing thing about these majestic tepuis is that they are found as isolated entities and are not connected by ranges. They tower over the surrounding forest and can rise as much as 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) above the surrounding jungle.