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Bora Indians, Iquitos

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Gain insight into indigenous culture and rituals by visiting Bora Indians. This native Amazonian tribe of about 2,000 members lives in areas throughout Peru, Brazil, and Colombia, mainly occupying forested settlements. You'll learn more about the rites and ancient natural medicines of the Bora, and also have the opportunity to partake in customary tribal dances performed by tribal members. Consider buying some of their traditional handicrafts as souvenirs of your trip. For Bora Indians and beyond, use our Iquitos family vacation planner to get the most from your Iquitos vacation.
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  • reaching kla Boras island was a wonderful experience that I could navigate the Amazon River pro and this made to begin the experience, arriving we were greeted with chants and painted us face in addition to teach us to play your drum and dance, even though it is certainly not much to see but you can be part of their customs and interact with the natives.
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  • Tourist Ballets to earn some money. Here's what it is. Nothing more. Experience not redo
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  • It is said that at this visit something is going to learn about the Bora tribe, how they live and traditional dances. The place where you are going is not the village where they live, but a place that is created to receive tourists. You get a short story by the Chief, there are a few dances done and on the end is brought you to a time hopping around. At the end you can get some ' handicraft ' buy stuff (Fortunately they let you look around themselves). You do not feel obligated to buy something, the Indians are already paid for your visit. Particular tourist so and you don't get the idea that you get something authentic but also of the tribe.
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