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Tribal Wives: Kitava


Tribal Wives: Kitava

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2018-PNG Cruise Episode 8- Kitava

We visit the idyllic island of Kitava and meet the people, attend school performances, take a boat ride, a swim, buy some handicrafts and have a fun time

Kune tribe: Crabs in the shower - Tribal Wives - BBC

Sass Willis, a new female arrival to the Panama Kune Island Tribe, finds it hard to take a shower with crabs on the loose. Great short video from BBC show Tribal Wives. Part of a series. Six women give up their everyday lives and spend a month living with some of the world's most remote tribes, immersing themselves fully into their new culture. Each woman must work, eat and sleep exactly as the other tribal women.

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Tribal Circumcision of Women | Tribal Wives | BBC Studios

This video concentrates on the practice of female circumcision in the Afar Tribe, and contains subjects some viewers may find distressing.


Lana Inglis travels to Ethiopia to join the Afar tribe. Whilst there, she meets a woman the same age as herself with 4 children and discusses the common practise of female circumcision within the tribe.

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From Panama to the Cocos Islands

Whoever wants to experience South America as a nature paradise in a small area, should explore Costa Rica. Almost half of the country is covered by rain forest. Numerous animal species are to be found here like the White faced Capuchin, colourful parrots like the Macaw, Veruga Parakeets and Tapirs.

Also lizards from primeval times have their habitat in this region of the planet. The small central American nation not only fascinates with a rich fauna and flora but also with a wonder world under water. Insights into the fascinating world of the jungle show examples like the epiphytes that make their way to the sky at the expense of her host plant.

A view into the culture of the Indian inhabitants of the rain forest of course does not come too briefly either. A diving excursion through the ocean waters of Cocos Island is the highlight of the journey. The spectator will get flesh crawl while watching hundreds of dangerous hammerhead sharks gliding past the camera.

Surviving the Rain Season in the Amazon

Surviving the Rain Season in the Amazon (Until the Dolphins Return) is a documentary about the Ashaninka people striving to survive the rain season in Amazon forest. The film shows the life in the Amazon as it really is without fabricating the story and making it overdramatic. The director Boris Segota lived in the Amazon for five years. Editor and original music score: Igor Knizek. Producers: Boris Segota and Ivan Ostojic

GoEco VOLUNTEER Trip Vlog – living with Akha Hill Tribe in Thailand

Discover a new culture rich in tradition with the Akha tribes of rural Northern Thailand. Engage in a positive cultural exchange with families of the Akha tribe as you enjoy their way of life and appreciate their hospitality during a personal home stay. This program allows volunteers to have an atypical Thailand experience while volunteering to continue the Akha tribe’s sustainable culture.
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Futa Marriage Part 2

See how an ancient culture in Northern Senegal approaches courtship and marriage. They are called Peule in French and Pulaar in English. They are a nomadic tribe found all over Africa. Beautiful images, costumes, men and women. It made me want to live in the village.

Traveler Soul | Chapter 2 - Full Documentary

The aim of TRAVELER SOUL is to show the extraordinary diversity of life on Earth, the result of millions of years of evolution, and to do so in a different, more relaxed tone, which, though still remaining educational, offers viewers a new way of discovering the incredible heritage accumulated over many centuries of life on our Planet.

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North of Benin, to the National Park of Pendjari home of the Bariba and Betamaribe tribes 04:14
Cuba's mangroves 07:17
Kuelap in Peru, the City of the Clouds, where Chapapoyas lived 10:27
Villafáfila in Spain, visited by migratory birds like the bustard 13:35
Papua New Guinea, to visit the tribe known as the Asaro mud men 16:50
Cenotes in Cuba 20:04

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(BBC HD) Tribal Wive, the Raramuri, Mexico S02E03 Series Two Episode Three

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40-year-old Michelle Frost from London is travelling to northern Mexico to stay with the Rarámuri, an ancient tribe who live perched on the edge of the spectacular Copper Canyon. Although bright, bubbly and self-assured on the surface, Michelle suffers from a crippling lack of self-confidence, which she feels is hampering her chances of meeting a partner. Initially frustrated with the simplicity of life with the tribe, as events unfold Michelle realises that life with the Rarámuri is far from uncomplicated.

Six British women swap their everyday lives for life as tribal wives in some of the most remote communities on earth. Like many women today juggling career, home and family, they feel that something is missing. By spending time in societies where female roles are very different, they hope to find answers that could change their lives.

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The Bonda Women-Swearing by the roots part 1

In a world that is full of stories about empowerment of women, a different type of women resides in our midst. Even as women strive to conquer one male citadel or the other, border Indian States like Andhra Pradesh and Orissa have contrasting tales to tell.
Women, most of them tribals, enjoy a unique social status, which the more-conservative or orthodox visionaries may not have come across in their lifetime.Bonda women have empowerment of a rare kind. On that count they can be taken as the perfect parameter to decide upon the status of women in the great gender-war of one-upmanship.Often, they are the ultimate decision makers within the family. This is made possible because they have a greater participation than men in day-to-day economic activities. These stem from deeply rooted Bonda cultural practices and customs.
However, the uniqueness is not something one could be proud to flaunt around. On the contrary, the overly dependence on women tells the tale of hardship, poverty, working donkey hours and handling economic issues that even the men of the family would scorn at.

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Kitava,Papúa Nueva Guinea

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Tribal Wives may accept White Monkey

White Monkey wants to change how women are being treated in remote areas of the world.

Tribal Women Empowerment_Sarada Palli Vikas_Part - 2

Tribal Women Empowerment programme called Sarada Palli Vikas was conducted throughout the 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Swami Vivekananda at Ramakrishna Mission Narottam Nagar. This section of video gives a glimpses of some of the activities and the concluding meeting at Vivekananda Sabhagriha of Ramakrishna Mission Narottam Nagar.

PNG's Traditional Marriage, a Lasting Experience for West Papuan Family

It was a Papua New Guinea experience for a West Papuan Family, who just handed their daughter to her groom from the Eastern Highlands, Simbu, and Central Province.

Although it was a small family gathering, the groom’s family made sure their culture was shown to the women from the other side of the border.

Maasai tribe: The meaning of love & polygamy - Tribal Wives - BBC

Six women give up their everyday lives and spend a month living with some of the world's most remote tribes, immersing themselves fully into their new culture. Each woman must work, eat and sleep exactly as the other tribal women. In this clip, Dionne Braham joins the Maasai tribe in Tanzania to learn more about tribal view on love and polygamy. Interesting short video from BBC show Tribal Wives

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