Uncontacted Tribes of the Amazon

August 3, 2014

A wooden boat, heavy with luggage, food, and equipment for a week spent deep in the jungle, creeks as it drifts slowly and quietly past a sandy bank in Manu National Park, Peru. “See the broken plant by the river, and the tracks in the sand?” Ryse Humani, owner of Bonanza Tours, says, as he motions towards the bank. He explains to his passengers, a small group of international travelers,…