Expedition Yanomani / The Humboldt Route / 13 days
The Yanomamis are one of the last primitive Indian tribes on our planet. There are still about 20,000 of them. Of these, about 12,000 live on Venezuelan soil and about 8,000 on Brazilian soil. In Venezuela, the main population lives in the Parima Tapirapeco National Park. This national park is the largest in Venezuela, with over 34,000 km²! Some Yanomamis have already left the park and live a little closer to mission stations or near jungle settlements.
Since we have to apply for the permits from the “Indian Protection Board”, we need the copies of the passport of the expedition members and a deposit of 50% at least 4 weeks before the start of the expedition.
|EXPEDITION START||7:00 am in Pto Ayacucho|
|EXPEDITION END||15:00 in Pto Ayacucho|
Light hiking boots
|Minimum participants: from 3 persons|