Websites related to tribes of the Panoan linguistic family that reside in the Amazon River Basin. On topic material is very broad and can range from formal anthropological studies to informal photographic essays. Includes websites dedicated to Panoan tribes in Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia. Examples of Panoan tribes include the Matis, Matsés, Korubo, Marubo, Shipibo, and Amahuaca people.
The Amahuaca - Amazon Tribe of Peru
The Amahuaca are located in the tropical jungles of Peru. The largest community of Amahuaca is in Puesto Varadero, a jungle community on the Peruvian-Brazilian border. Short geographic, historical and political overview.
The Marubo Indians: Rebirth of a Nation. Resource for information on the Marubo Nation, a panoan-speaking indigenous tribe.
The Matis Indians are a small group of Panoan-speaking natives that are indigenous people of the Amazon Rainforest. Contains photos and videos of the Matis Indians illustrating their native ceremonies, material culture and medicinal plant uses
Photos and description of the Matses Indians, a native Panoan tribe of the Amazon Rainforest from Peru and Brazil.
Shipibo Indians: Masters of Ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi). Description of the culture and craftwork of the Shipbo Indians, an indigenous tribe from the Amazon Rainforest.
The Shipibo Indians
A brief overview of the Shipibo-Conibo people of the Peruvian Amazon.