The Huaorani, Waorani, or Waodani, also known as the Waos, are native Amerindians from the Amazonian Region of Ecuador. Where do they live? In the provinces of Napo, Orellana and Pastaza in Ecuador. Tongue? They
Maga Dávalos es una fotógrafa documental, durante su juventud ha convivido y fotografiado a comunidades indígenas dentro de la selva ecuatoriana. Entrevista: ¿Desde qué edad practicas la fotografía? ¿Crees tú
Throughout time, human cultures have used amulets… Small ornaments that are symbols of good luck and faith, thought to give protection against evil or danger. Our ancestors used them, and we still do… The museum Casa del Alabado, located in Quito‘s historic downtown, exhibits small but very representative figures belonging to Pre-Columbian Ecuadorian cultures.
Located in the province of Manabí, its name comes from the Machalilla pre-hispanic culture. Machalilla was declared a National Park in 1979, becoming one of the first protected areas in Ecuador!
America, erroneously called the “new” world, has a rich and ancient cultural tradition that is categorized as pre-Columbian.
Maga Dávalos is a documentary photographer who has lived with indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon, documenting their ways of life through her lens. Interview: How long have you been
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas is the third largest city in Ecuador. It is located in the humid tropics, 540 feet above sea level, on the way from the Coast to the Andes. This territory is home of to the “Tsachilas,” an ethnic group also known as “Colorados.”