Are you ready to embark on a life-changing journey?
These ethnographic expeditions have been designed to give you the opportunity and framework to experience, interact, and learn from indigenous communities living traditions.
Led by two international researchers with extensive experience in working with indigenous communities across the globe, this expedition transcends the boundaries of traditional cultural tourism, offering a profound and immersive experience.
This expedition is not about extracting or taking photographs from a distance; it's about establishing meaningful rapport with local communities, experiencing meaningful interactions, and building genuine relationships with peoples that live a very different life from our own. The ethos of these expeditions is that of reciprocity — a two-way exchange of knowledge, respect, and understanding.
Dramatic Storytelling with the Bhill tribe
In this 12-day expedition you will be introduced to ethnographic methods of research, which you will apply during our time with the Bhill and Rabari people of Rajasthan.
Rites of Passage among the Maasai and Datoga peoples
In this 10-day expedition into the heart of Tanzania, you will witness and document the rituals of young Maasai initiates undergoing their transition into “Warriors”, and the Datoga complex funerary rituals of passage.
The Valley of the Gods, Indian Himalayas
Rituals of Healing, Brazilian Amazon