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The Huni Kuin Gathering is an annual festival from the Huni Kuin people of the Jordão River in the state of Acre, Amazon, Brazil. It is organized by the leaders of the Yube Inu Institute and their non-indigenous partners. Together we seek to strengthen the bonds between the villages, promote traditional culture and the exchange of experiences and knowledge between generations.

 

In addition to a moment of unity and cultural empowerment, the festival is a spiritual event where we pray for the forest and humanity. Each year we gather elders and young medicine men and women from the region to conduct the healing work, leading the ceremonies and other spiritual activities.

Your destination is the Boa Vista Village, located in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, approximately 06 hours by motorized canoe from the nearest city, Jordão. The only access to the region is by boat or plane, being considered one of the most isolated and hard to reach areas in Brazil.

In recent years, the Huni Kuin have opened their villages to welcome non-indigenous visitors and share their way of life, their identity and spirituality. In the last editions of our festival, we had the honor of receiving an average of 400 indigenous from around 14 villages of the Jordão, Tarauacá and Humaitá Indigenous Lands, as well as Nawa (foreigners) from 20 different nationalities.

Spirituality and medicines

The Huni Kuin Gathering is an annual festival from the Huni Kuin people of the Jordão River in the state of Acre, Amazon, Brazil. It is organized by the leaders of the Yube Inu Institute and their non-indigenous partners. Together we seek to strengthen the bonds between the villages, promote traditional culture and the exchange of experiences and knowledge between generations.

 

In addition to a moment of unity and cultural empowerment, the festival is a spiritual event where we pray for the forest and humanity. Each year we gather elders and young medicine men and women from the region to conduct the healing work, leading the ceremonies and other spiritual activities.

Your destination is the Boa Vista Village, located in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, approximately 06 hours by motorized canoe from the nearest city, Jordão. The only access to the region is by boat or plane, being considered one of the most isolated and hard to reach areas in Brazil.

In recent years, the Huni Kuin have opened their villages to welcome non-indigenous visitors and share their way of life, their identity and spirituality. In the last editions of our festival, we had the honor of receiving an average of 400 indigenous from around 14 villages of the Jordão, Tarauacá and Humaitá Indigenous Lands, as well as Nawa (foreigners) from 20 different nationalities.

Spirituality and medicines

The Huni Kuin Gathering is an annual festival from the Huni Kuin people of the Jordão River in the state of Acre, Amazon, Brazil. It is organized by the leaders of the Yube Inu Institute and their non-indigenous partners. Together we seek to strengthen the bonds between the villages, promote traditional culture and the exchange of experiences and knowledge between generations.

 

In addition to a moment of unity and cultural empowerment, the festival is a spiritual event where we pray for the forest and humanity. Each year we gather elders and young medicine men and women from the region to conduct the healing work, leading the ceremonies and other spiritual activities.

Your destination is the Boa Vista Village, located in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, approximately 06 hours by motorized canoe from the nearest city, Jordão. The only access to the region is by boat or plane, being considered one of the most isolated and hard to reach areas in Brazil.

In recent years, the Huni Kuin have opened their villages to welcome non-indigenous visitors and share their way of life, their identity and spirituality. In the last editions of our festival, we had the honor of receiving an average of 400 indigenous from around 14 villages of the Jordão, Tarauacá and Humaitá Indigenous Lands, as well as Nawa (foreigners) from 20 different nationalities.

Related Activities

∙ Hike through the forest to the Samauma Park, medicinal gardens and other healing spaces.

∙ Healing songs circles.

∙ Introduction to local medicinal practices.

∙ Baths and smudging with medicinal herbs.

∙ Nixi Pae (ayahuasca) ceremonies.

∙ Application of medicinal eye drops Sananga and Bawe.

∙ Application of Kãpun vaccine.

∙ Dume deshke (rapé) circles.

∙ Preparation of Ayahuasca and Rapé.

∙ Other traditional medicinal practices.

∙ Direct contact with medicine men/women.

How to participate

The Huni Kuin Gathering is an annual festival from the Huni Kuin people of the Jordão River in the state of Acre, Amazon, Brazil. It is organized by the leaders of the Yube Inu Institute and their non-indigenous partners. Together we seek to strengthen the bonds between the villages, promote traditional culture and the exchange of experiences and knowledge between generations.

 

In addition to a moment of unity and cultural empowerment, the festival is a spiritual event where we pray for the forest and humanity. Each year we gather elders and young medicine men and women from the region to conduct the healing work, leading the ceremonies and other spiritual activities.

Your destination is the Boa Vista Village, located in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Jordão River, approximately 06 hours by motorized canoe from the nearest city, Jordão. The only access to the region is by boat or plane, being considered one of the most isolated and hard to reach areas in Brazil.

In recent years, the Huni Kuin have opened their villages to welcome non-indigenous visitors and share their way of life, their identity and spirituality. In the last editions of our festival, we had the honor of receiving an average of 400 indigenous from around 14 villages of the Jordão, Tarauacá and Humaitá Indigenous Lands, as well as Nawa (foreigners) from 20 different nationalities.

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Related Activities

∙ Hike through the forest to the Samauma Park, medicinal gardens and other healing spaces.

∙ Healing songs circles.

∙ Introduction to local medicinal practices.

∙ Baths and smudging with medicinal herbs.

∙ Nixi Pae (ayahuasca) ceremonies.

∙ Application of medicinal eye drops Sananga and Bawe.

∙ Application of Kãpun vaccine.

∙ Dume deshke (rapé) circles.

∙ Preparation of Ayahuasca and Rapé.

∙ Other traditional medicinal practices.

∙ Direct contact with medicine men/women.

Related Activities

∙ Hike through the forest to the Samauma Park, medicinal gardens and other healing spaces.

∙ Healing songs circles.

∙ Introduction to local medicinal practices.

∙ Baths and smudging with medicinal herbs.

∙ Nixi Pae (ayahuasca) ceremonies.

∙ Application of medicinal eye drops Sananga and Bawe.

∙ Application of Kãpun vaccine.

∙ Dume deshke (rapé) circles.

∙ Preparation of Ayahuasca and Rapé.

∙ Other traditional medicinal practices.

∙ Direct contact with medicine men/women.

Related Activities

∙ Hike through the forest to the Samauma Park, medicinal gardens and other healing spaces.

∙ Healing songs circles.

∙ Introduction to local medicinal practices.

∙ Baths and smudging with medicinal herbs.

∙ Nixi Pae (ayahuasca) ceremonies.

∙ Application of medicinal eye drops Sananga and Bawe.

∙ Application of Kãpun vaccine.

∙ Dume deshke (rapé) circles.

∙ Preparation of Ayahuasca and Rapé.

∙ Other traditional medicinal practices.

∙ Direct contact with medicine men/women.

Related Activities

∙ Hike through the forest to the Samauma Park, medicinal gardens and other healing spaces.

∙ Healing songs circles.

∙ Introduction to local medicinal practices.

∙ Baths and smudging with medicinal herbs.

∙ Nixi Pae (ayahuasca) ceremonies.

∙ Application of medicinal eye drops Sananga and Bawe.

∙ Application of Kãpun vaccine.

∙ Dume deshke (rapé) circles.

∙ Preparation of Ayahuasca and Rapé.

∙ Other traditional medicinal practices.

∙ Direct contact with medicine men/women.

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