Arhuaco girl. The Arhuaco people are an indigenous people of Colombia. They are Chibchan-speaking people and descendents of the Tairona culture, concentrated in northern Colombia in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

The Arhuaco people are an indigenous people of Colombia. They are Chibchan-speaking people and descendents of the Tairona culture, concentrated in northern Colombia in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

For the indigenous peoples living on the steep slopes of Colombia's Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, sustaining the balance of the spiritual and ecological ...

Along the ridgeline of the Sierra Nevadas, live the Kankumo and Aruhaco people. Both deeply religious, the Kankumo and Aruhaco have the utmost respect for nature, relying on farming to feed their families and provide a source of income.

An intimate look at Arhuaco life in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia.

A Portrait of Arhuaco Life in Colombia

An intimate look at Arhuaco life in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. An Arhuaco man meditating in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia.

In a world full of noise, the indigenous communities of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, have embarked on a journey that requires the utmost clarity and discernment. Their very existence depends on their own choices and decisions.

The Kogi or Kogui or Kaggabba , translated to "jaguar", in the Kogui language are a native American ethnic group that lives in the Sierra.

Iguana for Dinner: The day-to-day routine isn’t much different than ours. They get up, and the kids, everyone from the youngest to the oldest, go to the field. Their way of living has changed very little since Columbus’s time.

A Portrait of Arhuaco Life in Colombia

Iguana for Dinner: The day-to-day routine isn’t much different than ours. They get up, and the kids, everyone from the youngest to the oldest, go to the field. Their way of living has changed very little since Columbus’s time.

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