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Pangong Tso Lake
lightning fast grab
Reflection of trees in water
Morning fishing on Dal Lake
Artworks from 16th Century, Taken inside the Dharbar Hall (Senate) of old Maratha Palace
Walk on the Beach
last ones standing
Francisco
Fantastical Forest
Water Is Light
Bosque full moon
thoughts
Three ladies
Family
On to the Next One
This is Azores
lighthouse
A winter morning
evening glory
Notre Dame
Arctic Fisherman
isle of pines
stories and myths
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
thoughts

Cerrado, the second largest biome in South America, there also lives the Xavante indigenous people struggling to survive in the face of increasing change and progressive depletion of natural resources in the region. Sustainable tourism can ensure not only environmental protection, but also stimulate the traditional activities of people who holds the knowledge of the cerrado. Know myths, hear stories, track initiation ritual boys farming and demonstrates the fighting spirit and his ability to face physical challenges is one of several aspects of indigenous culture unknown to many Brazilians.

TAGS: Brazil, Culture, Savannah, Sustainable Travel, Tradition

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Date Taken: 10.2013
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