Mysterious tribes around the world....

Sentinelese Tribe (Andaman Islands, India) 

The Sentinelese are known for their isolation and hostility towards outsiders. They inhabit North Sentinel Island and have resisted contact with the outside world. 

Himba Tribe (Namibia) 

– The Himba are semi-nomadic pastoralists known for their distinctive appearance and traditional lifestyle. They are renowned for their red ochre body paint and intricate hairstyles. – 

Yanomami Tribe (Amazon Rainforest, Brazil and Venezuela): 

The Yanomami are one of the largest indigenous tribes in the Amazon. They are known for their shamanistic practices, communal living, and resistance against encroachment on their land.  

Maasai Tribe (Kenya and Tanzania): 

The Maasai are semi-nomadic pastoralists known for their rich cultural heritage, traditional attire (shúkà and beaded jewelry), and strong warrior traditions. 

Korowai Tribe (Papua, Indonesia): 

The Korowai are known for their treehouse dwellings in the remote rainforests of Papua. They practice animism and have traditionally relied on hunting and gathering. 

Toda Tribe (Nilgiri Hills, India): 

The Toda are an indigenous tribe known for their unique culture and pastoral lifestyle. They traditionally live in barrel-vaulted houses and have distinct customs and rituals.