Why is HoboTraveler.com in Peru

Why is HoboTraveler.com in Peru

To get close to less contacted tribes. (Wrongly called un-contacted tribes.)

I was in Peru last June of 2008, and at this time the Yurua river near the Peru-Brazil border was low. I was told to return in January and the river would be high enough to travel by canoe. I am wanting to get near one of the lesser contacted tribes on the planet, they are often called un-contacted tribes, however I tend to thing lesser contacted or less civilized is correct.

Lima, Peru
Maria Jesus Area of Lima
Saturday, January 10, 2009
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This is a map of Peru; I will fly to Pucallpa, Peru on Monday morning.

This is a Map I modified to show where I wanted to go in June; you can read the post by clicking here: Less Contracted Tribes

So what is up with the less contacted tribes? I want to understand the true motivations and nature of man. I want to remove the culture that we wrap ourselves in and see who we really are before there were cities on the earth where people believe they are civilized.

This is one of them places I consider on the edge of the planet. It is not easy to get to Breu, I am not sure if I can afford the money now, it truly is expensive to rent small planes to travel off the map.

Why is HoboTraveler.com in Peru


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