The Amazon Jungle is a haven for those who are ready to give up comfortable civilizational habits. Its rivers are often the main means of transport.
The photo shows the Asháninka tribe on the Chinchihuani River sailing from their village – Selva de oro. The next page presents the usage of achiote (a red hue made from crushed seeds of Bixa orellana that is used for painting faces during hunting and tribal celebrations) and traditional fishing with nets by the Yine Indians. The landscape on page 32 shows the Rainforest of The Yanachaga – Chemillén National Park soaked in the sunset.