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Vivencial in Gran Chaco Bolivia by Jacky

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  • 1. BUSINESS PROJECT
  • 2.
    • The Chamber of producers in the Gran Chaco Region met with the indigenous and rural communities who are involved in the project. The project has the support of national and regional authorities.
    • The project has a budget and has inserted in the Municipality’s Year Operative Budget to stimulate tourism strategy.
    • With the budget available we will be able to visit communities who will benefit and offer training to people in communities. Also, small working committees will be organized based on their abilities including music, dance, gastronomy, trails, etc. Improvement in hotels either at homes or cabins so that communities are ready to host tourists. Like health centers
  • 3.  
  • 4. Who will visit you?
    • National Tourists
    • Family
    • Students
    • Foreigners
    • Europeans, Asians etc
    • Partners
    • Friends
    • We have transportation connections, to fly and we are a community organization
  • 5. COST
    • option 3 170 $ each per day
    • Option 2 150 $ each per day Family housing Extra $10
    • Option 1 100 $ each per day
    • EVERY OPTION INCLUDES MEALS, ACCOMODATIONS AND TOUR GUIDE FEES
    • THE EACH OPTION IS FOR 2 DAYS
  • 6.
    • We will offer a unique experience sharing with people in communities of Gran Chaco- their way of life, culture, and work on the farms with livestock and agriculture.
    • We have rooms in people’s homes and cabins in the community for groups
    • Tourists will have a chance to interact directly with people in their day to day activities.
    •   We offer food dance and excellent gastronomy from the Chaco Region.
  • 7.  
  • 8. TYPICAL GASTRONOMY CHAQUENA
  • 9.
    • have a fascinating experiential learning in the indigenous community of Weenhayek from the warm lands of Bolivia
    • We offer to take you to ecologically sound trails and to view typical Indigenous community’s activities and see the vibrant life of communities.
  • 10. FISHING
    • This is one of the oldest activities of Indigenous hunting and fishing communities weenhayek.
  • 11. The fabulous Sabalo is the traditional food
  • 12. WE WORK WITH THE COMMUNITY ! WE ARE ORGANIZED!
  • 13. THE CARAHUATA CULTURA VIVA
  • 14. PARTS OF THE CULTURE THE CARAHUATA
  • 15. WE ARE CARAHUATA  
    • This plant grows in warm lands in the Chaco region and provides life to our people. It is our clothing, medicine, etc. we use it for typical crafts as part of our identity
  • 16. 3RA OPCION THE GUARANIES
    • Our people are very happy … and are waiting for your visit to share with you their culture with dance, festivities, songs, music, crafts, and history.
  • 17. WECOMING THE TOURIST
  • 18.
    • Our food
    • The base of our diet is corn which represents the life in the communities. Mother earth feeds us every year. We use corn to make bread, chicha. cakes, soups. It is also important for our economy and feed for hogs and poultry .
  • 19.  
  • 20.
    • The palm tree is typical of our lands and its leaves are used to make crafts which are part of our culture. We also use the wood to make different objects .
  • 21. CAN YOU SEE THE PALM?
  • 22. Dances, music and traditions
    • Our people are very happy and celebrate in festivities thanking THUMPA (God) for guiding our life.
  • 23. OUR TRADITIONS  
  • 24. MYTHOLOGY AND HISTORY  
    • We share our culture beyond our borders. Our people live in Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina and a small group in Brazil. Our elders are wonderful story tellers and you will love to hear them
  • 25. We are waiting for you…. Come and have the best experience of your life!