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PERUVIAN URBAN AMAZON CULTURE AND ART WORKSHOP
Neighbourhoods & Community, Food & Drink, Culture & Arts, Workshops & Classes
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Everyday with appointment at 10AM
From 75
PERUVIAN URBAN AMAZON CULTURE AND ART WORKSHOP
Lima , Peru
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TOUR IMAGE
This experience will give you the opportunity to learn about the first urban Amazonian community of Lima. With your guide you’ll visit a community of the Shipo-Konibo ethnic group, recognizable for their artisan trade. You’ll learn more about their culture, traditions, and history. You’ll also learn two Shipibo art techniques, attend a Kené textile painting workshop, and enjoy lunch at a host family’s house.
Impact of this experience
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You'll get insights into local Amazonian culture, traditions, and history of the Shibipo-Konibo ethnic community.
You'll learn traditional textile painting and join a jewelry workshop.
You'll support the Shipibo-Konibo communities.
Thanks to this experience it has been possible to achieve:
Share cultural heritage stories
Support local art and artists
Savour and support local cuisine
Help create a more sustainable future
Support guides and their tour organizer
Empower people!
Includes
• Time: 5-5.5h

• Guide: local expert guide

• Languages: Spanish & English

• Frequency: Everyday with appointment

• Good for: Adults, families, students, groups and professionals

• Participants: 2-20

It includes:
• Private vehicle transfers (pick-up and drop-off at Central Lima hotels)

• Lunch at a local family’s house

• Visit to 2 Shipibo artists and workshops in Shipibo art

• Material for all activities

In this experience you guide will bring you about 30 minutes away from Lima to the neighborhoods of indigenous Amazonians, where the Shipibo-Konibo communities have settled. They are especially known for their artesian trade and textile industry. You’ll learn about their culture, traditions and their history before starting the first workshop of the Kené textile painting.

You’ll learn from the locals how to paint kené on a small cloth, which you can bring home as a souvenir.
Then you will enjoy a traditional food for lunch at a local family’s house, before heading to the second workshop for jewelry art style. This workshop is accompanied by Ikaro singing, medicine songs which are usually performed by shamans in healing ceremonies.
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