1. The Samburu
This tribe lives in north-central Kenya.They are known for their own dialect, traditionalist lifestyle and rituals.
Indigenous peoples of the highest latitudes of the northern hemisphere. They believe in spirits, live in igloos and speak their own dialect. Less than 170,000 Eskimos remain in the world.
Indigenous tribe of the Papua New Guinea. The Kalam people are living in a village high in the mountains of Simbai. Tribal traditions and habits of Kalam are incredibly interesting.
4. Udege people
Udege the native population of the Primorsky Krai and Khabarovsk Krai regions in Russia. They speak the Udege language and animal worship. According to the latest data there are less than 1500 Udege people left in Russia.
5. Huli people
An indigenous people of Papua New Guinea. The Huli people are proud warriors, famous for their colorful dress and great reverence for birds.
6. Tofa people
A Turkic people living in the Irkutsk Oblast in Russia. According to the latest data there are less than 800 Tofa people left.
7. Himba people
Nomadic people living in northern Namibia. Their pastoral way of life has not changed since the 16th century.
8. Mansi people
An Ugric indigenous people living in Tyumen Oblast in Russia. Mansi speak their own language.
9. Asaro Mudmen
The “Mudmen” of Papua New Guinea’s Asaro tribe are those who wear traditional costumes made of mud.
10. Yali people
A major tribal group in the Papuan highlands. Yali are known to be dangerous cannibals.
The Rabari people are an ethnic group from region of Gujarat in western India. In the tribe, women are the main ones, men graze cattle.
12. Archi people
An ethnic group who live in villages in Southern Dagestan. Their culture is one of the most distinct, they speak their own language. Archi people have a total population of about 1,200.
The indigenous people of mainland New Zealand. Maori have their own art, language and interesting mythology.
14. Nivkh people
An indigenous ethnic group inhabiting the northern half of Russian Sakhalin Island. Nivkh people speak their own language. There are less than 4 thousand left.
15. Vanuatu people
Melanesian ethnic groups is the indigenous population of the island country of Vanuatu. Vanuatu people are known for their diverse culture.
16. The Enets
A Samoyedic ethnic group, that now lives in western Siberia near the Arctic Circle. According to the latest data, there are less than 200 Enets left in Russia.
17. Tibetan people
An East Asian ethnic group native to Tibet. Tibetan people are famous for their own diverse culture and history.
18. The Nenets
A Samoyedic ethnic group native to Russian Far North. Еhey have a status of indigenous small-numbered peoples. The Nenets people speak either the Tundra or Forest Nenets languages.
19. The Chukchi
An indigenous people inhabiting now only the Chukchi Peninsula, the shores of the Chukchi Sea. They speak their own language. The Chukchi believe in spirits and worship nature.
A tribe of Yeniseian speaking people in Siberia. According to the latest data, there are less than 1000 Kets left in Russia.
21. Kazakhs in Mongolia
Kazakhs living in Western Mongolia roam from place to place with their herds for hundreds of years.
22. Livs people
A small Baltic people that mainly lives in Latvia.
A Finnic ethnic group. They speak a disappearing Finnic-Votic language. Less than 100 Votians left.
Nomadic Argentine people. They are renown for their horse riding skills.
25. The Drukpa
One of the Tibeto-Burman tribes. The primary language of Drukpa is Dzongkha. They confess Tibetan Buddhism.