The passion for knowledge moves us to the most remote places
Responsible tourism, collaboration and outreach are our practical tools to try to preserve cultural diversity and empower the last ethnic groups with their own worldview.
Last Places is the fruit of 25 years of coexistence with the last traditional ethnic groups in the world. Observing, respecting, sensing and even coming to understand these societies has led us to the conclusion that their disappearance would be a defeat for humanity.
In a globalized world, fewer and fewer regions are free from the fading of their traditional way of life. At Last Places we apply responsible tourism, collaboration projects and dissemination as means to try to preserve cultural diversity, recover identity pride and empower the last cultural groups with their own worldview; with unique ways of relating to the environment that surrounds them, beautifying their bodies and interpreting the world.
In our visits to these tribal societies, we recommend following a series of protocols and guidelines of conduct in order that the interaction generates the greatest possible positive impact on people and the environment.