The Xingu basin offers the most prolific multispecies fishery in the Amazon and probably of all freshwater rivers on earth. The river flow through virgin primary Amazon forest, protected by the Kayapo indigenous people. The Kakapos are one of the most important Indian ethnic groups in Amazon, but no more than 8,000 Kayapo people remain living in these areas. Their cosmology, ritual life and social organization are extremely rich and complex. Visit the highly restricted indigenous territories of Brazil that host some of the most pristine flora and fauna of the Amazon, discover a unique jungle immersion with our professional bilingual guides (English/Portuguese), hike through trails in the Amazon with Kayapo Warriors and learn about their hunting techniques while searching for unique wildlife of the region, eee the Kayapo women and children create their iconic body painting designs and have the opportunity to be painted yourself as a Kayapo, enjoy each morning and afternoon boat safaris in the look out for tapirs, great river otters, deer, as well as jaguars and pumas, Experience our World Class service Jungle lodge with a private chef and host while exploring some of the most uncharted areas of the Brazilian Amazon. Enjoy the amenities of the Xingu lodge with a riverfront swimming pool and small spa with massages and Kayapo body painting.