8 Tribes With ‘No’ Contact With The Outside World

14/NOVEMBER /2023


The Sentinelese people inhabit North Sentinel Island in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India. They are known for their extreme isolation and hostility towards outsiders, which has made it nearly impossible to establish contact with them. 

Mashco Piro:

The Mashco Piro are an indigenous group living in the remote Amazon rainforest of Peru. They are known for their avoidance of contact with outsiders and have been observed only from a distance. 


The Awá people are an indigenous group in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil. They have chosen to remain isolated and have limited interaction with the  outside world. 


The Korowai people live in the dense rainforests of Papua province in Indonesia. They were only discovered by the outside world in the 1970s, and some groups have chosen to remain isolated. 


The Yanomami are an indigenous people living in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil and Venezuela. While some communities have had contact with outsiders, others remain relatively isolated. 


The Jarawa people are one of the indigenous tribes living in the Andaman Islands of India. They have had limited contact with the outside world and remain somewhat isolated. 


The Ayoreo people live in the Chaco region of Paraguay and Bolivia. While some Ayoreo have been contacted, several groups remain  in isolation. 

Papuan Tribes:

In the remote regions of Papua New Guinea, some numerous tribes and communities have limited contact with the outside world. These tribes often live in rugged, isolated terrain.