Expedición Paititi

SWithout the dedication and commitment of the Bohic Ruz team it would be impossible to achieve the proposed goals

-- Anselm Pi Rambla / Founder & President Bohic Ruz

  • Equipo Bohic Ruz

    Bohic Ruz
    Paititi Expedition

  • Equipo Bohic Ruz

    Alto Madre de DiosPeruvian Amazon Jungle

  • Mashcopiros

    RiverAlto Madre de Dios

  • Equipo Bohic Ruz

    Risks and difficulties in the expedition

  • Equipo Bohic Ruz

    Bohic Ruz team on the river Madre de Dios

  • Equipo Bohic Ruz

    Bohic Ruz team on the river Madre de Dios

  • Juan Jolis

    Juan Jolis (Biologist) - member of the Bohic Ruz team

  • Jaime Figa

    Jaime Figa (explorer) - member of the Bohic Ruz team

  • Francisco Serrat

    Francisco Serrat (naturalist photographer) - member of the Bohic Ruz team

  • Francisco Serrat
  • Mashcopiros

    Bohic Ruz Team with Mashcopiros Women

 

escudo bohic

 

Mujer Mashcopiro
* mujer mashcopiro

Paititi Expedition

The Bohic Ruz Explorer team made a high-risk expedition to Alto Madre de Dios (Peruvian Amazon Forest) in search of evidence of the existence of the mythical citadel of PAITITI (The Golden City of the Incas).

This territory of the Amazon rainforest, one of the most inhospitable and unknown of the planet, is according to many reports the place where the famous citadel is so sought after by many explorers and adventurers. An area that the same guides do not want to penetrate for fear of reprisals of tribes very bellicose and not yet contacted.

In a very dangerous area of the jungle we were lucky to contact for the first time with 3 women of the unknown Mashcopiro tribe. A tribe that has never contacted our civilization to date and that no expedition has ever been so close to them.

With our native guides Piros and Machiguengas who accompanied us we tried to establish a communication with the 3 women with great difficulty because they spoke a different and unknown dialect. The data that we could obtain indicate that, in its territory, there are archaeological ruins of the Inca area that could be the remains of the famous Paititi mentioned in many ancient traditions.

The place is very difficult to access because it is guarded by native tribes that do not let any stranger penetrate.

 



 

Mashcopiros

  • Mashcopiros
    Uncontacted tribe



Mashcopiros an uncontacted tribe

In the expedition PAITITI members of the Bohic Ruz team contacted three women from an unknown tribe, the Mashcopiros, one of the few tribes in the world that have yet to contact our civilization.

- Bohic Ruz Team

The three Mashcopiro women spoke a dialect totally unknown and were displaced about 10 kilometers from their camp, apparently expelled and marginalized by their own tribe.

Our native guides did not dare to go further from that place, since we had been attacked by very bellicose Indians. It is believed that in this area there are approximately 5,000 Indians of different ethnicities not yet contacted: "Yaminahuas, Amahuacas and Mashcopiros among others".