From Wanai to mapoyo,
there is a lot of history.
The current Mapoyo people who live in the "Palomo Community" in the Bolivar state in southern Venezuela speak of a tradition hardened from its roots.
Currently, they have joined their voice as a community to strengthen their native language “WANAI” and part of their customs, some of them remain, such as the construction of the roof of the traditional house, or the fishing and hunting of some species allowed among them.
Also children’s games, which turned out to be part of an ancestral ritual or celebration where they build
Then they form a circle and play it randomly while dancing
The adaptation in the home is the "Warihi". It is the collection of the inflorescence of the palm of the "Cucurito" that resembles the tail of the palm bear.
It is used as a broom for cleaning the house.
For their food sustenance they use the "Wayari Takiniri", in our language "The Whistle of the Danta".
This is the whistle they use to approach and manage to hunt the Danta.