Ancestral architecture of Malocas, impact in communities in the ancestral people for tourism. Shuar ecuadorian Community Case study

Authors

  • Alicia Porras Angulo Faculty of human science and education, Technical university of Ambato, Ecuador
  • Alba Hernández Freire Faculty of human science and education, Technical university of Ambato, Ecuador
  • Vinicio Porras Angulo Faculty of human science and education, Technical university of Ambato, Ecuador

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21625/archive.v5i1.813

Keywords:

Ancestral knowledge, low environmental impact, ancestral architecture, tourism, ecotourism

Abstract

The article presents information about ancestral indigenous ethno-knowledge of the indigenous community Shuar; the data was collected through participatory workshops, interviews and expeditions in order to collect plant species, and identify them in situ, always accompanied by local people considered them with experience and knowledge of their territory, this plants are important in the  indigenous population and tourists that visit the community because the ancestral architecture that they have its important for the tourism and design of Malocas or ancestral community tourist houses with low environmental impact and improved the ceremony and the intercultural connection between the shaman who has the ancestral heritage.

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2021-10-28

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Angulo, A. P., Freire, A. H., & Angulo, V. P. (2021). Ancestral architecture of Malocas, impact in communities in the ancestral people for tourism. Shuar ecuadorian Community Case study. The Academic Research Community Publication, 5(1), 54–61. https://doi.org/10.21625/archive.v5i1.813