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2017年5月16日的点评

2017年4月24日,我们一群人(88人)和Anne Gordon de Barrigon一起,有幸拜访了查格里斯国家公园里的姆贝拉秘鲁村。我们度过了最愉快的时光 - 我觉得言语无法表达我们有多喜欢这次旅行。和部落会面,了解他们的文化和历史,享用他们为我们准备的午餐,能够购买一些他们手工制作的东西,非常有趣。Anne,作为他们的家人,使其成为了可能是我们见过的最好的旅游经营者 - 她让我们了解他们,而这通常是我们从其他旅游经营者那接收不到的。她的助理Kenny和我们一起也让我们很愉快。高度推荐这个旅程给各种规模的旅行团,大的或者小的 - 你不会后悔的!

感谢 Patti P
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我们很享受这次小型社区之旅行和他们的欢迎会。这个土著人解释了部落的历史和文化。表演了一些舞蹈,然后我们被允许在一个小区域里转转,或者在商店里买一些他们的手工艺品。这是一个很小的区域,在大小上(比篮球场还小)。

感谢 IrishCueTravel
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2017年3月31日的点评

由部落成员带领乘坐独木舟到村庄去是一段奇妙的经历。他们让我们感到非常受欢迎,在一片叶子里给我们做了一顿饭,向我们展示了他们如何使自己的工艺工作,并用自然的东西做着色材料。我们有时间逛逛村庄周围,看看他们的房子。他们也展示了他们的舞蹈,并邀请我们加入,我非常喜欢度过的每一分钟,我与世界各地的人来此不会改变他们的生活方式,因为那很美好。

感谢 4Locals
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我点击了玛格丽特的评论用来帮助我。着确实使我真的很想写一些东西。我认为这是可悲的,人们给一个坏的评论时甚至没有去参观这个公司,并没有访问这个村庄或这里的人。这不是旅游陷阱。这是一个美丽的经历,是如此的真实。我会给满分。

感谢 bubblesandsquat
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可能村民从来观光的游客身上获利。但我,就我个人而言,觉得它有点刻意了。村民们穿着他们的当地服饰,我们会一直盯着看。我宁愿让他们留在自己的生活里,不要把它当做游客的娱乐。

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Anne G,Embera Village Tours & More 的 Owner,回复了这篇点评2017年2月21日已回复
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Dear Margaret,

Thank you for posting your review of your visit to the Embera Village. It is clear from your photos that you visited the village located near the Gamboa Rainforest Resort just 30 minutes outside of Panama City. This village is the closest Embera village to the city and has the most outside influence of them all. It is easy to get to and that is why some tour operators choose to go there.

I am the owner of the company, Embera Village Tours, (This Trip Advisor page is for our company and not for any Embera village tour offered by other tour operators, although we understand the confusion between the two.) I have been married to an Embera man since 2004 and we take our tours to my husband's village, which is the most remote village, which means they receive the least amount of visitors, which translates into them being equally curious, engaging and enjoying meeting and getting to know each and every tourist who arrives in their village.

There has been an anthropologist from Oxford who studied the effects of tourism on the Embera culture and he found that tourism provides an incentive to maintain their traditions, keeps their culture and language alive, enables the Embera to live as they prefer and instills a sense of pride in their tribe. In my 13 years with the Embera people, I have found them to be warm, friendly, happy and relaxed people who are equally curious about each visitor who comes to their village.. I have also learned that no matter how laid back they are, you cannot force an Embera person to do anything they do not want to do. In other words, they earn their income today through tourism because they want and choose to do so. If they did not want to participate in receiving visitors, they would not.

As you stated, in a perfect world, it would be ideal to leave the Embera to live their own way of life without having tourists visit them. However, unfortunately, we do not live in that perfect world...yet. In fact, where you went and where my husband's village is, are both located inside national parks, which means their traditional means of survival such as hunting and growing agriculture are prohibited, plus they must now pay a fee to the park for permission to harvest the natural materials needed to build their houses and dugout canoes. So because they are limited to how they can survive and now rely on money as the rest of the world does, they must earn money somehow and tourism is a sutainable, fun and easy choice for them.

Thank you for taking the time to write your review and I hope my response helps you to understand that the Embera choose to participate in tourism of their own accord and the differences between the village you visited and the more remote Embera villages.

Bia Bua, (Thank you in Embera)
Anne Gordon de Barrigon
Embera friend and family member
Owner, Embera Village Tours

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2017年2月2日的点评

我们本不想这么做,但是我们的旅游代理人坚持说这一定很有趣。这真的令我很沮丧。一个当地人组成的小群体,没有其他任何方式去支撑他们的生活,但是为参观者们上演了他们喜欢的表演。对于那些窘迫却不得不这么做的人们我感觉很糟糕。

感谢 Ebb2885
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Anne G,Embera Village Tours & More 的 Owner,回复了这篇点评2017年2月14日已回复
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Dear Ebb2885,

Thank you for sharing your opinion with us. I am very sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your visit to the Embera village. It sounds like you may not have gone with our company, Embera Village Tours. We always strive to provide the best and most interesting experience for our guests.

Many of the other tour operators who offer a visit to the Embera communities, go to the closer villages, that receive many tour groups per day, so it can feel a lot more like a "tourist trap" as you have suggested.

I have been married to an Embera man since 2004 and we take our tours to my husband's village, which is the most remote village, which means they receive the least amount of visitors, which translates into them being equally curious, engaging and enjoying meeting and getting to know each and every tourist who arrives in their village.

There has been an anthropologist from Oxford who studied the effects of tourism on the Embera culture and he found that tourism provides an incentive to maintain their traditions, keeps their culture and language alive, enables the Embera to live as they prefer and instills a sense of pride in their tribe. In my 13 years with the Embera people, I have found them to be warm, friendly, happy and relaxed people. I have also learned that no matter how laid back they are, you cannot force an Embera person to do anything they do not want to do. In other words, they earn their income today through tourism because they want and choose to do so. If they did not want to participate in receiving visitors, they would not.

I hope this helps you to understand more about our Embera Village Tours. I hope you enjoyed the rest of your visit here in Panama.

Sincerely,
Anne Gordon de Barrigon
Owner, Embera Village Tours
Embera friend and family member

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