It is hard to imagine that there is no place untouched by civilization. Internet, telephones and computers came into our lives that we cannot imagine functioning without them. Most of us openly admits that we cannot live without them.
It is hard to even imagine a return to the days when there was no toilets, television and the press… However, there is a tribe living on a remote island North Sentinel.
The island is part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal. It is inhabited by a group of indigenous people, the Sentinelese that are so hostile to external contacts that the island has been called “the most difficult place to visit in the world”.
There is very little known about the Sentinelese. Their culture, language or settlement are unknown, they live in a very dense forest, hiding from the rest of the world. We only know that they are hunters and gatherers, they don’t till the soil. They eat fruits, fish, tubers, wild pigs, honey, and even lizards.