South America

Tariana, the only Arawak language of the Vaupes River Basin
Tariana is an endangered Arawak language from North-west Amazon. It is spoken by c.70people in two villages on the Vaupes River, north-west Amazonia, Brazil. also see
Warekena of Xie
Warekena of Xie is a North Arawak language closely related to Baniva of Guainia and Yavitero.
Arawak languages
Selected languages of Tierra del Fuego
Creator and owner of these files is Professor Dr Oscar Aguilera
File Citrix ICA settings fileEndangered languages of the Pacific coast of South America
Some pictures of north-west Amazonia and its wildlife
Maintained by Dr Elena Mihas
Yuhupdeh is a language from the Makú (or Guaviare-Japurá) family in north-west Amazonia. This pages is maintained by Cácio Silva and by Elisângela Silva, experts on the Yuhupdeh language and culture.