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Alimentao Para Bebe is located in a beautiful region of the Amazon, on the border of Brazil and Peru. In ancient times, the area was rich in artifacts, and today its unique culture and tradition have given it a name: Leite de Apa. This town has been the seat of the richest history in the region and has links to some of the greatest leaders of both Brazilian and indigenous cultures. For example, during the colonial period, Leites were great intellectuals and were closely allied with the conquistadors. At the beginning of the 20th century, the town received tourist all over the world, who flocked to take advantage of the rich cultural heritage of this Amazonian town.
Although the town is originally from the Amazonian era, today it proudly embraces the culture and heritage of its white-collar past. There are many local shops and restaurants to visit, as well as a wide array of art studios, craft workshops and the most up-to-date in electrical appliances. One characteristic that you will surely find in Alimentao Para Bebe is the rich sense of community. It is very rare to find such a small town with such rich cultural heritage and such close-knit community, which make the experience truly remarkable and unforgettable.
Leites were mostly from the Amazonian regions, such as Kalahari Desert. They built their life based off hunting and gathering. Hunting and gathering are the main source of sustenance in the dry and harsh environment of the Amazonian forest. There used to be only one large village, but now, there are several leites in each town, living in harmony with their fellow village dwellers. They form an important part of the local economy and contribute greatly to its development. They are also an integral part of the preservation of the native tribes and their way of life.
As for the preservation of their culture, leites respect conservation. Even though there are a few leites who live in the village, they make sure to put it all into practice, preserving what they have been doing for so long. This commitment has been their way of showing respect for their ancestors who came before them. The Alimentao Para Bebe is very strict when it comes to preserving their way of life.
A major attraction of the village is the presence of the Orca Wall, the largest underwater limestone formation in the world. The formation, which took decades to build, is around four kilometres long. It can take the tourists around two hours just to see the whole thing. This highlights not only the incredible size of the limestone formations, but also the amount of effort that went into the making of this great structure.
There are also many interesting sights to see in and around the village. Among the popular attractions are the salt pans that dot the landscape, the boat ride to the sea, the beautiful Orca stone formation and the marine iguana shelter. You will also get to witness the playful antics of the leites at one of the Zoobic Islands lagoons.
The Alimento Para Bebe is fed by four kilometers of underground rivers. The water is pumped to the villages through underground pipes. This means that clean, fresh water is always available for drinking. Another attraction of the village is its vast reserve of wild life. It has been said that there are more than a thousand different species of birds in the area. You will also be able to spot a number of endangered species of plants and animals.
Most visitors tend to stay in the Alimento para Bebe for a day or two and then go back to their homes. The village is safe for tourists because of the presence of a military guard at all entry points. This has been done in order to prevent illegal entry. The presence of military personnel ensures that nobody enters the village without permission.