Dakota Wint is a content creator, influencer, and filmmaker who travels the world to explore the deepest corners of the world. The earth being 4.5 billion old, there are still a lot of indigenous tribes left for the world to explore. Dakota has travelled all over the world and get to know about many indigenous tribes that still exist around the world and their hidden world of unique traditions, rituals, and religious practices.
Dakota has mentioned while he was travelling various places at a time how he came across the eating cannibals, the Aghori, in the holy city of Varanasi, India. The Aghori do post-mortem rituals and use dead bodies in their spiritual practices to obtain earthly powers and spiritual enlightenment. Most Hindus consider this group to be terrifying and avoidable at all costs.
Dakota has also spent over 6 months while his stay in Peru and learned about the tribe Shipibo. The Shipibo are a visionary shamanic and ritualistic group of people living in the remote jungles in a few different areas like Iquitos or Pucallpa. He also mentioned in his stay in Mexico he got to meet the Huicholes – the Peyote eating tribe of Mexico where He spent a month and a half living with Marakame (spiritual healer) Don Juan from a small community in Jalisco.
His expedition reveals the truth about forbidden rituals practised by various tribes he meets along the way. According to Dakota, life is a living mystery- “None of us knows why we are alive, but here we are, floating on a planet through infinite space, around a giant fireball explosion. All it takes is to flip on the switch of awareness for you to live in complete awe of yourself and recognize the incredibly profound weirdness we are collectively experiencing,” says Dakota.
Dakota has dedicated most of his adult life to exploring the taboo and hidden world of unique traditions, rituals, and religious practices. and is also looking forward to continuing travelling the deepest corners of the world, spending time with unusual and interesting people, making documentaries, writing poetry, and living a life worth talking about around campfires.
Dakota Wint has discovered there is more to learn about this world, especially spiritually, as a result of his interactions with many tribes and his participation in their rituals. He’s also delighted to be able to share the experiences of these native groups with the broader audience. In case you wish to know more about these stories, follow Dakota Wint on: