Rastafari Indigenous Village was founded in 2007 to preserve, protect and promote the traditional Rastafari way of life. Our deeply talented community includes drum makers, painters, sculptors, story tellers, singers, chanters, chefs, herbalists, regenerative gardeners, natural carpenters, organic masons, furniture makers, master foragers, historians, poets and orators.
Something is always being invented, created, refurbished or repurposed.
These rare and precious skills are rapidly disappearing from our world. Growing numbers of young people are choosing careers in technology and manufacturing instead. Rastafari Indigenous Village is one of the few places left that still actively teaches these traditions to coming generations. When you visit Rastafari Indigenous Village you will not just have a chance to see and experience Rastafari artisanship and livity— you will also be helping to support the preservation of a culture livicated (dedicated) to harmonize all human beings.