Tau't Bato boy in slash-and-burn field
The Tau't Bato tribe are a subgroup of the larger Pala'wan indigenous group. They speak the native Pala'wan language and practice many of the same beliefs of the Pala'wan. The only difference being the Tau't Bato take shelter in large caves during the rainy season. Tau't Bato means; dwellers of the rock.
- Jacob Maentz
- Image Size
- 3461x5200 / 21.3MB
island portrait ethnic tropical Indigenous Peoples Tau't Bato indigenous ethnic group childhood agriculture southern Palawan remote field Mount Mantalingahan Traditional Clothing Palawan Asia child countryside Filipino ethnicity outdoors basket boy farming leave Rural Scene Southeast Asia people Real People Palawan Tribe corn Taut Bato native inhabitants mountains ethnic minority male Filipino culture full-length slash and burn MIMAROPA harvest maize valley tribe loincloth Rizal Province rainforest Malay archipelago archipelago Singnapan Valley
- Contained in galleries