Ese Ejja Village. Tambopata Rezerve, Peru
|Regions with significant populations|
|Bolivia (1300), Peru (400-500)|
|Ese Ejja language, Spanish|
|Christianity, traditional tribal religion|
The Ese Ejja are an indigenous people of Bolivia and Peru, in the southwestern Amazon basin. 1,300 Ese Ejja live in Bolivia, in the Pando and Beni Departments, in the foothills along the Beni and the Madre de Dios Rivers. In Peru, they live along the Tambopata and Heath Rivers, near Puerto Maldonado.
- Ese Ejja artwork, National Museum of the American Indian