Curripaco
Indigenous Group Curripaco (Also known as: Curipaco, Kuripaco, Kurripako, Kuripako, Koripako, Korispaso, Wakuenai)
Location Colombia, Departments of Vichada and Guainia, Upper Icana and Guainia Rivers, some isolated groups live near San Tome and El Venado
Estimated Population 7,066 (Retrieved 2007, Etnias de Colombia)
Environment Lowland / Rivervine
Lifestyle Semi-nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunter / Fisher / Gatherer / Handicraft Sales / Trade
Level of Assimilation Assimilated
Language Family Curripaco
Classification: Arawakan, Maipuran, Northern Maipuran
Alternate Names: Kuripaco, Kurripaco, Kurripako, Curipaco, Curripaco, Kuripako, Korispaso, Koripako
Dialects: Close to Baniwa and Carutana, Cadauapuritana, Enhen, Karupaka, Korripako, Unhun
Website URLs Ethnologue: Curripaco: a language of Colombia
Linguist List: The Curripaco Language
Wikipedia: Indigenous Peoples of Colombia
World Culture Encyclopedia: Baniwa-Curripaco-Wakuenai
Indigenous Peoples of the Icana River
Indigenous Communities of Colombia
Orinoco Online: Wakuenai
NGOs International Organization for Migration: Mission in Colombia (OIM)
Instituto Socio Ambiental