Tapayuna are an indigenous people of Brazil, which has a population estimated at 160 individuals ( 2010 ). They speak the Tapayuna language, which is sometimes considered to be a part of the language Suyá.
They live in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso in the Xingu Indigenous Park, near the Culuene river.
Photo Credit: Aldeia Kawêretxikô (TI Capoto-Jarina). Foto: Beatriz de Almeida Matos, 2010.