Every year in summers thousands of pilgrims from all over Haiti make a religious journey to the village of Ville Bonheur's Waters of Saut d'Eau waterfall. It is a main pilgrimage site in Haiti since 1847. Image source: Procured via Google Images
In Trobrianders tribe, Papua New Guinea, girls begin to have sex at the age of 6-8 and boys at the age of 10-12. Image source: Procured via Google Images
However, having a meal together before marriage is forbidden. Image source: Procured via Google Images
The Sambian Tribe of New Guinea have a tradition of separating their boys from the girls at the age of 7 for 10 years. During this period, they undergo piercings, nose bleeds and have to drink the semen of the tribes mightiest warriors. Photo courtesy: Google search
In Indonesia, there is a celebration called Pon. The event is held seven times a year, during which participants travel to a sacred mountain on the island of Java to perform a ceremony of good luck through sex with someone other than their spouse.
It is believed that 150 years ago the spirit of Virgin Mary has appeared on a palm tree close to the waterfall. Haitians wearing only underwear perform a bathing and cleaning ritual under the waterfall and Voodoo followers get possessed by the spirit of water. Image source: Procured via Google Images
To become a man, boys from Sambia tribe in New Guinea are removed from all the females at the age of seven for 10 years. Image source: Procured via Google Images
Among other traditions, they are required to ingest the semen of their elders. Image source: Procured via Google Images