|Namesake:||Filipino word meaning "companion"|
|Tribe Type:||Merged tribe|
|Day Formed:||Day 19|
|Tribes Merged:|| Galang|
|Lowest Placing Member:||Aras Baskauskas (11/20)|
|Highest Placing Member:||Tyson Apostol (Winner)|
Kasama has no emblem.
- ►►►» Aras Baskauskas, the winner of Panama, memorable for his tense rivalry with Terry Deitz, his alliance with Cirie Fields, and defeating future villain Danielle DiLorenzo in front of the jury.
- ►►► Caleb Bankston, a post office manager and farmer from Collinsville, Alabama, and Colton's fiancé.
- ►►► Ciera Eastin, a Cosmetology student from Salem, Oregon, and Laura's daughter.
- ►►►» Gervase Peterson, from Borneo, notable for opposing the alliance strategy and for his derogatory comment, "girls are the stupidest things on the planet next to cows."
- ►►► Hayden Moss, a real estate salesman from Springtown, Texas, and Kat's boyfriend.
- ►►► Katie Collins, a hedge fund supporter from New York City, New York, and Tina's daughter.
- ►►►» Laura Morett, from Samoa, remembered as a strong female on her season and one of Galu's leaders in challenges, she was always at odds with Shambo Waters and was voted out after notorious villain Russell Hantz convinced a former Galu member to switch his vote.
- ►►►» Monica Culpepper, from One World, notable as one of the strongest woman on her season physically, but was voted out due to being viewed as a physical and social threat by the opposing alliance after a tribe switch.
- ►►►»» Tina Wesson, the winner of The Australian Outback and also from All-Stars, known for being the first ever female Sole Survivor and for her alliance with Colby Donaldson. Colby ultimately took her to the Final Two over the more unpopular Keith Famie. This move not only gave Tina the win, but is also recognized one of the dumbest moves in Survivor history.
- ►►►»» Tyson Apostol, from Tocantins and Heroes vs. Villains, known for his acid-tongued confessionals in Tocantins and rivalry with Sierra Reed. He is also memorable for being convinced to switch his vote to eventual runner up Parvati Shallow by notorious villain Russell Hantz. This move is also recognized as one of the dumbest moves in Survivor history.
- ►►► Vytas Baskauskas, a yoga instructor and math professor from Santa Monica, California, and Aras' brother.
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- Kasama is the first merged tribe that Monica Culpepper has been a member of in her two seasons.
- Kasama is the second tribe to merge at 11 castaways (the first being Dangrayne).
- Kasama is the second merged tribe to have the first castaway voted out be a returning male who had previously won the game, following the Yin Yang tribe from Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains.
- Kasama is the first tribe from which Aras Baskauskas has been voted out.
- Kasama is the first merge tribe from which Tina gets voted out.
- This is the fourth tribe to have a former member pass away, after Koror, Pagong, and Tadhana.
- According to Aras' exit interview on Rob Has a Podcast, the tribe was initially intended to be named Tai Tay Wai Tay (a reference to the song Tighty Whities by Survivor: Fiji contestant Lisi Linares, and which has been a running gag on RHAP). However, production nixed the name at the last minute.
- Kasama is the second purple tribe in a row (the first tribe to start the chain was Bikal).
- Kasama is the second tribe to draw rocks in a tiebreaker. Soliantu of Survivor: Marquesas was the first.
- Kasama is the first merged tribe since Barramundi from Survivor: The Australian Outback to have a deadlocked tie outside the final 4.
- Coincidentally, Tina Wesson was a member of both tribes.
- Kasama is the first tribe since Nobag from Survivor: Gabon to have a deadlocked tie.
- Kasama is the only tribe to have the first and last person voted out be former winners.
- Kasama, along with Yin Yang, are the only tribes whose highest and lowest placing members are Winners.
- This is the only merged tribe in a Newbies vs. Returnees season with a number of new players that isn't 4.
- ↑ "Talking with the Latest Player Eliminated from Survivor - 11/21/13". Rob Has a Podcast. 21 November 2013. http://robhasawebsite.com/survivor-blood-vs-water-aras-baskauskas-exit-interview/.