|Namesake|| An indigenous group of people|
|Tribe Type||Starting Tribe|
|Day Formed||Day 1|
|Tribe Status||Merged with Jalapao on Day 19|
|Lowest Placing Member||Candace Smith (15/16)|
|Highest Placing Member||Erinn Lobdell (3/16)|
Timbira has no insignia.
Their tribe color is black.
- Brendan Synnott, an entrepreneur from Buffalo, New York.
- Candace Smith, an attorney from Dayton, Ohio.
- Coach Wade, a soccer coach and orchestral conductor from Bolivar, Missouri.
- Debbie Beebe, a middle school principal from Auburn, Alabama.
- Erinn Lobdell, a hairstylist from Waukesha, Wisconsin.
- Jerry Sims, a U.S. Army sergeant from Rock Hill, South Carolina.
- Sierra Reed, a model from Los Angeles, California.
- Tyson Apostol, a pro cyclist from Lindon, Utah.
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- Timbira is currently the first and only starting tribe to have black as their color. All other black tribes have been merged tribes.
- The two males to be the highest ranking members of Timbira and two males to be the highest ranking members of rival tribe Jalapao would all return in a future season.