I'm a ranger with a backstory around a jungle giant killing my mother which sets me off from learning druidic things (from my mother) to dedicating my life to tracking and killing this giant. The setting is in the Skulls and Shackles adventure path. But it made me wonder what a jungle giant village/settlement looks like.
The Bestiary says that they organize into
solitary, hunting party (2–9 plus 1–3 girallons), or tribe (10–40, plus 35% noncombatants, 1–3 druids or sorcerers of 2nd–5th level, 1 ranger or barbarian of 3rd–7th level, and 2–8 girallons).
It also describes them as
Reclusive by nature, jungle giants lair deep within the rainforest. These giants distrust the ways of civilization and resent trespassers. More than one vine-covered lost city in the deep jungle owes its fall to jungle giant ire.
So the question is What does it look like to stumble into a tribe of jungle giants? Do they have huts? Caves? Sleep under trees? Tie trees together to form large huts? Cut down trees or rocks and stack them? Do they have fires? Are they nomadic? What do they eat?
As I'm typing this out, I wonder if some of this is up to the GM. Being set in Golarion, in a prebuilt adventure path, how much of this is already nailed down?