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Everything is connected.

Indigenous peoples in British Columbia maintain deep connections to the lands, waters, animals, and supernatural realms of their unique Territories.  These connections are more important now than ever before, as we all realize what Indigenous BC has long known–our health and wholeness are written upon the land. 

Everything depends on everything else. Everything is connected.

Stay Local. Support Local. Businesses Open in 2021.

Like you, many Indigenous tourism operators are dreaming of a summer that allows us the joy of gathering and exploring in British Columbia. Others may remain closed for Summer 2021. We respect all choices made by Indigenous communities and businesses during this time. 

Please stay local and support the businesses open in your community. 

Explore Indigenous Experiences Open

Experience our diverse cultures.

With 203 Indigenous communities and more than 30 Indigenous languages, British Columbia’s six diverse and beautiful regions offer extensive authentic Indigenous experiences. Connect with the people and languages that have spoken the land, collected the knowledge, and passed the stories of Indigenous BC for thousands upon thousands of years.

 

How to travel responsibly

Responsible tourism uplifts travel experiences that create positive impacts for all involved – not just the traveller. Responsible Indigenous tourism in British Columbia means that your travel includes consideration of all which is of value to Indigenous peoples.

TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY. EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED.
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Support your Local Indigenous Eateries

Support your local Indigenous restaurant and tuck in at home to menus that lift up locally-sourced, high-quality ingredients, and Indigenous culinary traditions.

Where to Dine

Virtual Travel & Virtual Vacations

During this time, Indigenous tourism operators turn to online tools to share their knowledge and inspire your future travel with virtual tours and vacations.

Explore Virtual Experiences

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