Top Reasons to Stay in an Aboriginal Hotel in BC
Most of the time when you’re on vacation, your hotel room is just where you keep your clothes, toiletries, and lay your head at the end of the day. Unless you’re staying in some fabulous and swanky luxury palace, most hotel rooms are unremarkable. Pretty much every regular hotel room looks like every other regular hotel room whether you’re in Cleveland, Cancun or Las Vegas.
But, when you stay at an Aboriginal-owned hotel, lodge or B&B in British Columbia, your accommodation actually becomes part of an unforgettable experience as you become immersed in a vastly fascinating culture. Why stay in the same old room when you could be sleeping in a comfy eco-yurt, cabin, or Aboriginal art-filled room being lulled to sleep by the tones of the ocean?
It’s more than just interesting Aboriginal-themed accommodations. You also get to experience authentic Aboriginal hospitality and get a glimpse at the legends, lifestyle, and culture of Canada’s First peoples. Here are our top 5 reasons to stay in an Aboriginal-owned hotel, lodge or B&B in British Columbia:
Local Cultural Knowledge
Your hosts will be able to tell you the history of the surrounding area and its ancient myths, helping you to connect to a place like never before.
Unique Photography Tips
Your hosts will tell you stories of the local culture and wildlife and show you the best places to snap a local cultural photo or a wildlife picture or scenic nature shot.
Authentic Cultural Experiences
Many Aboriginal-owned hotels also pair with or offer personalized and authentic Aboriginal guiding services, allowing you to further explore their heritage and lifestyle while on an unforgettable adventure.
Amazing Aboriginal Cuisine
Foodies will appreciate getting the chance to sample Aboriginal-inspired cuisine like bannock or salmon prepared in a variety of traditional ways.
Support Local Culture
Staying in Aboriginal-owned accommodation also means you’re supporting a local entrepreneur, the community, and sharing in not only the Aboriginal hospitality, but also the vibrant First Nations cultures and traditions.
On your next vacation in British Columbia, enhance your experience by staying in an Aboriginal-owned hotel, lodge or B&B. Click here for our list of Aboriginal-owned accommodations in BC.