The First Peoples of British Columbia have lived here for thousands of years and they are still here today – not in museums but alive and well and celebrating the renaissance of their culture. They are welcoming travellers from around the world and sharing their culture, their values and their relationship with the land, waters and all living things. Authentic Indigenous cultural experiences not only create memories for BC visitors – for most travellers, they are transformative; they restore the feeling of connection with all things and they become a travel highlight – the focus of stories, of bragging rights, of desires to return.
No other place on the planet offers such a density and diversity of Indigenous experiences – British Columbia is home to more than 200 First Nations, each with its own unique language, dialect and traditions.
British Columbia is home to the largest diverse assembly of Indigenous peoples in the world, providing the very unique opportunity for a large number of unique experiences and stories.Explore More