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lelem' Arts & Cultural Cafe

Indigenous Culture, Restaurants and Eateries

Indigenous Culture, Restaurants and Eateries

Inspired by the temperate rainforests of the Pacific, our cafe by the river features a bright, airy layout and generous use of cedar. We are proud to be Indigenous owned, with our menu incorporating some of the traditional flavours of a Coast Salish diet. 

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

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Takaya Tours

Indigenous Culture, Boating, Paddling

Indigenous Culture, Boating, Paddling

Takaya Tours offers interpretive canoe and kayak tours in Burrard Inlet that highlight the First Nation culture of the area. Operating from bases in Cates Park (Whey-Ah-Wichen) in North Vancouver and (Tum-tay-wheutan) in Belcarra Regional Park, Port Moody. Takaya Tours offers a range of safe and exciting activities that mix outdoor adventure with an authentic interpretation of Coast Salish culture. Tours operate from May-Oct.

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

North Vancouver

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Jack Sam's Restaurant & Lounge

Indigenous Culture, Restaurants and Eateries

Indigenous Culture, Restaurants and Eateries

With an emphasis on the freshest high-quality ingredients and locally inspired culinary traditions, the Quaaout Lodge flavours each dining experience with the accents of our wilderness surroundings. A warm and intimate ambience combined with views of Little Shuswap Lake and friendly service merge to make every meal a true sensory experience.

Thompson Okanagan

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Tzoonie Wilderness Resort

Indigenous Culture, Resorts, Traditional Lodgings & Sweat Lodges, Biking, Hiking & Walking, Paddling, Spas

Indigenous Culture, Resorts, Traditional Lodgings & Sweat Lodges, Biking, Hiking & Walking, Paddling, Spas

There are very few wilderness destinations, reasonably close to large urban areas , that are not accessible by road and offer authentic wilderness. Tzoonie is such a destination and included in the price is boat transportation to our resort. We offer the usual amenities, i.e. kayaks, paddle boards, canoes, bikes, etc . More importantly, access to many kilometers of abandoned logging trails and beach loaded with shellfish and more. We provide the expertise and tools - you provide the appetite! Our waterfront cabins and wall tents offer spectacular views of inlet and mountains. We usually limit occupancy to max of 12 guests to ensure privacy, peace and quiet. For star gazers, you can enjoy a unique experience following the spectacular display in the sky meld with the " fire in the water", an indigenous term for the phosphorescence which brings the ocean to life caused by the movement of marine fish and other critters. Next morning join your host by the campfire for the best coffee ever

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Sechelt

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Wya Point Resort

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS, Storm Watching

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS, Storm Watching

Wya Point Resort is situated amongst old-growth forest and private, pristine beaches of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht (Ucluelet) First Nation peoples. Located on the rugged and remote west coast of Vancouver Island, we offer luxurious lodge accommodations, waterfront yurts and beachfront camping. We have nine timber lodges that were built to LEED Platinum standards using locally harvested red cedar. Each lodge is uniquely designed by a local carver and artist, and named for an animal of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht culture. The lodges come equipped with a full kitchenette, fireplace, bathroom, bedroom (1 or 2), cedar deck and chairs, and floor to ceiling windows that overlook Ucluth beach. Our beachfront yurts are open year-round and have private access to Wya beach. All come with a gas stove for heat, cedar deck and chairs, linens and basic kitchen essentials. While our yurts and lodges have daily housekeeping, guests are advised to bring their own potable drinking water and food.

Vancouver Island

Ucluelet

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Grape Escapes Wine Tours

Wineries

Wineries

Dare to enjoy our wine tours without dashes of pretentiousness or hints of snootiness. Grape Escapes believes that wine should be all about having fun and loving the taste. Simply drink the wine with something or someone you find delicious. We are the only wine-industry certified company touring Naramata Bench, Summerland, OK Falls, Oliver-Osoyoos, & the Similkameen based in Penticton. AWARDS: 2016 Luxury Travel Guide Global Wine Specialist of the Year Award 2015 Business Excellence Award as Best Hospitality/Tourism Business of the Year (Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce) 2015 Aboriginal Tourism Business of the Year (All Nations Trust) 2016/15/14 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award 2013 Best of the Okanagan Readers' Choice Awards (Okanagan Life Magazine) 2012 Business Excellence Award as Best New Business (Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce).

Thompson Okanagan

Penticton

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Spirit Ridge

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges, Spas, Wineries

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges, Spas, Wineries

A migratory destination and home of the Osoyoos Indian Band, the sacred land of Spirit Ridge has provided both physical and spiritual bounty for thousands of years. A breathtaking destination in Canada’s only desert, guests now travel here seeking an escape from the rigors of contemporary life. Hike along plentiful trails, wander through the award-winning NK'MIP vineyard, golf, stargaze, or simply close your eyes and breathe in the tranquilizing fragrance of desert sage. For whatever a guest wishes to find here, they will most certainly leave having found something most important – themselves.

Thompson Okanagan

Osoyoos

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Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges, Hot Springs

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges, Hot Springs

The Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort is a four season destination featuring contemporary Guest Rooms, the Ktunaxa Grill, Nasookin Room, and a well-stocked Retail/Gift Shop. This property offers a unique cave experience where soothing, hot mineral water surfaces from the earth creating a natural steam bath. Stalactites form in abundance inside the caves. The hot water flows into our main pool and is cooled to a comfortable body temperature, suitable for your whole family. Spring, Fall, Summer and Winter bring guests from around the world to enjoy the pleasures of the crisp, clean air and the calming mineral waters of the Ainsworth Hot Springs.

Kootenay Rockies

Ainsworth Hot Springs

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Nk'Mip Campground & RV Resort

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Thompson Okanagan

Osoyoos

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Best Western Tin Wis Resort

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges

Indigenous Culture, Hotels, Motels & Lodges

Given the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, the Best Western Tin Wis has made the difficult decision to close its doors until further notice. For those guests who are currently in-house, we will be allowing them to complete their vacations until Monday, March 23 at which point the hotel will be closed until further notice. Each day, a hotel representative will be contacting guests due to arrive within 2 weeks to cancel their travel plans until it is deemed safe to welcome guests back to the resort. Of course, if guests have booked a room that is non-refundable, the hotel will make an exception to this cancellation policy and refund in full. With 85 luxurious oceanfront rooms The Best Western Tin Wis Resort Hotel offers impressive Tofino accommodations. Relax on your private patio and enjoy a perfect summer sunset. Feel the pulse of a winter storm from the comfort of your cozy bed with a most breathtaking view. With a variety of rooms to choose from, our Tofino Resort Hotel is sure to have exactly what you're looking for.

Vancouver Island

Tofino

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