Food & Wine, Restaurants & Eateries, Culinary & Wellness, Things To Do, Events, Wineries, Hotels, Motels, & Lodges, Resorts
This winter, support your local Indigenous restaurant and tuck in at home to menus that lift up locally-sourced, high-quality ingredients, and Indigenous culinary traditions.
Gift Shops, Art Galleries & Studios, Museums
Need a little pick-me-up? Self-care can take the form of new artwork to beautify your personal space, a set of sparkling earrings for your date night collection, a gift for a far-away friend, or an addition to your skincare ritual.
Bear Watching, Places to Go, Things To Do, Wildlife and Nature, Whale Watching, Wildlife Tours
Fall is a fantastic time for wildlife viewing on the west coast of British Columbia. Get closer to the wild than ever before with Indigenous hosts who always prioritize community and guest safety.
Outdoor Adventure, Places to Go, Things To Do, Golf, Wineries
Awe-inspiring Indigenous lands host the ideal conditions for the perfect pairing: golf and wine. Sip and swing your way from North Vancouver to Williams Lake at Indigenous-owned golf courses and wineries.
Restaurants & Eateries, Culinary & Wellness, Places to Go, Things To Do, Wineries
Top Indigenous eateries are now open with reduced seating to allow for social distancing. With the growing interest in immersive Indigenous tourism experiences and locally-sourced, wild-harvested food, Indigenous restaurants are on the rise.
Guided by generations of knowledge, deeply rooted in culture and land.
Powwows, Places to Go, Arts & Culture, Things To Do, Events, Music, Arts & Culture, Accommodation
Indigenous people have always gathered in celebration. While we are unable to gather physically this year, we can still connect in other ways.
Culinary & Wellness, Outdoor Adventure, Places to Go, Arts & Culture, Things To Do, Events, Wildlife and Nature, Accommodation, Transportation
We support those Indigenous communities and businesses who are open or are planning to receive visitors. We respect those who decide to remain closed for the safety of Indigenous communities, elders, children, knowledge keepers, and lands.
Learn more about Indigenous Culture in British Columbia.
Places to Go, Tour Operator, Things To Do, Accommodation, Transportation
This winter and spring, many of our favourite Indigenous tourism operators are open to welcome guests; others remain cautious or closed. #IndigenousBCLocal