Indigenous People are the original innovators and land keepers, expert at responding to changes in the natural and human environment. 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 the Indigenous cultures and natural beauty of British Columbia’s six diverse regions from the comfort of your home. Whale watch on the Salish Sea or witness grizzlies gorging on new spring growth in the Great Bear Rainforest with video tours. Learn to weave with cedar live on social media or listen to audio files of songs and stories. Celebrate our connection to nature and each other without leaving your laptop.
Indigenous Tourism BC invites knowledge and adventure seekers to connect to Indigenous cultures and communities online with virtual tours and vacations.
For now, we pause, stay in, and dream of later. But take notes–firsthand adventure is on its way.
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) in Whistler is a space of sharing and learning, and their team takes pride in welcoming guests from all over the world to connect with their Squamish and Lil’wat Ambassadors. While their doors may be temporarily closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, their hearts remain open and eager to continue to share their cultures with you. The following online resources share their two distinct cultures through audio, video, and hands-on activities. All can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.Learn MOre