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Indigenous-owned accommodations in BC welcome you to take rest or host your event in meaningful spaces that celebrate Indigenous culture and community. A variety of comfortable and unique Indigenous accommodation options provide amenities and styles to suit all tastes. Wedding ceremonies, business meetings, and peaceful sleep at oceanfront lodges, luxury tents, rustic yurts, boutique city hotels, and unique bed and breakfasts. Easy access to world-class hiking and wildlife viewing, shopping and dining, spa services and leisure experiences.

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Witset (Moricetown) RV Park & Campground

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

The newly redeveloped 40-site Witset RV Park & Campground (formerly known as Moricetown) stands on a plateau surrounded by snow-capped mountains, overlooking the beautiful Widzin Kwah Canyon and conveniently located on the popular Yellowhead Highway 16 circle tour route to Alaska. We are now proudly the first accessible campground in British Columbia

Northern British Columbia

Moricetown

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Ocean House at Tlaga Gawtlaas

indigenous culture, hotels, resorts & wilderness lodges

indigenous culture, hotels, resorts & wilderness lodges

Reopening at a new land-based location, Ocean House offers boutique accommodations overlooking a protected bay near the village of Old Massett. The peaceful and visually-stunning setting offers guests convenient access to Naikoon Provincial Park, as well as the many Haida arts and culture experiences available in Masset and the neighbouring communities. A dining room featuring gourmet tide-to-table cuisine, and a rejuvenating Haida-inspired spa, complete with treatment rooms, cedar sauna, steam room and fitness centre, enhance the guest experience.

Northern British Columbia

Moresby Island

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Klahoose Wilderness Resort

indigenous culture, cabins & cottages, resorts & wilderness lodges, paddling, wildlife tours

indigenous culture, cabins & cottages, resorts & wilderness lodges, paddling, wildlife tours

Welcome to Klahoose Wilderness Resort, British Columbias newest Indigenous cultural experience. Opened in 2021, an authentic off-the-grid eco-resort. A resort that is 100% Indigenous owned and reflects the Klahoose First Nations traditional values, offers an immersive exploration into this pristine region rich in diverse wildlife, wilderness, and cultural significance. Located within the heart of Desolation Sound, Klahoose Wilderness Resort resides upon Homfray Channel between the Coast Mountain peaks of British Columbias Sunshine Coast and the Northern Islands of the Salish Sea known to many as Desolation Sound. Newly arrived guests join together on the lodges verandah where they welcomed with a traditional Klahoose greeting. Worries instantly disappear as osprey call across the Sound, the vision of an Orcas distinct dorsal fin breaks the waters surface, and the ocean breeze wafts through the surrounding conifer forest. Klahoose Wilderness Resort provides an intimate, worry-free experience for families, couples, and individuals who wish to escape into a glorious natural environment, home to a set of the most biodiverse ecosystems on our planet. A visitors day fills with adventures, transformational experiences that may include watching Grizzly bears fishing for salmon, kayaking beside a pod of porpoises, and forest hikes into an ancient western red cedar grove. Given its seclusion, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is surprisingly accessible. Guests from Vancouver, Seattle, Vancouver Island, and beyond can travel via air (from Vancouver its a 35 minute scheduled flight to Powell River or 1 hour charter seaplane direct to our dock), by car and ferry (half day drive), or boat (45 minutes from Lund to the Resort) to convenient boat shuttle departure sites in Lund on the Sunshine Coast and Campbell River on Vancouver Island. Desolation Sound has been referred as the Serengeti of North America for good reason, given its abundance of large marine and terrestrial mammals. Orca and humpback whales, porpoises, harbour seals, and dolphins can be seen throughout the year. Bald eagles, osprey, and great blue herons are just three of dozens of avian species that reside in this region. Clams, oysters, crab, spotted prawns, and other shellfish, as well as all five salmon species, form the base diet for these wild species as well as in the indigenous tradition for guests at the lodge. Inlets of the Desolation Sound are famous for one of the most robust populations of grizzlies in the world. Klahoose First Nation also owns and operates the grizzly bear viewing tours, seasonal and wild bear tour observations located in remote Toba Inlet located just 40 minutes by boat from the resort. Natural exploration anchors the foundation of the lodges activities. Indigenous guides lead guests on nature and cultural excursions in one of the largest temperate rainforests on earth, and nearby Cortes Island where reside the Klahoose community. Sea kayakers, stand-up paddle borders and intrepid swimmers take advantage of the warm calm waters of the Homfray Channel. Helicopter Tours including heli-hiking, heli-paddle, heli-fly-fishing and glacier walks can also be arranged upon request. Fishing charters are also available. The resort has something to offer for travelers of all ages and interests. The spectacular Lodge at Klahoose Wilderness Resort provides an intimate environment, a 6,100-square foot timber structure hewn of local cedar. Four spacious guest rooms in the main lodge and 3 separate cedar cabins can accommodate an average 14 guests to maximum capacity of 26 guests. The Resort is ideal for private groups and multi-generation family gateway or special occasion such as a small wedding. Each guest room and cabin is tastefully decorated with indigenous artwork from surrounding coastal communities and common space conveys breathtakingly beautiful vistas of Desolation Sound. Guests come together for morning coffee and, after another exceptional day, gather again for evening cocktails from the wraparound deck as the setting sun illuminates the Homfray Channel. Every morning in Desolation Sound an astounding diversity of wildlife awakens to forage, nest, and explore their pristine habitat. For a precious few days from mid-august to mid-October guests are invited within this sublime environment to observe grizzly bears in their natural habitat. Klahoose Wilderness Resort: where the days are filled with a gentle quiet, voices of nature, ancient forests, and culture. Specializing in 3 and 4 night all inclusive wilderness, grizzly bear viewing and cultural packages. From the moment we welcome you to our home we look after every detail.

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Powell River

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Nemiah Valley Lodge

indigenous culture, cabins & cottages, dining & culinary tours, paddling, fishing

indigenous culture, cabins & cottages, dining & culinary tours, paddling, fishing

Experience the culture and beauty of Tsilhqot'in Title Lands with the Xeni Gwet'in people in Nemiah Valley. All-inclusive stays include hiking, kayaking, and daily cultural programs like beading, baby-basket making demonstrations, traditional laws, and cultural practices. Meals prepared by a Red Seal Indigenous Chef using traditional foods and produce grown on-site. Solar-powered, newly renovated cabins 3 hours from Williams Lake. Floatplane transfers from Vancouver or Whistler can be arranged or shuttle transfer from Williams Lake Airport. These are the only Supreme Court recognized Indigenous Title Lands in Canada and the Xeni Gwet'in people welcome you to experience the beauty of their home and their living culture.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Nemaiah Valley

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Kwa'lilas Hotel

indigenous culture, hotels

indigenous culture, hotels

The Kwalilas Hotel (meaning a place to sleep) is a premier First Nations four-star destination hotel located on the North Island. The hotel features 85 guestrooms plus meeting space to accommodate up to 150 people. A curated selection of authentic local Aboriginal art can be found throughout the hotel celebrating local traditions, stories and culture. Hotel guests can also choose to participate in a selection of eco-adventure tours and cultural experiences guided by community members and local experts.

Vancouver Island

Port Hardy

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House of Himwitsa Native Art Gallery

hotels, indigenous culture

hotels, indigenous culture

Himwitsa Lodge is located in the downtown core of Tofino, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada, near the end of Trans Canada Highway. Tofino is a beautiful rural town that is situated in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve as well as the United Nations World Biosphere Reserve. During peak season, the small town of Tofino boasts tourists from all over the world, hence the recommendation of reserving an accommodation in Tofino for your stay. The Himwitsa lodging in Tofino, presents great location, fabulous breathtaking sunset views over Vargas Island and great rates! We have 4 suites available that suits every need to relax and enjoy the town of Tofino; whether you're on your honeymoon, a weekend getaway in Tofino or traveling with family! We have three studio styled suites that have a 180 degree view, and two apartment styled suites have a 90 degree view that overlooks the bustling harbor of Tofino. Moreover, four suites come with an outdoor hot tub on a private balcony! All rooms are equipped with a full bathroom, kitchenettes, satellite TV, free wifi and parking. On the edge of the West Coast in Tofino, Himwitsa Lodge is only minutes away from all the local shops, Tonquin Beach, tours for hot springs cove, whale watching, bear watching, kayaking and surfing. Don't want to waste travel time? Fly in from Vancouver, BC via seaplane and land right next to us!

Vancouver Island

Tofino

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Big Bar Guest Ranch

paddling, fishing, horseback riding & ranches, indigenous culture, resorts & wilderness lodges

paddling, fishing, horseback riding & ranches, indigenous culture, resorts & wilderness lodges

Big Bar Guest Ranch is proudly owned by Stswecemc Xgattem First Nation (SXFN), a community located in a semi-remote area on the the Fraser River, approximately 85 kilometers southwest of Williams Lake. Once two distinct bands, Canoe Creek (Stswecemc) and Dog Creek (Xgattem), our two Secwepemc communities joined together in the late 1800s. We honour our separate histories and our coming together. In the 1860s, more than 10,000 people traversed the Caribou Wagon Roadin search of a new life, land to raise cattle, or a gold strike. Harry Marriott, an immigrant from England, started working for the notorious Gang Ranch, one the largest ranch in Canada. Marriot acquired smaller ranches and land parcels, eventually consolidating them into the O.K Ranching Company, with access over 200,000 acres of cattle country and wilderness. Marriott partnered with his friend and Vancouver banker, George S Harrison and sectioned off 100 acres of their mutual land acquisition for his personal use. This was the beginning of Big Bar Guest Ranch. Much is unchanged since the Harrison family used Big Bar Ranch as their family retreat. The original family home, "The Harrison House", built in 1936 with logs and stone hewn and selected from the property, continues to provide a cozy retreat for guests on holiday relaxing in the great room in front of the fire place, or playing a cowboy song on the guitar in the music room. Big Bar guests have access to the original acreage of the OK Cattle Company, and can venture out across unspoiled pasture lands and forests. What has changed is that Big Bar Guest Ranch is now a part of our shared community vision of becoming an economically and politically self-sustaining community living Secwepemc culture, language, and traditions in a healthy and safe environment. Stswecemc Xgattem First Nation invites you to Big Bar Guest Ranch to experience the dramatic landscape of traditional SXFN Territory: interlocking valleys and plateaus, situated between bold and snow topped mountain ranges. It is our honour to share history as the original inhabitants of this land and welcome you to life on the ranch.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Jesmond

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Lasqueti Island Hotel, Pub & Restaurant

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hotels, indigenous culture

Vancouver Island

Lasqueti Island

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Arctic Divide Lodge

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hotels

Welcome to the beginning of your Dease Lake adventure! The Arctic Divide is a truly unique, inviting lodge accommodation located in the heart of Dease Lake British Columbia, along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway. We are locally owned and operated, and are rated #1 on Trip Advisor. We put every effort into maintaining that high rank by establishing a memorable experience for all of our guests. We have a passion to promote sustainable tourism in this remote wilderness region, and have brought the wilderness right to your room with custom-designed and hand-crafted nature-themed rooms! Enjoy a quiet and cozy sleep in our organic and handmade quilted bedding, a bath with our locally made soaps and clean air from special cleaning system to ensure COVID-19 health protocols are exceeded! Wake up to our raved-about coffee and good morning atmosphere! And an added treat; a lovely pet-friendly walking trail through our forested property! We aim to have you leave rested and full of positive energy for your travels!

Northern British Columbia

Dease Lake

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Cheam Fishing Village and Campground

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campgrounds & rv parks

42 Camping/RV sites with power and water. Best sturgeon and Salmon fishing in B.C. Boat Launch, On site staff and security, Private and family friendly, Free Sani dump within 4km, Pack in & pack out garbage, Pets welcome, Hiking trails, Family activities within 10km waterslides, waterparks, shopping, gym

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Agassiz

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