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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

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

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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Salish Seaside RV Haven

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

Salish Seaside RV Haven is Western Canada's premier Motor Home park, located on a private peninsula right in the heart of Victoria's waterfront harbour. Proudly owned and operated by the Songhees First Nation and Esquimalt First Nation. The RV Haven is a total redesign and brand new rebuild of the former WestBay Village RV Park, completely new and modern. A majority of the sites are right on the water, commanding spectacular views in all directions. Big rig friendly, with 30 & 50 amp power, free WiFi, and a brand new amenities building featuring modern washrooms, showers, laundry room and a spectacular community room with a barbeque, decks and fireplace.

Vancouver Island

Victoria

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Roberts Roost RV Park

campgrounds & rv parks

campgrounds & rv parks

Executive Class RV Park Resort located on Dragon Lake, in beautiful Quesnel, British Columbia. Full service RV sites, Playground, Gardens, Natural area, Dock System, Boat Rentals, Fishing, Exceptional Wireless Internet throughout park. Two rental trailers, one being a park model (sleeps 4), the other being a full size single wide mobile home (sleeps 6). Winter availability with notice and a minimum of three nights.The Premier Destination Resort of the Cariboo. See you soon!

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Quesnel

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Thunderbird RV Park & Campground

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

Vancouver Island

Campbell River

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Spirit Bear Lodge

wildlife tours, resorts & wilderness lodges, indigenous culture

wildlife tours, resorts & wilderness lodges, indigenous culture

Experience an ancient culture, spectacular wildlife viewing, stunning landscapes and reconnect with nature. Immerse yourself in true wilderness on a grand scale, deep in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. Spirit Bear Lodge is Indigenous owned, offering exclusive access to wildlife viewing areas and cultural sites within the Kitasoo Xai'xais traditional territory.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Klemtu

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Spirit Ridge

indigenous culture, hotels, spas & wellness, wineries & wine tours

indigenous culture, hotels, spas & wellness, wineries & wine tours

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 Canadas 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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Best Western Tin Wis Resort

hotels, indigenous culture

hotels, indigenous culture

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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Tzoonie Wilderness Resort

spas & wellness, hiking, indigenous culture, biking, paddling, resorts & wilderness lodges

spas & wellness, hiking, indigenous culture, biking, paddling, resorts & wilderness lodges

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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Skwachays Lodge

hotels, shopping, art galleries, indigenous culture

hotels, shopping, art galleries, indigenous culture

Art, Culture, and Exceptional Hospitality! Canada's first Indigenous Arts Hotel, Skwachys Lodge, combines art and culture with exceptional hospitality. Eighteen one-of-a-kind guest suites, designed by local Aboriginal artists and Vancouver interior designers, tell stunning visual stories about First Nations culture and feature original artwork created by the participating artists. Centrally located in Vancouver's historic Gastown district, the hotel is surrounded by acclaimed restaurants and popular attractions, making it an ideal location for exploring the rest of the city. Offering the highest level of personalized service and premium in-suite amenities, Skwachys Lodge ensures guests enjoy a comfortable and memorable stay. At the street level, the Urban Aboriginal Fair Trade Gallery features Indigenous artwork, including original paintings, framed limited edition prints, jewelry, pottery, wood carvings, giftware, and so much more, purchasing most of its original work from local artists.

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Vancouver

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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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