Experience Indigenous adventure
Rich in history and culture, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast has been home to Indigenous peoples for millennia. If you’re travelling the Gold Rush Trail route, make a stop at Tuckkwiowhum, near Boston Bar, to experience traditional Nlaka’pamux village life and see a subterranean pit house, summer lodges, smoke house and replicas of pictographs found in Nlaka’pamux territory.
Xatśūll Heritage Village, on the banks of the mighty Fraser River, offers a glimpse into the Secwepemc Nation and their traditional way of life, with accommodation in pit houses, traditional food, and the chance to take part in a sweat house ceremony. Xwisten Experience Tours, near Lillooet, brings visitors to the Bridge River Fishing Grounds of the St’át’imc People to learn more about the traditional wind-dried method of preserving salmon, and to enjoy a feast at the Barefoot Grill.