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Find connections to the land, the people, and to something bigger than yourself. Explore ancient coastal villages with an Indigenous guide, learn about traditional plant medicines and healing techniques in nature, and more.

Everything is Connected

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This summer, experience Indigenous cultures and explore our interconnectedness. Visit museums and cultural centres, enjoy authentic cuisine, book a guided tour, and spend the night in an Indigenous-owned accommodation.

Listen to the stories, close your eyes and feel the music, open your heart and mind to thousands of years of knowledge and wisdom, and you will see that everything truly is connected.

Note that while some communities are ready to welcome British Columbians with open arms, others have chosen to remain closed to visitors for now. Please respect the wishes of each community.

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ROOFTOP PURIFICATION AND INDIGENOUS ROSE: 48 HOURS IN VANCOUVER

Experience the art, culture, food, and natural wonder of Vancouver from an Indigenous perspective as a guest on the traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

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WHALES, BEARS, CITIES, AND NATURE – ESCAPE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND

Explore the traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the lively, now-urban centres of Victoria and Vancouver, as you visit with and learn from Indigenous hosts along your journey.

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SOUTH OKANAGAN WINE & CULTURAL GETAWAY

Discover some of the finest vineyards in Canada, and learn about the Indigenous peoples of this area, the NLaka’pamux, Syilx, and Secwepemc Nations, each with distinct cultures and traditions.

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48 HOURS AROUND KAMLOOPS: CANOE JOURNEY, SECWEPEMC HISTORY, AND RESORT RELAXATION

Visit Secwepemc hosts in and around Kamloops, and enjoy experiences on the traditional waterways of Secwepemc’ulecw, including the South Thompson River.

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Connect With Indigenous Culture in the Kootenay Rockies

The name “Kootenays” is derived from the Ktunaxa people who have inhabited this land for generations. Enrich your travels through the region by visiting Indigenous-owned heritage centres, restaurants, resorts, and more.

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FIND YOURSELF AT QUAAOUT LODGE

The Quaaout Lodge, located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake just northeast of Chase BC, is a state-of-the-art resort owned and operated by the Little Shuswap Indian Band of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nation.

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ROOFTOP PURIFICATION AND INDIGENOUS ROSE: 48 HOURS IN VANCOUVER

Experience the art, culture, food, and natural wonder of Vancouver from an Indigenous perspective as a guest on the traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

Learn More

WHALES, BEARS, CITIES, AND NATURE – ESCAPE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND

Explore the traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the lively, now-urban centres of Victoria and Vancouver, as you visit with and learn from Indigenous hosts along your journey.

Learn More

SOUTH OKANAGAN WINE & CULTURAL GETAWAY

Discover some of the finest vineyards in Canada, and learn about the Indigenous peoples of this area, the NLaka’pamux, Syilx, and Secwepemc Nations, each with distinct cultures and traditions.

Learn More

48 HOURS AROUND KAMLOOPS: CANOE JOURNEY, SECWEPEMC HISTORY, AND RESORT RELAXATION

Visit Secwepemc hosts in and around Kamloops, and enjoy experiences on the traditional waterways of Secwepemc’ulecw, including the South Thompson River.

Learn More

Connect With Indigenous Culture in the Kootenay Rockies

The name “Kootenays” is derived from the Ktunaxa people who have inhabited this land for generations. Enrich your travels through the region by visiting Indigenous-owned heritage centres, restaurants, resorts, and more.

Learn More

FIND YOURSELF AT QUAAOUT LODGE

The Quaaout Lodge, located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake just northeast of Chase BC, is a state-of-the-art resort owned and operated by the Little Shuswap Indian Band of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nation.

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