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Indigenous culture of British Columbia

Indigenous Historic Sites

Heritage discovery often starts with native tour guides leading guests to visit a few historically and culturally significant places. In British Columbia, most indigenous groups serve as quintessential starting points for learning further about ancient cultures.  There are many fascinating points of interest within the province alone to pay a visit, such as historic villages, traditional fishing spots, imposing totem poles, and forest...

Outdoor Escapade

Outdoor activities for indigenous people might be routine for them and from our point of view, but it's also a manner for them to impart those encounters with modern folks. For contemporary society, outdoor adventure is both a physical and spiritual rejuvenation. Surprisingly, several aboriginal communities in British Columbia today convey the charm of their traditional turfs in modern ways. Now you can play on primmed golf courses and revel in...

Native Food and Wellness

Fine dining and wellness in British Columbia allow visitors a few opportunities to experience simple indigenous ways. It's all thanks to the locals' close, lifelong relationship with the land and their subsequent gift of providing ethnic sensory stimulations, which serve as the essence of such one-of-a-kind experiences. You have the choice to sip homegrown wine on sage-filled desert hills, have a bite of native dishes at award-winning diners, or...

Art Galleries and Cultural Museums

Nothing provides a more life-changing experience during travels than learning the aboriginal culture of a particular locale. In British Columbia, though, the indigenous scene is unique because native artifacts and discoveries are brought to life by its colorfully diverse art galleries and cultural centers or museums throughout the province.  Below you'll see some of the most recognized arts and culture experience providers in BC, suitable for...