Aboriginal Tourism

BC Ferries to Restore Service Route in 2018

April 5, 2017

BC Ferries will restore the route between Port Hardy and Bella Coola in the summer of 2018. The cut to the service, which occurred in 2014, damaged the tourism industry in the area. 

Bright future awaits for First Nations ‘cultural tourism’

March 18, 2014

Squamish First Nation Chief Ian Campbell, wearing a cedar strip headdress and a sea shell-covered vest that makes clicking noises every time he moves, earned a standing ovation in Namibia, Africa, last fall for his passionate, no notes invitation to book an authentic aboriginal travel experience

Template: Harwood Campgrounds Business Plan - ASBN


Harwood Campground is a hypothetical on-reserve campground.  Any similarity to an existing or proposed campground is coincidental.


Principles and Policy for Tourism - Dena Kayeh Institute

Given the importance of tourism in the traditional territory, the [X] First Nation support the following set of guiding principles that have been identified by the ____ to aid with tourism development:


The Value of Aboriginal Tourism Backgrounder

Why Aboriginal Tourism Continues to Grow in British Columbia?