The Huu-ay-aht Work to Build Cultural Tourism Destination in British Columbia

The Huu-ay-aht are offering tours of Kixiin, a village they used to occupy before they were driven out by a neighboring tribe. This land is described by the Huu-ay-aht as only known undisturbed, standing remains of traditional longhouses on the South Coast of B.C. The nation has placed the village of Kixiin at the center of a cultural tourism plan to show resilience. Their hope is to draw members back home to connect with the land and their culture.

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