One of the most well-known aspects of Canadian First Nations’ culture is that the country’s Aboriginal peoples have always considered themselves – and acted as – caretakers of Mother Earth. That strong relationship and spiritual connection with the land guided their values, communities and lifestyles throughout uncounted generations and thousands of years.

Today, in addition to continuing to use their ancestral lands for traditional and sustainable hunting and fishing, British Columbia’s Aboriginal people now welcome visitors and guests to share in authentic cultural tourism experiences, exploring ancient ways of life and wisdom, and finding a better understanding of how to live in harmony with the environment.

Here are our Top BC Aboriginal Land Adventures: