Indigenous Tourism Experiences in Canada

Did you know that Indigenous tourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors in Canada’s tourism industry? 

Some examples in Quebec 


Discover Nibiischii, meaning “Land of Water,” a breathtaking wildlife preserve of boreal forests, lakes and rivers near Mistissini. Managed by the Cree Nation, anglers and adventurers can stay in campsites, floating cabins or a prospector's camp.



Step into traditionally crafted mukluks and moccasins by the artisans at Atikkus Hopeboots. The company from the Innu community of Uashat Mak Mani-utenam won Company of the Year at the Indigenous Tourism Québec awards.


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