Journey through the Indigenous lands of Canada

Visit nearby Indigenous tourism experiences

Airbnb and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada have partnered together to showcase exciting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Cultural sites and tourism experiences. Immerse yourself in 15,000 years of Culture, Tradition, food, and history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada — all on your doorstep.

Airbnb and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada have partnered together to showcase exciting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Cultural sites and tourism experiences. Immerse yourself in 15,000 years of Culture, Tradition, food, and history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada — all on your doorstep.

Ontario: Meet the First Nations of Manitoulin Island

Take a trip to the world’s largest freshwater lake island and learn more about the fascinating history and living Culture of Manitoulin Island’s six Anishinaabe First Nations communities. Marvel at the beauty of Bridal Veil Falls, visit the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, and learn the rich history of the M’Chigeeng, Sheguiandah, Sheshegwaning, Aundeck Omni Kaning, Wiikwemkoong and Zhiibaahaasing People.
Take a trip to the world’s largest freshwater lake island and learn more about the fascinating history and living Culture of Manitoulin Island’s six Anishinaabe First Nations communities. Marvel at the beauty of Bridal Veil Falls, visit the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, and learn the rich history of the M’Chigeeng, Sheguiandah, Sheshegwaning, Aundeck Omni Kaning, Wiikwemkoong and Zhiibaahaasing People.

Ontario: Meet the First Nations of Manitoulin Island

Take a trip to the world’s largest freshwater lake island and learn more about the fascinating history and living Culture of Manitoulin Island’s six Anishinaabe First Nations communities. Marvel at the beauty of Bridal Veil Falls, visit the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, and learn the rich history of the M’Chigeeng, Sheguiandah, Sheshegwaning, Aundeck Omni Kaning, Wiikwemkoong and Zhiibaahaasing People.
Take a trip to the world’s largest freshwater lake island and learn more about the fascinating history and living Culture of Manitoulin Island’s six Anishinaabe First Nations communities. Marvel at the beauty of Bridal Veil Falls, visit the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, and learn the rich history of the M’Chigeeng, Sheguiandah, Sheshegwaning, Aundeck Omni Kaning, Wiikwemkoong and Zhiibaahaasing People.

Québec: Meet the Huron-Wendat Nation in Québec City

Just 15 minutes away from Québec City, explore Wendake, home to the Huron-Wendat People. Hear stories of how this Nation left its mark on Canadian history. Feel inspired by thriving Huron-Wendat Culture, cuisine and art in this welcoming community surrounded by Québec’s beautiful forest and rivers.
Just 15 minutes away from Québec City, explore Wendake, home to the Huron-Wendat People. Hear stories of how this Nation left its mark on Canadian history. Feel inspired by thriving Huron-Wendat Culture, cuisine and art in this welcoming community surrounded by Québec’s beautiful forest and rivers.

Québec: Meet the Huron-Wendat Nation in Québec City

Just 15 minutes away from Québec City, explore Wendake, home to the Huron-Wendat People. Hear stories of how this Nation left its mark on Canadian history. Feel inspired by thriving Huron-Wendat Culture, cuisine and art in this welcoming community surrounded by Québec’s beautiful forest and rivers.
Just 15 minutes away from Québec City, explore Wendake, home to the Huron-Wendat People. Hear stories of how this Nation left its mark on Canadian history. Feel inspired by thriving Huron-Wendat Culture, cuisine and art in this welcoming community surrounded by Québec’s beautiful forest and rivers.

British Columbia: Visit the Shuswap or Secwepemc People of Kamloops

Experience one of the many Traditional Territories of the Secwepemc or Shuswap People in Kamloops, British Columbia. Paddle a canoe down Kamloops lake with a knowledgeable guide and experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the region and its storied Indigenous heritage and Culture.
Experience one of the many Traditional Territories of the Secwepemc or Shuswap People in Kamloops, British Columbia. Paddle a canoe down Kamloops lake with a knowledgeable guide and experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the region and its storied Indigenous heritage and Culture.

British Columbia: Visit the Shuswap or Secwepemc People of Kamloops

Experience one of the many Traditional Territories of the Secwepemc or Shuswap People in Kamloops, British Columbia. Paddle a canoe down Kamloops lake with a knowledgeable guide and experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the region and its storied Indigenous heritage and Culture.
Experience one of the many Traditional Territories of the Secwepemc or Shuswap People in Kamloops, British Columbia. Paddle a canoe down Kamloops lake with a knowledgeable guide and experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the region and its storied Indigenous heritage and Culture.

Meet Experience host Candace

Candace and her husband, members of the Shishalh and Squamish indigenous communities, host Airbnb Experiences in Vancouver. The couple lead two walking tours through Stanley Park highlighting the stories, traditions, and day-to-day life of early indigenous people in the region. “We see ourselves as cultural ambassadors,” says Candace. “We want people to understand that we are the land and the land is us. So when people refer to their home, they may refer to a dwelling, but for our people our home is the region, the forest, the ocean, the dwellings where we live. We are all connected.”
Candace and her husband, members of the Shishalh and Squamish indigenous communities, host Airbnb Experiences in Vancouver. The couple lead two walking tours through Stanley Park highlighting the stories, traditions, and day-to-day life of early indigenous people in the region. “We see ourselves as cultural ambassadors,” says Candace. “We want people to understand that we are the land and the land is us. So when people refer to their home, they may refer to a dwelling, but for our people our home is the region, the forest, the ocean, the dwellings where we live. We are all connected.”

Meet Experience host Candace

Candace and her husband, members of the Shishalh and Squamish indigenous communities, host Airbnb Experiences in Vancouver. The couple lead two walking tours through Stanley Park highlighting the stories, traditions, and day-to-day life of early indigenous people in the region. “We see ourselves as cultural ambassadors,” says Candace. “We want people to understand that we are the land and the land is us. So when people refer to their home, they may refer to a dwelling, but for our people our home is the region, the forest, the ocean, the dwellings where we live. We are all connected.”
Candace and her husband, members of the Shishalh and Squamish indigenous communities, host Airbnb Experiences in Vancouver. The couple lead two walking tours through Stanley Park highlighting the stories, traditions, and day-to-day life of early indigenous people in the region. “We see ourselves as cultural ambassadors,” says Candace. “We want people to understand that we are the land and the land is us. So when people refer to their home, they may refer to a dwelling, but for our people our home is the region, the forest, the ocean, the dwellings where we live. We are all connected.”

Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada

Airbnb is proud to partner with the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada to showcase and support businesses and attractions owned and operated by Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Visit these communities and enjoy truly unique travel experiences and tours.

Airbnb is proud to partner with the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada to showcase and support businesses and attractions owned and operated by Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Visit these communities and enjoy truly unique travel experiences and tours.