The Sunshine Coast region is home to the traditional, unceded, and ancestral territories of the skwxwú7mesh, shíshálh, Tla’amin, Klahoose, and Homalco Nations. We honour the Indigenous peoples in British Columbia and the Sunshine Coast as the knowledge keepers of this beautiful land and its inhabitants.  Travellers to the Sunshine Coast are encouraged to practice responsible travel, with the keeping that travel is a privilege, not a right.  Learn more about how to travel responsibly in and around Indigenous communities.

Indigenous Experiences

Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Indigenous-owned, luxury off-grid eco resort in Desolation Sound offering an immersive experience that includes grizzly bear viewing tours.

101 Bar & Grill

Fresh, local-inspired slow-style food at the Lund Resort at Kla ah Men. Open May-September.

Talaysay Tours

Authentic Indigenous cultural and eco-tourism experiences including walking and kayaking tours

tems swiya Museum

Home to an extensive and growing collection of artifacts and cultural materials belonging to the shíshálh Nation

Aboriginal & Eco Tours

Local booking tool to connect you with tours, products, and services from local Indigenous operators.

Coast Raven Design Studio

View and shop the local art studio of Coast Salish woodcarving artist Artie George

Indigenous BC Trip Planner App

Explore more of BC with the app. Search for experiences, accommodations, and businesses. Save your favourites to create your own custom itinerary, then use the interactive map to find attractions.

Learn More

Talking Trees with Candace Campo
Learn about a traditional salmon BBQ with the Tla’amin Nation
Learn about the Syiyaya Reconciliation Movement
Learn about wuχoθɛn – Fish Traps in Tla’amin territory
Hear Tla’amin elders share memories from ʔəms gɩǰɛ – Our Lands