Bundle Up Together With Our Authentic Collection of Aboriginal Experiences
Today’s traveler is searching for relevant, interactive and meaningful experiences. Alberta has much to offer the world with our Aboriginal heritage with room to grow and prosper in showcasing 10,000 years of traditions and culture.
Existing travel opportunities abound: Wander the vast bluffs of Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a site that is older than Stonehenge and the famed pyramids of Egypt. Munch on bannock and tour the colourful tipis at the Calgary Stampede Indian Village, or take in a pow-wow in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains.
Stroll the jagged hills and look for ancient petroglyphs at Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park in the province’s deep south. Immerse yourself in the unique and thriving Metis culture at the new Metis Crossing Interpretive Village near Edmonton.
Drive the winter ice road to the historic fur-trading hamlet of Fort Chipewyan, Alberta’s oldest continually settled community on the fringe of northern Alberta’s Wood Buffalo National Park.