The Klahoose Wilderness Resort’s second full season is over.
“We’re only open from May to the middle of October,” explained Chris Tait, the Tourism Manager.
As he reflected on this past season, one word that kept coming up is reconciliation.
“It’s 100% owned by the Klahoose First Nation. From the beginning, as we built the resort, that was front and center. We wanted all of our experiences at the Klahoose Wilderness Resort to reflect the traditions, reflect the culture. Part of that is a reconciliation piece, bringing people into the Klahoose territory. Making sure we have Klahoose First Nation guides leading those guests, whether they’re going on a boat tour through Toba Inlet – which is my background – or sharing their culture at the Klahoose Wilderness Resort.”Continue reading Klahoose Wilderness Resort: Tourism as a Vehicle for Reconciliation and Culture