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Entrée Destinations Recognizes that the Demand is High for Indigenous Experiences in Canada


Canadian Travel leader unveils a new collection of authentic Indigenous experiences supported through a partnership with the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada

In partnership with the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC), Canadian travel leader Entrée Destinations is rolling out a collection of authentic Indigenous experiences aimed at educating and inspiring its guests.

The Entrée Destinations team is excited to share the deep and complex history of Indigenous people in Canada. Each of the itineraries showcases a mix of exhilarating adventures and cultural experiences for the Entrée Destinations clientele touring Canada.

Entrée Destinations is a leader in luxury travel, providing bespoke holidays for discerning clientele. Marketing to ‘A’ list celebrities, corporate moguls, and even royalty, guests of Entrée Destinations receive meticulously planned and customized journeys, designed by a veteran industry professional and executed around the clock by their seasoned operations team based in Canada.

There are more than 1.4 million Indigenous people in Canada, which includes First Nations, Metis, and Inuit. Though many reside in towns and cities across the country, there are more than 630 Indigenous communities across the nation to call home. Indigenous leaders, elders, and Chiefs have kept at least 60 languages in use to this day, and an enormous variety of rich cultural traditions that form the basis of the national identity. With their knowledge, Aboriginal partners have made it possible for Entrée Destinations to create incredible adventures.

About the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada
The Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) works to improve the socio-economic condition of Aboriginal people through the provisions of economic development advisory services, tourism conferences, capacity development training and workshops, industry research, and information for Aboriginal tourism operators and communities within the 13 regions; 10 provinces and three territories of Canada. ATAC develops relationships with other groups and regions with similar mandates, uniting the Aboriginal tourism industry in Canada and works to enable collective support, product development, promotion and marketing of authentic Aboriginal cultural tourism businesses in a respectful protocol. The ATAC Board is made up of Aboriginal tourism industry representatives from each of the provinces and territories.

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