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Our company is Indigenous-owned, with an economic and social purpose: to create meaningful careers for our people, and to help all Canadians take part in Reconciliation.

As a national full-service travel and tourism company, Indigeno offers both leisure and corporate travel services to Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients.

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Selected Tours from the Indigeno Travel Advisors

Discover Haida Gwaii

5 days, 4 nights

Discover the magic of the Islands. Immerse yourself in the living culture of the Haida: the beauty of old-growth forests, dramatic coastlines, expansive beaches, and a history rich in tradition.

From CA $4029 Financing Available

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Cycle Through Portugal’s Douro Wine Region

7 days, 6 nights

Your cycling holiday in the Douro Valley of Portugal will acquaint you with fascinating and magical surroundings, delicious cuisine and some of the world’s finest wines.

From US $1919 Financing Available

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Corporate.

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No matter your travel needs, our experts are ready to organize every detail, saving you time and money, and ensuring that you receive a custom travel solution that best suits you. You can expect corporate discounts, 24/7 customer support, even a mobile app for booking, tracking expenses and managing invoices.

Truth & Reconcilation Partnerships.

By placing your corporate travel with Indigeno Travel you are demonstrating your company’s commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action 92 (for Reconciliation through business).

Become an Indigeno Truth & Reconciliation Partner and stand with us as a leading voice for Reconciliation, as proud to display our logo on your corporate-branded material as we will be to display yours.

Hear from Our Experts.

So You Have 48 Hours in: Montreal

Jan 17, 2023 / pmccallum

Restaurants! Montreal is overflowing with amazing eateries, making it hard to narrow it down (especially in 48 hours!) but we’ll name-drop a few worth visiting. Poutine is one of the quintessential French Canadian dishes, originating in Quebec in the 1950’s. La Banquise (994 Rue …

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Trends in Travel for 2023

Dec 29, 2022 / pmccallum

Meaningful Travel & Indigenous Tourism Sometimes going on a trip is not just about sightseeing or checking off a list of attractions, but about having an authentic experience that helps to broaden your horizons and connect with people, places, and cultures. One of the …

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Our 2023 Travel List

Nov 24, 2022 / pmccallum

Here’s to exploring new places, new experiences and meeting new people. Cheers to 2023! While southern parts of the country receive six to eight hours of daylight, many northern regions see no full sunrise for all of December. This may seem unappealing to some …

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