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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.

Staying Safe as a Female Solo Traveller

Mar 01, 2022 / Indigeno Team

There’s solo travel advice and then there’s solo travel advice for women — in very many circumstances, these two lists intersect quite often. Everyone should upload their travel plans, ticket numbers, passport pictures etc, to a Dropbox, Google Drive or other cloud-based service. Everyone …

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Horunnumnay (Lake of The Little Fishes)

Feb 02, 2022 / Indigeno Team

Lake Louise is said to be one of the most photographed places in Canada, even the world – and once you visit, you understand why. The turquoise hued water is due to glacial melt that trickles down to the lake, depositing rock flour. The …

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Snowhotel Kirkenes, Norway

Nov 25, 2021 / Indigeno Team

WRITTEN BY SHAUNA COOK Living in Winnipeg, we are surrounded by ice and snow throughout the Canadian winter months. While some locals prefer a vacation that takes them away from the cold, others embrace the kind of experience that can only happen in frigid …

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