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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

Polar Bears at Tundra Buggy Lodge, Churchill

5 days, 4 nights

Churchill adventure at the Tundra Buggy® Lodge. You will explore Churchill, enjoy daily Tundra Buggy® excursions, exploring the tundra terrain and viewing the polar bears and other incredible wildlife.

From CA $6249

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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.

The Story of Moccasin Trails

Sep 28, 2021 / Indigeno Team

Here at Indigeno Travel, we have developed a meaningful relationship with Indigenous-owned tourism company Moccasin Trails. Located in the Okanagan region of British Columbia, owners Frank Antoine & Greg Hopf founded Moccasin Trails six years ago. They have built the company into an award …

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What Orange Shirt Day Means to Me

Sep 27, 2021 / pmccallum

In June, 2021, September 30 was declared a statutory holiday by Canada’s federal government, The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It coincides with the previously established Orange Shirt Day, a time to reflect on the impact of colonization and, specifically, residential schools to …

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Iceland’s Explosive Volcanoes

Sep 25, 2021 / Indigeno Team

WRITTEN BY LOIS FARLEY You’ve probably heard of Iceland being referred to as “The Land of Fire and Ice”. It is, without question, an island of extraordinary, natural beauty and attractions like the volcanoes and glaciers that inspired its moniker; stunning waterfalls; caves made of lava and …

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