The BCROA members recognize they operate on unceded traditional Indigenous Territory throughout the province. We thank the Indigenous Peoples of BC for the opportunity to explore and learn together on their territory. It’s important to us that travelers will be able to enjoy the wilderness, wildlife, archaeological and cultural resources of BC far into the future. We hope to achieve this by being mindful of our surroundings and minimizing our impact on the natural and cultural landscape.
BCROA Members acknowledge and respect the Indigenous people of BC’s concerns regarding visitors potential impact on cultural and archeological sites throughout British Columbia. Operators work with the province and Indigenous peoples to identify and lessen impacts through the Archeological Impact assessment process.
This means special care will be taken while visiting areas of cultural significance including:
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The BCROA acknowledges and respects the Indigenous Peoples of BC’s concerns regarding visitors to cultural and archaeological sites throughout British Columbia. Operators work with the province and Indigenous peoples to identify and lessen impacts through the AIS process.
Special care will be taken by everyone present while operating and visiting in areas of known cultural significance, such as:
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We understand that seeing wildlife is exciting and often a part of your trip. BCROA members strive to create a memorable experience for you while minimizing the intrusion and extent of disturbance for the animals. We make sure that guests are educated when it comes to the proper behaviour and expectations when viewing wildlife.
Guests will learn the following: