Campbell River, British Columbia, June, 2016. Legacy Tourism Group and their executive team is collaborating with BC First Nations on Tourism Concept Development Plans for spectacular remote tourism locations within the Province.

Ahousaht First Nation – Hot Springs Cove
Completed the first phase of a tourism concept development for Hot Springs Cove. The hereditary chiefs have now asked the Legacy Tourism Group to assist on developing a new site master plan, including a Holistic Healing Centre and tourism development for their recently acquired property at Matsquiaht.

Yunesit’in First Nation – Taseko Lake.
The first phase of a tourism concept development is underway for the Yunesit’in territory around Taseko Lake. John, Rod, Jim and Bill were recently on-site (June 10 – 14, 2016) for the requisite site evaluation and activity investigation in this expansive wilderness in the Chilcotin area of central British Columbia.

Lake Babine First Nations – Lake Babine
The Legacy Tourism Group have completed the first phase of a tourism concept development and presented this to the LBN leadership in early June. The Lake Babine Nation leadership is now reviewing the second phase work for approval, including the detailed business planning for three distinct tourism businesses. Lake Babine is the longest, natural freshwater Lake in British Columbia and is a spectacular area that includes the largest annual sockeye run in the world as well as one of the most famous rainbow trout fisheries in the world at “Rainbow Alley”.

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