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KIIIN Open May 21-September 18 2022

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DISCOVER KIIIN


Kiiin is the only known traditional First Nations village remaining on the west coast of southern B.C., with significant standing house remains. It is commemorated as a National Historic Site. Visitors are invited to hike the trail to Kiiin, while exploring Vancouver Island’s pristine rainforest, beautiful protected beaches, and significant standing house remains. Along the way, guests will learn much of Huu-ay-aht’s knowledge and history, as well as Indigenous culture in the region.


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THE KIIIN TOUR


Kiiin is the only known traditional First Nations village remaining on the west coast of southern B.C., with significant standing house remains. It is commemorated as a National Historic Site. Visitors are invited to hike the trail to Kiiin, while exploring Vancouver Island’s pristine rainforest, beautiful protected beaches, and significant standing house remains. Along the way, guests will learn much of Huu-ay-aht’s knowledge and history, as well as Indigenous culture in the region.


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GETTING TO BAMFIELD

Visitors can reach KIIIN Village by vehicle, floatplane, or boat.

 

Drivers are encouraged to prepare for the journey by filling up their tanks with gas and carrying water, snacks and necessities. The road leading to Bamfield – the town in which Kiiin Village is located – is remote, and roads can be narrow and winding. Alternatively, visitors can travel from Vancouver International Airport or Port Alberni to Bamfield via Pacific Seaplanes.

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Kiixin Tours is an initiative by the Huu-Ay-Aht First Nations in partnership with a variety of public and private organizations.
 

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