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Native writers tell all when it comes to traveling on native lands, traveling as a native person, and advice on respecting and preserving the culture. The following native peoples are represented: Lakota, Hidatasa, Hawaiian, Chichimeca, Tlaxcalteca, First Nations Nehiyawak (Cree), Gwich’in, Māori, Y’upik (Eskimo), Mexica, Cherokee, Nüümü (Paiute), San Carlos Apache, and Diné (Navajo).

Things To Keep In Mind Traveling Native Lands by Cali Wolf
Native American Oscar Dress Designer Explains Native American Fashion And Pow-wow Participation Etiquette by Red Berry Woman
What You Need To Know Before Traveling To Hawai'i by Corey Kaiahua-Fleming
Travel To Hawaii-Wedding
Facts About Hawai'i That You Never Knew by Ka'ala Kaio
Indigenous Mexican-Water
Visit Mexico And Discover My Indigenous Roots by Italia
Disturbing Facts That Will Change Your Mind About Canada by Michaella Shannon
Yup'ik Eskimo Woman Breaks Down What It Is To Be A Medicine Woman By Angute’karaq
Native Vegan-Flower
Mexica-Cherokee Ethnobotanist Explains Foraging From The Land You Travel On By Brenda Tumbaga
Native-White Sands
How To Honor The Native American Population While Traveling America by Tazbah Rose Chavez
How Much Native-Self Portrait
How Much Native Are You? And Other Offensive Things Not To Ask by Corinne Oestreich
Things You Need To Know About Māori Before Traveling To New Zealand by Catherine Nesus
Traveling While Indigenous-Tania Larsson
Everything You Need To Know About Traveling To The Arctic And Supporting Indigenous Artists by Tania Larsson
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How To Travel Across The Grand Canyon And Navajo Nation Respectfully by Ashii Iigaii