It’s common for Canadians to venture abroad when vacation time rolls around. Despite the numerous locations around the world to choose from, domestic travel is often neglected. We Canadians seem to forget how beautiful, diverse, rich and full of adventure our own country is! Sure, the West Coast has become increasingly popular, but what about Saskatchewan? If you’ve been on the hunt for your next vacation destination and love to support local, Indigenous businesses, you’ll want to get a trip booked at Dakota Dunes Resort in Saskatchewan. The Resort was recently awarded the Indigenous Tourism Experience Award at the 2023 Hospitality Saskatchewan Tourism Awards.
Dakota Dunes Resort
It’s time to explore Canada! We know everyone likes to say they’ve visited Canada after a trip to Toronto and Vancouver but what about the rest of the country? We’re more than those two beloved cities! If you want a unique experience and love to support local, Indigenous-owned businesses, it’s time to book a stay at the gorgeous Dakota Dunes Resort. After recently being awarded the prestigious Indigenous Tourism Experience Award at the 2023 Hospitality Saskatchewan Tourism Awards, now is the perfect time to discover this amazing hotel.
The annual Hospitality Saskatchewan Tourism Awards take place to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions to the province’s tourism industry. Nominees in various categories represent a diverse range of individuals, places, businesses, organizations, and events that consistently provide exceptional tourism experiences for both visitors and residents.
Located in Whitecap, Saskatchewan, Dakota Dunes Resort is committed to delivering rich and immersive cultural experiences for tourists looking for an authentic visit. Connection with the heritage and traditions of the Whitecap Dakota Nation is what you’ll experience with a trip to the Resort. The hotel’s architecture is inspired by the four elements and brings the area’s rich history and culture to life.
“We are deeply honoured to receive the Indigenous Tourism Experience Award from Hospitality Saskatchewan,” said Vijendra Singh, General Manager, of Dakota Dunes Resort. “Dakota Dunes Resort has long been committed to providing guests with an authentic Indigenous cultural experience, and this award reaffirms our dedication to sharing the rich heritage of the Whitecap Dakota Nation through our special brand of hospitality and our unique cultural adventures.”
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