Native Adventures, LLC

We change lives through shared experiences. Our program provides educational experiences through immersion and interaction with diverse cultural environments and ecosystems. We cultivate inspiration and health in communities.

Our program provides educational experiences through immersion and interaction with diverse cultural environments and ecosystems. Through the integration of recreational activities, experiential education, leadership, and cultural awareness we cultivate inspiration and health in communities.

We strive to bring adventure to every Native American community one reservation at a time.

Mission: “We believe in cultivating inspiration and health in communities by providing a gateway to the natural world and outdoor recreation while emphasizing on leadership, culture, education, and personal discovery.”

Proud of Lynnette Smith for hiking the Camino de Santiago Trail! On the coast of death/ End of the world Muxia Spain!!!! The 500 mile journey.

Years of planning, she forged her way and hiked for 40 days to complete a dream. Never stop chasing your dreams.

#nativesdventures #caminodeSantiago #nativewomen

By placing one foot in front of the other, is how mountains are climbed!

#nevergiveup

A beautiful hike in the Sand Canyon outside Cortez, CO.

#nativesdventures #hiking #colorado

Be ambitious! and learn to let yourself fly
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#quotestoliveby #paragliding #nativeadventures #beinspired #ambition #adventuretheworld

Proud to announce Native Adventures will soon be offering yoga classes and workshops to our adventure list. Yoga in the mountains here we come!

Kristen Parker and Steven Leash both have their 200 hr teacher certifications! They are working diligently to offer amazing classes, workshops, and personalized one on one trainings.

#backcountyyoga #inspiration

Javier Martinez representing! #cahuilla

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[03/11/19]   "Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints"
-Chief Seattle

#NativeAmericanphilosophy!

[03/10/19]   To give a brief update. Native Adventures will be running limited trips for the year of 2019, but is building a greater program for 2020! Keep active and enjoy life!

Don't forget to stop by this Thursday at the Cahuilla Tribal Hall between 10 am and 3 pm for our Resume Workshop. We can all use a second look with our resumes!

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Democrat Deb Haaland’s win in New Mexico is historic

Congratulation to Deb Haaland for getting into Congress. A 1st Nation-Native American representative!

vox.com Haaland is one of the first Native American women elected to Congress.

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Driven by Trump Policy Changes, Fracking Booms on Public Lands

In these unfortunate times, we are slowly watching our public lands in the West become eroded. Here is a great article to keep you up to date!
Millions of acres are being auctioned off to big oil and gas companies who are obtaining leasing permits to drill for oil and gas, permits that can be held indefinitely.

nytimes.com The administration is auctioning off millions of acres of drilling rights and rolling back regulations, raising environmental concerns in states like Wyoming.

As kids we love spending time outdoors with friends and family. But over time we tend to lose that connection due to a variety of reasons.
Today, we encourage you to spend time with a friend or family member outside. A small walk or sit in silence to reflect, will rejuvenate you and remind you the importance of meaningful relationships.
"Imagine, Create, Live Your Life"

Anthony Smith, our cultural director is an exemplified leader that demonstrates resilience by triumphing adversity and the continuity of forging a path of cultural empowerment and leadership in our tribal communities.

"It would be an honor to bring my knowledge, leadership, and Native traditional ways to help provide alternative pathways for our youth"

Our tribe of adventurers are so strong! Hope you all are keeping active and training for the next adventure.

Madi's life lessons!

Tolerance for adversity and uncertainty can be found in all realms of the natural world and within us!

It's not about conquering a mountain or other natural features, it's about being intimate with the natural world and returning to your roots!

Currently, my favorite sport is mtn. biking, and surprisingly Iowa has some decent trails! What is your favorite outdoor activity?

Where are you when you are representing our amazing community?
Jason Kohles at Saint Mary's Glacier, Colorado!

July Tahquitz Peak Hike

An unforgettable experience playing outdoors with my fellow tribe of adventurers. I have been emotionally affected and conflicted with the burning fires that have devastated our lands these past weeks by man-made disasters. I am SO GRATEFUL to have had the opportunity to share these sacred and ancient lands with you on this trip. Take advantage of every opportunity to see the beauty of the natural world before its gone!

A big appreciation to the Drake Hatchery for augmenting Native Adventures! Appreciate all the delicous food and intellectual insight.

Everybody's doing their thing!

August surf and paddle board coming up next!

A big appreciation to Dyami Williams for stepping up as leader and helping Madi lead the crew to the top of Cahuilla mountain!

Those who think they can and those who think they can't are both right. Today we will only thought we could. Way to go team!
@ Tahquitz Peak

Our mother is calling and we must return.

Tahquitz Peak here we come!

What a wonderful day witnessing Native Adventures come to fruition. Thank you Cahuilla & Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians for your support.

Such an amazing day hiking with a tribe of adventurers!

About to send it!

Getting ready to hike up Cahuilla Mountain. First official trip!

Fresh new shirts. Get yours this weekend!

Getting ready for the big day tomorrow. Huge appreciation to Madi Lewis for coming all the way out from Colorado to help guide our expedtion tomorrow!

#native.adventures #hikingmountains

Benjamin Leash and I scouted Tahquitz Peak yesterday. A beautiful day spent in the San Jacinto mountains. We depart Sunday as a tribe of adventurers and there a 2 spots left. Come join us!

Such a beautiful creature!

Come see the views for yourself this Sunday!

Tahquitz Peak reconnaissance. Not too late to sign up!

He may have been in the sun for too long.
The future guides and leaders of Native Adventures!

#crazyrezboys

They said they want to hike that mountain!

Getting ready to go hiking this weekend and what better way to open brand new Osprey Packs!

#nativeadventures

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Tahquitz Peak Day Hike July 22

One of the biggest learning experiences I have been through is DOUBT. The weight of self-doubt is astronomical and is a barrier to fulfillment and achievement. Do not doubt yourself and join us this Sunday.

nativeadventures.com Overview: This evergreen forest is surrounded by giant granite rock formations protruding from the earth, making it a world-class destination for rock climbers. This mountain is filled with adventurous activities. The famous Pacific Crest Trail runs through this mountain range along with several oth...

[07/16/18]   What are people's plans this weekend?

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Our Story

We are a tribe of adventurers banded together to motivate and inspire communities through the powers of nature while providing experiential education through outdoor recreation. Our team is comprised of individuals from diverse backgrounds that emphasize on bringing cultural awareness to more communities.

We are inspired and honored to bring you to the secrets of the canyons and solitude peace of the desert, to sublime heights of the mountains and mysterious depths of the oceans, to faraway lands beyond and inner voyages within us - we walk this journey together. We aim to strengthen the bond between people and the natural world, for our ancestors, our people, and our children.

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19820 Lugo Rd
Aguanga, CA
92536

General information

Where are we located? On the Cahuilla Reservation, outside Temecula in Riverside County.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
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