The TAKOZA Tipi Camp was established in the year 2000 and was inspired by the Haywahe family. The intention was to create an understanding of the traditional first nation history and culture that was passed down through the generations. The camp tipis, set in historical fashion, is situated in the rolling hills of Carry the Kettle First Nation, 24 kilometers northwest of Indian Head, Saskatchewan nestled in the beautiful Qu'Appelle Valley, just south of Katepwa Lake.
TAKOZA has a vision that through mutual respect for cultural diversity
and understanding, we can make the world we live in a better place for our grandchildren and those
yet unborn by defining our path in life through improved individual effort and self-exploration. The change
from within enhances our worldview.
'Our actions yesterday are history - our actions today are our future.' .