The Bella Coola Valley, a gem of natural beauty within the Central Coast of British Columbia. Wilderness abounds and beckons nature fans and soft adventurers who want to log off the well-trod visitor course. Moreover it has an alluring history: the First Nations Nuxalk men and women (pronounced Nu-hawk) date back once again 10,000 many years. The Valley boasts a temperate environment that encompasses the Coast Mountains, crystalline streams and inland regions. The Bella Coola Valley lies on head of a 100 km (60mi) inlet through the exterior Pacific Ocean and so has less rain than the exterior shore region.
The Bella Coola Indians say the soul is a bird enclosed in an egg and lives in the nape of the neck.