360° Journey to the Beginning of the World with the Makah Tribe
Olympic Coast has supported humans for thousands of years. Join Maria Parker Pascua of Makah Tribe as she provides insight to the longstanding relationship the Makah people have with the ocean. Take a breathtaking 360 virtual tour of Makah territory including Cape Flattery, known as the beginning of the world! Located on the Makah Indian Reservation, at the northwestern-most point in the lower 48 United States, Cape Flattery offers sweeping views of Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Tatoosh Island, and Cape Flattery Lighthouse. Makah people have protected and managed this important area for millennia. Today, the Makah Tribe works in collaboration with the sanctuary and other partners to enhance protection of the area's significant natural and cultural resources.
If you're on a desktop, click and drag to experience in 360 degrees, or pair your phone with your virtual reality headset. For the best viewing experience, watch the video in high-definition: click the gear symbol in the lower right corner, then select any of the HD options that pop up when you click "Quality."