Picture taken at dusk off the shore line driving up the Olympic Peninsula on highway 112 towards Neah Bay. The eagle picture dubbed in over water. The eagle picture taken in Sequim, WA.

Native American Footprints is a division of American Indian Tours, LLC located at the base of the Olympic Mountain range in the Pacific Northwest of Washington, United States.

Our mission is to enrich the lives of travelers as well as the villages they visit. Native American Footprints is a tour company specializing in cultural tours and retreats.

Our intention is to guide, provide proper protocol and make available a unique, memorable experience of the people, land and the food of the Pacific Northwest.

The intention of Native American Footprints is not to tell the story of the Native people; Our purpose is to bring interested visitors to the tribes so they may tell their own story.

Welcome to Indian Country.

Linda Silvas

Linda is holding a 20 in. buffalo drum she made for a Michael Robinson and painted the head of a golden eagle on it.

Linda Silvas was born and raised in San Diego, California. Her heritage is the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation which is located along the southern California coast. Linda has lived in the Pacific Northwest since 1987 where she built her log home and studio at the base of the Olympic Mountains. It is in this beautiful setting that she writes books, creates a personal line of drums, artwork, and conducts drum making workshops. Linda is a weaver and creator of the pine needle hat. She is an actor and Native American Coordinator for Bluewood Films.

Linda is Author and publisher of "Mama Bear Baby Bear", International Speaker on substance abuse, and motivational speaker for "Me Woman"

In 2009 she created Native American Footprints as a venue for the tribes to share their story with you. She is well regarded for her strong commitment to keeping the Native way alive.

Jim Loughran

Picture of James Loughran was taken durning a photo shoot in the mountains next to an abandoned hunters shack during a snow storm.

Native American Footprints is honored that Jim Loughran, renowned professional photographer, has joined our circle to share his skills and knowledge. Jim is internationally recognized and published and has for the past 20 years focused on wildlife and nature as his main subjects. Jim finds that the Pacific Northwest with its spectacular scenery and abundant animal life, is the perfect location to work the magic of his art. His love for beauty and well-mastered skills have enabled him to capture many of those once-in-a-lifetime photos that have made him so famous.

taken by Jim Loughran in a remote area after a brief snow storm with a dozen bald eagles sitting in trees and one eagle flying towards him.

Jim will be available as our staff photographer and to capture our guests memories along thier journey. Please visit his site at the link below for more information, and to see some of his amazing photography.


Native American Footprints