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AITC Registration Open

AITC Registration Open

Registration Now Open for 24th Annual American Indian Tourism ConferenceAITC, scheduled for October 24-27 at Harrah’s Resort Southern California is organized by the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and will be held on the tribal homelands of the...

O me’a”kwa: Celebrating Three Years

O me’a”kwa: Celebrating Three Years(I’m going to travel over there, Northern Paiute)Photo: CEO Sherry Rupert pictured with AIANTA Vice President Travis Owens // (c) Sherry L. RupertDear members, partners and friends, Ha muh (how are you?) As I reach out to you this...

AIANTA Seeks Native Hosts for AITC

AIANTA Seeks Native Hosts for 2024, 2025 AITCAIANTA requests proposals for upcoming 2024, 2025 American Indian Tourism Conferences ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (May 13, 2022) – The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is seeking proposals from...

Support AIANTA NATIVE Act Funding

Support AIANTA NATIVE Act Funding

Download the AIANTA Impact Report now.AIANTA Needs Your SupportThe hospitality industry is an incredibly important one for the American economy, supporting 9.5 million American jobs and accounting for nearly 3 percent of the entire GDP (at pre-pandemic levels)....

O me’a”kwa: AIANTA Impact

O me’a”kwa: AIANTA Impact(I’m going to travel over there, Northern Paiute)Photo: Fellow US Travel Association Board Members Fred Dixon, President & CEO, NYC & Company and Paige Shepherd, Director of Corporate Development and Tourism, Chickasaw Nation // (c)...

O me’a”kwa: Tamano mah ni

O me’a”kwa: Tamano mah ni

Tamano mah ni (It’s springtime now, Northern Paiute) is a time of growth and renewal. It is the season for cherry blossoms, maple syrup, Easter eggs, and yes, finally, a return to Spring Break travel.

AIANTA & SMS Research Cement Research Agreement

AIANTA & SMS Research Cement Research Agreement

AIANTA & SMS Research Cement Agreement to Conduct Comprehensive Tourism Planning StudyHonolulu-based SMS Research will conduct a comprehensive tourism study in partnership with AIANTA, with results to be reported to the Department of the Interior and the...

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Education & Training

Technical assistance and training is the heartbeat of our work at AIANTA. We provide general and tailored technical assistance, training and education in a variety of ways.

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International Outreach

AIANTA plays a critical role in supporting the National Travel and Tourism Strategy to bring more visitors to the United States, especially in our participation at trade shows internationally and domestically, to promote tourism in Indian Country.

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Through AIANTA membership, tribes, the tourism industry and other partners form a dynamic network of shared experiences, resources and support.

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