AIANTA Town Hall Series
Join AIANTA in a lively discussion about the state of the tourism industry. AIANTA CEO Sherry L. Rupert (Paiute/Washoe) and Board President Emerson Vallo (Pueblo of Acoma) will lead a two-way conversation among tourism professionals and industry stakeholders, including some of its major initiatives. Tribal tourism representatives are also encouraged to attend and share their programs as well.
From the AIANTA Blog
AIANTA is seeking a graphic designer to design an original, 100-page Cultural Heritage Tourism Guidebook (CHTG),
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association is seeking a graphic designer to design an original, 8-page AIANTA Annual Report, which will showcase AIANTA’s successful programming for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.
O me'a"kwa: A Time for Recovery(I'm going to travel over there, Northern Paiute)Ha muh (how are you?), I hope this newsletter finds you healthy, happy and eagerly planning for the future. I’m thrilled by a recent report from the CDC that nearly one third of the...
How to Leave No Trace When Visiting Indigenous LandsMonument Valley Tribal ParkPhoto Credit: National Park ServiceLocated in the Navajo Nation on the border of Arizona and Utah, Monument Valley Tribal Park, boasting sandstone masterpieces framed by the clouds, is one...
Artisans & TourismThere are many different motivations for travelers when choosing their next vacation destination. Some travel for food, some culture or landscape and some for art. According to a study by Americans for the Arts, 35.3 million adults say that an...
Tuesday May 25, 2021; 10 a.m. MDT
More than 200 years ago, Captain Merriweather Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark set out on a three-year journey to map the western portion of the United States and to expand trade with Indian tribes along the route.
Planning for Change in Uncertain Times: Multiple Scenario Planning for Tribal TourismSusan Guyette Ph.DIn uncertain times, tribal tourism planners need a framework that allows for quickly evaluating their programming and, if necessary, redirecting to adapt. Projecting...
Case Studies in Tribal Agritourism was created to serve as an inspiration for Native American and indigenous farmers, ranchers and other food producers interested in expanding their agricultural operations to include visitor components.
Indian Country Tourism Anticipates Tourism Increase for 2021Nearly 70% of respondents believe tourism to Indian Country will increase somewhat or greatly in the coming year, according to AIANTA’s State of Indian Country Tourism survey.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE...
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