Overseas Travelers to Indian Country
In 2018, nearly five percent of the 40 million overseas visitors to the United States reported visiting an American Indian community (VAIC).
These VAIC travelers are known to stay longer in the U.S. than the average overseas traveler, visit more destinations and spend more money.
Native American visitor destinations not incorporating overseas marketing in their business plans risk missing out on a lucrative customer segment.
Why Attend Go International?
Designed to help tribal tourism businesses find success in the international marketplace, Go International features expert speakers and hands-on presentations that will guide tribal enterprises in conceptualizing and developing their tourism product(s) and promoting them to international travelers.
January 27 – 28, 2020 ♦ Albuquerque, New Mexico
Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque
125 Second Street NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
To receive the negotiated AIANTA rate, reservations must be made by Jan. 10, 2020 at 5 p.m. Please use the discount code “AINTA” when calling in your reservation or click here to reserve your room.
Which international markets are right for your Tribe?
How to develop an itinerary that international visitors can’t wait to experience.
Will your product be successful? Learn how to ask your existing customers what they think.
Plan Your Pitch
Break into small groups and work with other Tribes to perfect your sales pitch.
Correctly pricing your product is one of the most important roads to success in the tourism industry.
Define your target market and develop a marketing plan to match.
Present your product to industry experts and get ideas on next steps.