AIANTA Member Benefits

Network with the hospitality industry, partner with industry leaders, promote your attractions, amplify your voice and stay informed


AIANTA Member Benefits Include:

  • Gain recognition as a leader in the travel, tourism and recreation industry.
  • Enjoy reduced registration rates at the American Indigenous Tourism Conference (AITC) and other events.
  • Eligible to participate in trade shows — Go West, IPW and more — alongside AIANTA.
  • Enhanced listings on with a red marker on the map and priority listing on the preview panel.
  • Eligible to receive AIANTA’s annual Excellence in Tourism Industry Awards.
  • Eligible for AIANTA’s Top Ten Destinations and other promotions used at trade shows and conventions.
  • Exclusive participation in Familiarization (FAM) Tours for international tour operators and media.
  • Elect AIANTA leadership and provide guidance for AIANTA’s programs and direction.
  • Keep up-to-date with indigenous tourism and recreation news and opportunities.
  • Receive notices of funding, training, scholarships and promotional opportunities.
  • Participate in exciting regional projects and technical assistance opportunities, like Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, California Trail, Pacific Northwest Trail and Nez Perce Trail projects.
  • Support advocacy efforts in Washington, D.C. to increase tribal tourism infrastructure and program funding.
  • Tribal and business members can use the AIANTA logo on their websites and promotion.
  • Receive an exclusively designed thumb drive.

Your support helps AIANTA fulfill its mission to define, introduce, grow and sustain American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian tourism in a way that honors traditions and values.

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

Native American Agriculture Fund

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

Bureau of Land Management

National Endowment of the Arts

National Park Service

United States Forest Service