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Native American communities are working hard to support thriving cultures and sustainable communities for future generations.    “We owe it to our children to make these investments and conservation efforts a priority today, so that tomorrow they may better know, understand and appreciate our iconic and historic treasures…” — Bill John Baker Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation…

AIANTA : Aiutaci ad amplifcare le voci tribali


Native American communities are working hard to support thriving cultures and sustainable communities for future generations.    “We owe it to our children to make these investments and conservation efforts a priority today, so that tomorrow they may better know, understand and appreciate our iconic and historic treasures…” — Bill John Baker Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation…

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U.S. Department of Energy’s Conducts its 2018 Office of Indian Energy Program Review December 10-14, 2018 Lakewood, Colorado Hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Indian Energy, this annual Program Review provides the opportunity for Indian tribes to meet, learn from other Indian tribes that are pursuing energy self-sufficiency, and share in…

AIANTA: Explore Southwestern Tribal Culture at AITC


Mobile Workshops When attendees gather for the nation’s only conference on tribal tourism, they will also have the opportunity to explore some of the Southwest’s most notable tribal tourism destinations. Join the Poeh Cultural Center in an exploration of the Puye Cliff Dwellings, a National Historic Landmark and home to the ancestors of today’s Santa Clara Pueblo…

AIANTA:Expand your Tribal Tourism Credentials


oin Us for a Tailored 6-Course Certificate Program   Establish Yourself as a Tribal Tourism Leader   Sign Up For the Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Tourism The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA), in partnership with George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies, is pleased to announce the return of our online…

La American Indian Tourism Conference ti aspetta


Register Today! The 20th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference Albuquerque, NM | Isleta Resort Casino | AITC2018.com The American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) is the only national conference on tourism in Indian Country. Are you ready to jump into tourism, grow your tourism business, make invaluable industry connections, or just learn more about the tourism…

AIANTA newsletter marzo 2018


Monthly Roundup: March 2018 Your resource for all things Indian Country tourism Visit Our Blog Industry News A Profile of the American Family Traveler In the tourism industry, numbers and data prove invaluable. The data – numbers of visitors, types of visitors, spending patterns and more – collected throughout the industry is the evidence we…

AIANTA’s Winter Newsletter is Here!


Continuing Outreach: AIANTA Brings Indian Country’s Diversity to the European Market AIANTA, with Tribal partners from Arizona, Oklahoma and Washington, head to Italy and Germany   As international travel and tourism continues to hold its place as the largest service export in the United States, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) along with…

AIANTA’s Winter Newsletter is Here!


Continuing Outreach: AIANTA Brings Indian Country’s Diversity to the European Market AIANTA, with Tribal partners from Arizona, Oklahoma and Washington, head to Italy and Germany   As international travel and tourism continues to hold its place as the largest service export in the United States, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) along with…

AIANTA : Destination Indian Country: Monthly Roundup


Monthly Roundup: January 2018 Your resource for all things Indian Country tourism Visit Our Blog Industry News Second Annual Go International Training a Success in Albuquerque More than 40 participants from around the country attended AIANTA’s Second Annual Go International two-day training in Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 22-23, 2018. Tribal tourism professionals, industry representatives and…

AIANTA: There is still time to give in 2017


Native American communities are working hard to ensure the next generation holds their culture in their hearts and in their hands. Tribal Elders are teaching the next generation the ways of their ancestors.    Indigenous Nations in traditional habitats have stewardship over some of America’s last best places.  Their cultures, which preserve these places, provide us with…

AIANTA Newsletter Dicembre 2017


Monthly Roundup: December 2017 Your resource for all things Indian Country tourism Visit Our Blog Happy Holidays from AIANTA The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association office will be closed for the holidays from December 22nd, 2017 until January 2nd, 2018.  The AIANTA team is taking a few days off to spend time with family…