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Connecting local Indigenous cultures with the travel industry to help inspire, create, and support authentic, meaningful adventure travel experiences.

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WINTA Mourns the Passing of Chairman Ben Sherman


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Itinerant Intercultural Indigenous Tourism School


Sustainable Indigenous Tourism Practices Conference 2023

Sustainable Indigenous Tourism Practices


Guided by the Six Principles of the Larrakia Declaration

  • Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Custodian of the Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference
  • Advocacy
  • Reporting
  • Strategic Destination Consultation
  • Policy Research
  • Tourism Conferences and Workshops
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Investing in Indigenous Tourism May be Key to Regenerative Future

An article by By Emily Trostel that explores how Indigenous tourism can benefit both destinations and travelers. It shares the insights of Ben Sherman, a leader of WINTA, and the example of Canada, where Indigenous tourism is thriving. It also emphasizes the need for more research and data to support Indigenous tourism development.

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Culturally Sensitive Tourism in the Arctic

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Indigenous Human Rights

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on Thursday, September 13, 2007 – after more than two decades in the making. Since then, the global consensus around the Declaration has been reaffirmed at several occasions, and it became the foundation for the development of the Larrakia Declaration on the Development of Indigenous Tourism.

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