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Alberta’s First Nations and Métis peoples grasp the delicate balance of preserving traditional culture in a modern world through a rich Indigenous heritage. From the prairies in the south, the badlands, to the foothills and mountains plus the northern boreal forest, Alberta’s Indigenous people share their culture through many tourism experiences.

Membership Info

ITAC is excited to have an incredible partnership with Indigenous Tourism Alberta (ITA). Working together, the two organizations are furthering the progress of the Indigenous tourism industry in Alberta and are providing Indigenous tourism operators with greater access to marketing, development and partnership opportunities.

ITA members now receive a complimentary ITAC membership with benefits including:

  • Access to development grants
  • Subsidies to attend trade shows
  • Business listings in our Indigenous Tourism Guide and website
  • Coverage on ITAC’s social media channels
  • and more…

Become a Member!

Businesses located in Alberta should reach out directly to Indigenous Tourism Alberta (ITA) to apply for membership. All ITA Stakeholders are eligible for free ITAC membership. Some businesses may also qualify for a free Marketing Upgrade.

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For more information please contact:

Indigenous Tourism Alberta

ITA Membership Contact Info@IndigenousTourismAlberta.ca

ITAC Partnerships in Alberta

Indigenous Tourism Alberta

Indigenous Tourism Alberta (ITA) is a non-profit member-based organization devoted to help grow and promote authentic, sustainable and culturally rich Indigenous tourism experiences to share with the world.

Travel Alberta

Travel Alberta is the destination management organization of the Government of Alberta. Travel Alberta promotes Alberta as a desirable place to travel, live, work, play, invest and learn.

Government of Alberta

The Alberta government is working with organizations such as Indigenous Tourism Alberta and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada to develop supports for Indigenous tourism entrepreneurs in Alberta.