Travel Destinations and Reservation Tours

(Note: For a listing of museums and historical/archaeological sites, please visit the Museums and Historical Sites category in the Community Resources Section.)


American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association, Inc. (AIANTA)

AIANTA is the only organization specifically dedicated to advancing Indian Country tourism across the United States, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association, serves as the voice and resource for tribes and tribal organizations engaged in cultural tourism. The organization helps tribes develop, sustain and grow tourism destinations through technical assistance, training and educational resources.

500 Nations

This site is a curated, State-by-State database and contains information about Native travel destinations across the country. Some highlights are linked below.

CNN Travel (Best Places for Native American Culture)

This article has a list of 13 popular Native sites throughout the United States with detailed descriptions for each location.

Trail of Tears

This National Park Service site offers an interactive map which includes various historical, educational, and cultural locations along the infamous route.

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Reservation Tours:

A number of reservations promote tourism, however not all publicize the opportunity. Here is a short, partial list of well-known tribes that offer tours:

Navajo Nation

Wind River Reservation

Hopi Indian Reservation

Wupatki Pueblo

Cherokee Nation

Iroquois Confederacy

Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

Alabama Coushatta Indian Reservation

Oneida Nation

(Editor’s Note: For a listing of tribes, please visit the List of Federally Recognized Tribes category in our Community Resources Section to inquire about local tourism.)