The World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA) and Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council (WAITOC) have joined together to offer you a unique gathering in the country of the Whadjuk Noongar traditional owners, Perth (Boorloo).
Indigenous tourism is a fundamental part of the Western Australian Government’s plan for a robust and resilient tourism industry that creates jobs and economic wealth across urban and regional communities.
The Summit will be an enriching experience where participants can impart and gain knowledge of the vital interdependence among tourism, community, and earth stewardship.
Speakers and delegates will discuss the role Indigenous values and wisdom can play in building a kind of tourism better equipped to survive in the future, asserting Indigenous rights in our home countries, and nurturing a growing awareness of the need to unite and engage in the equitable development of Indigenous economies.
The summit carries a promise of fellowship and the sharing of strong commitment to improving the well-being of Indigenous societies and sacred Mother Earth through tourism.
Previous Summits have included an exciting line up of speakers presenting on the latest trends with the tourism industry and this one promise to be an event not to be missed.
To find out more about the event and to register your attendance follow the link here: WITS 2023 Website & Registration
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