COVID-19 in Indian Country
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nevada) is pleased that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has suspended the coronavirus testing requirement for international travelers.
Catherine Cortez Masto

The Havasupai Tribe has extended the suspension of tourism until June 1, 2022, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Havasu Falls

“With the signing of this legislation, our Navajo People and businesses within the Navajo Nation boundary can now pick themselves up, recover, and get back on the road,” said Council Delegate Paul Begay.

“We want our people to remain self-sufficient and self-sustaining,” said Navajo Nation Council Delegate Paul Begay.
Window Rock and Veterans Memorial Tribal Park

The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association has announced the keynote lineup for its annual American Indian Tourism Conference, which is scheduled for September 14-18, 2020.

New programs have the potential to provide needed resources to tribal enterprises and businesses across sectors, including the hard hit tourism sector.

Cultural tourism not only creates and grows new businesses and jobs, it can also help to strengthen and preserve local traditions, customs, language, and culture.