The 2025 International Indigenous Tourism Conference will be held in Montreal, Quebec, from February 25 to 27, 2025.


Kwe, welcome to the official website of the 2025 International Indigenous Tourism Conference!

#2025IITC is thrilled to invite you to the unceded Territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Huron/Wendat, Abenaki, and Anishinaabeg  in Montréal, Québec, from February 25 to 27, 2025, for the world’s largest Indigenous Tourism Conference. IITC is a gathering of industry professionals, community leaders, entrepreneurs, and partners dedicated to promoting and celebrating the vibrant world of Indigenous tourism. The purpose is to showcase the diverse cultures, traditions, and tourism experiences offered by Indigenous communities in Canada and beyond.

Three Days of Inspiration

The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is carefully curating an enriching program that reflects the richness and uniqueness of Indigenous tourism experiences. The conference will be a platform for knowledge exchange, networking, and collaboration, empowering attendees to drive positive change and growth within the Indigenous tourism sector.


Local Indigenous Cultural Tours

Cultural tours will provide immersive experiences, enabling delegates to explore the rich heritage, traditions, and customs of Indigenous communities. Led by knowledgeable Indigenous tourism operators, delegates have the opportunity to engage in interactive activities, hear captivating stories and more.

Indigenous Tourism Awards Gala

The gala shines a spotlight on the transformative power of Indigenous tourism. And every year, this inspiring event not only acknowledges the accomplishments of local and national Indigenous tourism operators but also serves as a platform to elevate and promote Indigenous culture, heritage, and economic development. 

Breakout Sessions

Each session delves into unique aspects of Indigenous tourism, inspiring delegates through sessions that are impactful for Indigenous led-businesses and partners and allies who support Indigenous tourism in Canada and beyond.

The agenda will be released at a later date.