Latest Adventure Travel Trade Association Travel News

At the crux of the agreement are precedent-setting initiatives dedicated to enhancing the understanding of and professionalization of the global adventure travel sector.
For the sixth year in a row, Mexico commits to adventure travel as a model for sustainable tourism growth through a strategic partnership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA,
This September, the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) debuted its new, intensive familiarization (FAM) concept, AdventureWeek, with destination partner Chile. The intensive adventure FAM, combined with a matchmaking program, brought together a specially curated group of qualified buyers, storytelling team and select media on an extended itinerary to Chile’s Patagonia region.
The ATTA, a trade organization for tour operators, travel agents, tour suppliers, industry partners and tourism boards, has more than 900 members representing 90 countries worldwide.
Ireland has won the bid to serve as host to the Adventure Travel Trade Association's 2014 Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS), the adventure tourism industry's marquee annual executive gathering, between October 6-9 in Killarney.
Growth in the adventure travel market has accelerated at a 65 percent yearly rate since 2009 according to the newly released Adventure Tourism Market Study – a consumer report by The George Washington University (GW) conducted in partnership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA).
The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA ) unveiled a new, progressive travel advisor membership program meant to attract professionals specializing in selling adventure travel destinations and activities to further strengthen the global adventure tourism network.
Setting precedent for the global adventure tourism sector, the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) today has released a Values Statement — a new prerequisite of membership in the near 900-member global community representing more than 80 nations - to ensure members of its community put effort towards nurturing, protecting and professionalizing sustainable development of the adventure travel industry.
In their new partnership, PAN Parks and the ATTA aim to join efforts to further develop awareness and involvement among responsible and eco-conscious tour operators.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) announced today that Ms. Manal Kelig, an expert in community development and tourism in the Middle East and Northern Africa, has joined the ATTA global team.
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