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Indigenous Travel

The First Nations Program at Sydney World Pride

The largest Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander & global First Nation LGBTQ+ program to take place in Australia

Reflecting Milwaukee’s Diversity

This dynamic Great Lakes city has a more colorful past than you might imagine.

Hawaii Probably Won't — And Shouldn't — Stop Lava From Closing Roads

Without volcanoes, there would be no Hawaii. Some residents would like more attention to unnatural, man-made threats to the island.

UC Berkeley Repatriating Stolen Indigenous Artifacts

Correcting historical wrongs, the school joins Vassar and University of Tennessee in returning ancestral remains.

The Cherokee Nation Reckons With History of Slavery in New Exhibit

The Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, opened a new exhibit last month about the Cherokee Freedmen, the Black people once enslaved by the tribe. 

Five More Indigenous Experiences Everyone Should Have

5 amazing Native American destinations and Indigenous activities that are must-do.

What the World Can Learn About Sustainability From Indigenous Peoples

Traditional ecological knowledge helped preserve natural regions for  millennia, now we need to deploy it to save endangered places.

10 Dos and Don'ts On Indigenous Land

These 10 tips will help you respectfully enjoy a culturally-enriching experience.

The Two-Spirit Lakota of Pine Ridge

Photographer Magdalena Wosinka shares the light of LGBTQ+ Native Americans in South Dakota.

7 Tips for Visiting Indian Country

All tribes are different, but here’s some general advice.

10 Indigenous Travel Experiences Everyone Should Have

These amazing Indigenous destinations and Native-led activities top our bucket lists.

Indigenous Travel Skyrockets As Visitors Seek Authentic Experiences

A note on the importance of Indigenous travel from Out Traveler’s Native American editors.

Tourists Can Save Mexico City’s Ancient Canals

Trajinera could help restore the Xochimilco canals in Mexico City

Queer Climate Researcher on Visiting Threatened Places

Can we visit disappearing destinations without contributing to their decline?