The United States has always been a premier destination for inbound international tourists thanks to its variety of experiences. From picturesque national parks and thrilling theme parks to all-American diners and fine boutique shopping, there is something to suit every kind of traveler, travel style and budget.

As transatlantic travel resumes, the travel and tourism industry is excited to welcome international travelers to rediscover America and experience its big cities and small towns.

New Edition Released

To help facilitate travel planning, the 2022 edition of Inbound Insider features stories and unique travel experiences across the United States. Moreover, it includes relevant industry-related statistics, robust profiles of IITA operators and a directory of supplier and DMO members.

“This year’s edition of the Inbound Insider is timely, given the rise in inbound travel interest and bookings. It puts our members directly in the hands of international buyers both at IPW and other trade shows and through digital distribution. In addition to important subject matter, the magazine includes a directory of our members. We want international buyers to know to contact IITA members because they understand their needs and are ready to welcome their clients as they navigate the new world of travel,” said Lisa Simon, IITA Executive Director.

Some highlights of this year’s Inbound Insider include insights and features like Tribal Tourism in North America, How to Foster Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Enrichment and Rebuilding Brand USA and Pre-Columbian Heritage Sites.

Said Miles Dobis, Managing Editor for the Inbound Insider, “We’re thrilled to promote indigenous tourism, strides in the international inbound market and sustainable tourism initiatives in this year’s edition.”

The Inbound Insider is available in hard copy and as a digital download directly from the IITA website. Download your FREE copy today!

About Inbound Insider
The Inbound Insider is produced in cooperation between the International Inbound Travel Association and Premier Travel Media. For more information, contact publisher Jeff Gayduk, Premier Travel Media, at or 630.794.0696.