Antor (Association of National Tourist Offices and Representatives) is the principal organisation for the world’s tourist offices. Its UK membership comprises national and regional tourist offices, primarily represented in Britain. ANTOR celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2021/2.
Antor’s objectives include providing a community for its members to meet and exchange ideas, to forge close relationships with all other sectors of the travel industry; to be recognised as one of the foremost advocates of responsible tourism, and to comment on a wide range of issues affecting worldwide travel and tourism.
Support members in crisis who need support
A platform form members to exchange ideas
Forging relationships with all sectors of the travel industry
Advocates of responsible and safe tourism
A leading voice on worldwide travel and tourism issues
To connect the travelling public with our members
ANTOR’s purpose is to promote safe, ethical, sustainable and inspirational global travel for all.
Tourism is an essential pillar of the world’s economy and livelihoods of many countries depend on it, especially the most vulnerable. In many parts of the world, the protection of biodiversity relies heavily on the tourism sector, from conservation to the revenue generated.