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We had a great time - lots of pics. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable of the area. Would love to go again.
All I can say is WOW! Unbelievable scenery. It is a long ride but well worth it. The only down side was the Santa Ana's. Very windy at times.
The driver was knowledgeable about both the Navajo Nation and the land. The trip was long and it rained very hard the whole time we were there, so it was a red muddy mess!
But he was determined that we would see some of the monuments and get pictures.
Fantastic excursion to one of the most beautiful places I've seen. The Navajo Reservation is not what you expect, but worth the experience. J.R., our tour guide, was a blast, knew a lot of local history and had plenty of stories during the 3 hour trip from Sedona.
Could not fault the trip. the guide Steve was superb and so helpful and very imformative.He really put himself out for us and it was never any bother to stop to allow us to take pictures. If a message could be forwarded to him to tell him we visited Ashfork as he advised us we would be grateful. Hope if we are in the area again we could have him as a guide.
Great trip, friendly driver and office service in America was excellent. Monument Valley is a wonderful place - just like being in the western movies!
Absolutely fabulous! Monsoon, but who cares!!!! Lovely place, the guide was fantastic.
Good service and tour. 17 mile drive rough but scenic. Full day - fair drive to get there and book. Good pickup service.
This tour was not what I expected. It seemed to be mainly a shopping expedition at the rest stops. The scenery was beautiful but we thought we would be visiting a Navajo house and learning about their culture: not visiting them at work.
too expensive only for the valley, not clear that the trip is just at themonument valley.If you expect to see an indian reservation, well...you will just drive through land, you will not meet or visit indians villages, and you will meet indians just in the shops in the valley.
Wonderful landscapes, but no indian reservation in this trip.
Unfortunately we had a lot of rain, but we did get to see the "monuments". The driver scared the **** out of us as he was driving wrecklessly - reading his notes as he was driving, driving too fast and not paying attention to the road. We were glad to arrive home safely. Driver spoiled it for us