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Explore the magnificent formations of Monument Valley with a local Navajo guide. You’ll travel by open-air vehicle through this iconic landscape along backcountry routes and restricted areas. The excursion covers sites such as the Mitten Buttes, John Ford's Point, Yeibichai, Three Sisters Spires and Elephant Butte. Opt for a tour to visit a traditional hogan and listen to a Navajo musical performance.
Explore Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park on this tour that introduces you to Monument Valley's major scenic attractions. During the journey, see backcountry monuments, which include arches and ancient petroglyphs from the Anasazi people. Select a morning or afternoon departure time when booking.
Travel south of the border between Utah and Arizona to Monument Valley for this overnight camping trip to Hunts Mesa. Transport and all necessary camping equipment are included with this experience. While you’re in the valley, with your guide, scout out some of the best places to snap sunset and sunrise pictures. You also get to warm up by a campfire, and experience the outdoors overnight.
See the sites of Lower Monument Valley that even tour guides can’t get enough of on this 3-hour sunrise or sunset excursion. Guides custom create itineraries that feature their favorite points in the valley in addition to must-see formations, transporting you in an all-terrain vehicle to sites far off the beaten path.
Monument Valley draws nearly half a million visitors every year to its famous rock formations along the Utah and Arizona border. Hear the geologic history and ancient mythology behind these formations on a guided 1.5-hour tour of Valley Loop Drive, stopping at the Valley’s most famous landmarks and overlooks.
Witness the lighting transformation of Monument Valley during the sunset tour. This tour will explore areas that truly expresses Monument Valley's vivid lighting and rock features. The tour guide will navigate through highlight areas and restricted back country areas that are off-limit to normal travelers. During the adventure the tour guide will keep you engaged with information of the history, tradition and Navajo culture in Monument Valley. Enjoy a thorough demonstration of Navajo Rug Weaving inside a Tradition Navajo Hogan and a live performance by your guide as you explore the back country. A great tour for those who seek perspective. Capture the full intensity of vivid lighting and shadow shifting on the unique SUNSET tour of Monument Valley.
Monument Valley speaks for itself. The beautiful red rock monoliths, the native plants, and the amazing iconic sights. You can one minute be in a rainstorm, the next the sun will be out. Each season changing the landscape into a unique masterpiece. Our guides love to share where to get the best photo op. If you go with Navajo spirit tours you will find all our guides are unique and amazing, they bring the Valley alive with their love for teaching and sharing their firsthand experiences within Navajo culture. They have all grown up locally so have a wealth of knowledge that they so eloquently and freely share. They love a good adventure and look at each guest that visits as a friend. Navajo Spirit tours doesn’t want you to just visit they want you to take a bit of Monument Valley home with you in your heart.
Please note: We must have a minimum of two people per tour. You may be contacted to change your tour time/date if the minimum is not met
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Discover the natural wonders of Monument Valley on a tour led by a Navajo guide, who shows you the top sites such as Big Hogan and John Ford's Point as well as additional places not covered in shorter tours. As you travel 28 miles (45 km) through the tribal park, you'll learn a bit about Navajo culture and legends, see where movies have been filmed, and visit a traditional hogan (dwelling) to watch a rug-weaving demonstration.
Explore the natural features of Monument Valley on this tour led by a Navajo guide. You'll travel through the tribal park to see red rock formations and other sites such as the Big Hogan, John Ford's Point, and the Ear of the Wind. Plus, see a bit of Navajo culture as you visit a traditional hogan (dwelling) and watch a rug-weaving demonstration.
Guiding serious photographers is one of our specialties. We have worked with many professional photographers and know the changing light of Monument Valley like no one else. A custom guided photographic tour with us is the best way to realize the full photographic potential of this spectacular and legendary landscape.
For sunrise photos of the Totem Pole, we leave the Visitor Center an hour before sunrise. After sunrise, we then move on to one of three sand dune locations, and depending on available time we might visit two arches. Of course, 3 hours is not enough to exhaust the photographic possibilities of Monument Valley, for an all-day photo experience, book the sunset photo tour also! Our photo guides will take you out 3 hours in the morning and again for 3 hours in the evening. This leaves time in the middle of the day for lunch, napping or sightseeing.
The Horse Tour is unique, interactive, and exhilarating. It takes to see places like sleeping bear, sitting hen, along side Eagle Mesa and more unique rock formation. Our horses have grown up within a Navajo Ranching family who are passionate in sharing an experience of riding within the Southwestern Desert among high red sandstone monuments. Our professional horseback guides are available sunrise to sunset and will match with a horse based on your riding experience.
This tour covers the 17-mile loop of Monument Valley. You will view many of the famous monuments on this tour; in particular you will make stops at The East and West Mittens viewpoint, John Ford’s Point & Three Sisters viewpoint, the Totem Pole viewpoint, Artist’s Point, and the North Window viewpoints.
This tour offers you the opportunity to visit our on-property authentic Navajo Hogan and view a rug-weaving demonstration by a Navajo woman.
Learn about Navajo culture and see the natural wonders of Monument Valley on this tour of lower Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Visit a hogan, a traditional Navajo dwelling, to watch a demonstration, and hear stories from a guide about this region. Select a morning or afternoon departure time when booking.
End your day by watching nature’s slideshow of ever-changing light and the different moments it creates.
This 2.5 hour tour winds its way around the 17 mile loop road as the light dances among the monuments.
Finish in front of the Mittens for the sunlight’s final production.
Although less-frequented than neighboring Monument Valley, Mystery Valley is no less impressive. Drive and hike through a series of labyrinthine side box canyons concealing Anasazi ruins, petroglyphs, and pictographs on this 29-mile (46 kilometer) route through the canyon, stopping to visit impressive natural arches such as Honey Moon Arch, Square House Ruins, Skull Arch, and more. Throughout the tour, your guide will provide informative commentary and let you in on the secrets of the ancient cliff dwellers who once inhabited this stunning landscape.
Enjoy an evening of Navajo culture and Monument Valley scenery on this tour led by a Navajo guide. First you'll take a 2.5-hour exploration of Monument Valley at sunset to admire its red rock formations. Then sit down to a traditional Navajo dinner at a location near Rain God Mesa, followed by a performance of Navajo dancing, music, and storytelling around a campfire.
Discover some of Monument Valley’s most extraordinary scenery—and learn about the native Navajo culture—during this overnight, small-group tour. On the first day, begin with a guided tour of Monument Valley’s highlights, from John Ford’s Point to ancient petroglyphs. Watch the sunset over the landscape before enjoying a freshly cooked Navajo meal under the stars and listening to stories around the campfire. After a night in a traditional hogan, wake in time to see the sunrise and enjoy breakfast.
ONLY tour including Admission to Monument Valley ($20 per non-commercial vehicle) .
Under the guidence of experienced Navajo tour guide, you will go deep into this ancient land. Including all spectacular monuments, red spiral rocks, buttes, mesas, arches and rock paintings, many rare natural wonders will be fully displayed in front of you.
Many famous movies, such as Transformers and Forrest Gump, were filmed around this area. As the journey progresses, the beautiful view you see will reminds you of many classic and well-known movie plots, giving you immersive feelings.
You will know the history of Monument Valley. You can hear ancient legends and interesting anecdotes, passed down by words of mouth generation to generation, that are only known by local Navajo people.
Capture sunrise in the Monument Valley from an exclusive location only accessible with a Navajo guide. This private tour offers the ability to customize your tour to personal interests. You’re taken to Western movie sites like John Ford's Point and told about the region’s geography, Navajo culture, and history.
The adventure begins with a brief introduction from your Navajo guide who will then embark you on an unforgettable journey into Monument Valley. Your guide will navigate through 28 miles of Monument Valley's Finest spectacles where movies, commercials, and performances were made. Enjoy the luxury of exploring all the Highlight stops and areas that are off-limits to normal travelers; and listen and watch your guide bring the monuments to life through its history, story telling, and live performances. Enjoy a visit to a local Navajo Hogan and watch a demonstration of the art of Navajo Rug Weaving. Behind the breathtaking Mesas, Buttes, Spires, and Arches there are hidden stories waiting to be told.
This 8 hour tour covers the basic 17-mile loop of Monument Valley and visits some restricted backcountry stops. You will view many of the famous monuments on this tour; in particular you will make stops at The East and West Mittens viewpoint, John Ford’s Point & Three Sisters viewpoint, the Totem Pole viewpoint, Artist’s Point, and the North Window viewpoints. In the back-country you will make stops at The Sun’s Eye & Ear of the Wind. In addition, to all the above-mentioned areas, it also visits scenic Mystery Valley. Mystery Valley is an area full of Anasazi Ruins and rock art, otherwise not seen from the main highway. You will explore Mystery Valley in the morning, followed by a barbecued lunch cooked by your tour guide. You will then continue on into Hidden Valley, covering the same 3.5 hour tour, visiting the Hogan and all the well-known formations.