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Roam over the sandstone domes and slickrock ledges of Hell's Revenge near Moab on this off-road adventure by UTV (utility terrain vehicle). You will follow an experienced guide while you drive your own 4-passenger Kawasaki Teryx 4. Navigate the difficult terrain, full of steep climbs and descents. You’re treated to views of the La Sal Mountains, the Colorado River and the sandstone cliffs of Negro Bill Canyon. Travel in a small group of up to four vehicles on a 2.5-hour morning, afternoon or sunset tour.
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.
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.
This is a guided tour where an experienced guide does all the off-road driving. Allowing guests the chance to relax and experience the fun.
Get ready for a fun ride to Peek-A-Boo slot canyon! The best way to get to the canyon is with an off-road machine. Our Polaris RZRs are the most fun you'll have getting over the sandy trails to the sandboarding location. Sandboarding is an optional activity for children, teens and anyone that wants to give it a try free of charge. There are sand dunes and a ton of beautiful scenary along the way. This slot canyon is away from the crowds and is a great alternative to some of those busy areas at the national parks. The hike through the canyon is not difficult. It is a great opportunity for kids and families to relax and go at their own pace and to get the pictures you want.
We know this location and its trails extremely well, so don't get stuck or lost, instead trust qualified guides and drivers to show the area from a locals perspective!
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.
Explore the slot canyons of East Zion and ride to and from the canyons in a Can Am UTV during this adventure tour. Our guides drive you in the UTV, so you can sit back and enjoy this exciting off-road experience. Traverse rough terrain to reach the canyons then wander around on foot to explore the deepest parts of these remote areas. Be sure to bring a camera for frame-worthy photos.
Discover ancient petroglyphs and geological formations on a private off-roading tour outside of Moab. A guide leads the way easy-to-overlook petroglyphs and shares stories and historical details about the region’s history and archeology. The option to ride along with the guide or drive your own off-road vehicle makes the tour appeal to everyone from families with young kids to off-roading enthusiasts.
Explore the rugged backcountry of Utah’s Arches National Park on this half-day 4x4 tour from Moab. Travel in a sturdy Jeep Wrangler to reach remote sections of the park, where you can hike among towering sandstone spires and arches away from the crowds. Trek through the otherworldly terrain used as a filming location for hit Hollywood movies, and follow in the hoof prints of former explorers on an old cowboy trail.
To truly experience the legendary beauty of Arches National Park, you need to explore its isolated corners. On this adventurous 4WD tour from Moab, your expert guide will help you do just that as you navigate the backcountry to spots like the Tower Arch, as well as visit the famous red rocks at Marching Men and Eye of the Whale. Bonus: Your tour features a stop to see fossilized dinosaur tracks.
Hit the dusty trail on a 4x4 tour of Canyonlands National Park. Expert guides will take you to see the highlights of Utah’s Chesler Park such as Elephant Hill, Devil’s Lane, and Devil’s Kitchen. There’s also the option to take a 3-mile (4.8-km) hike on the spectacularly scenic Joint Trail. This full-day adventure is the perfect way to experience Utah’s backcountry away from the crowds.
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.
On this half-day 4WD adventure from Moab, explore the rugged, red stone interior of Canyonlands National Park, where you’ll experience the beauty of the Island in the Sky district and the stunning Gooseneck Overlook. Your professional guide will navigate your vehicle down the switchbacks of White Rim Road, where you will not only see the remains of ancient Pueblo civilizations, but also admire the canyon walls that drop 1,000 feet (300m) down. It’s an easy drive from Moab to Canyonlands, and the views of the meandering Colorado River help cap off this Utah adventure.
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.
Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon is a quiet, special place off the beaten path just outside of beautiful Kanab.
The quiet serenity of beautiful colored Navajo Sandstone rocks that have taken millions of years to form will take your breath away and leave you wanting more.
This outdoor adventure combo from Moab takes you off-roading through Canyonlands National Park, followed by a guided rafting trip on the Colorado River. Your guide introduces you to the scenic natural wonders of Canyonlands' Island in the Sky by 4-wheel drive (4WD), including sections of the Shafer Trail and White Rim Road. Enjoy a buffet lunch before an afternoon rafting the white-water rapids of the mighty river. Admire deep canyons, ancient rock art, fossils and natural stone arches on this day trip, great for all ages.
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.
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.
Roar through Utah’s desert landscapes on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) on this half-day adventure in Sand Hollow State Park near St. George, with instruction and equipment provided—you just show up and ride. Don the supplied helmet, drive your own ATV, and follow a guide through dunes, canyons, and up to 3,500 feet (1,066 meters) for panoramic lake-and-mountain views. The tour is suitable for all abilities, experienced or otherwise.
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.
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.
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.
Leave the city behind and enjoy a tour to a beautiful red rock private canyon for campfire, s'mores and stars. We are a dark sky destination and the perfect location for star gazing with the old movie fort as a back drop. Good friends and family around the campfire is my idea of a great night out. We make the best homemade marshmallows.
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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Moab is blessed with the Colorado River running right through the middle of the desert, and on this Moab whitewater rafting tour, experience a scenic float down the river that also has Class III rapids. This tour takes place near Fishers Tower, which is just on the outskirts of Moab, where you can swim in the river, photograph wildlife, and listen as your guide explains the geology and history behind the canyons.
With various departures during the day at 9:00 am, 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm, the half-day trip can fit into most schedules. Bring the whole family on a fun-filled half-day Colorado River trip that runs about 7 river miles (11 km) with fantastic scenery and moderate rapids. Noon departures include a lunch by the riverside.