Navajo Reservation Tours

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Navajo Reservation
From national monuments to parks and historical sites, the Navajo Reservation rewards visitors with one a kind scenery and history.

A variety of outdoor activities are available on the Navajo Reservation - from hiking to horseback riding, fishing and camping. Tours are offered to teach visitors about Navajo culture and history. There are also more than half a dozen museums.

You can easily spend more than just a day. Along with hotels, a bed and breakfast, camping and RV facilities you can also stay in a traditional eight sided one room home called a Hogan. It’s considered a sacred dwelling and furnishings are sparse. There’s no electricity, running water or flush toilet, so it’s not for everyone, but it is a one-of-a-kind authentic Navajo experience.

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Many people speak Navajo, but English is also widely spoken, so communication is easy.

You’ll want to bring a camera, but use common sense and be respectful in regards to photography. Cameras are not always welcome, so when in doubt, ask.
Address: Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona, USA, USA
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Grand Canyon via Sedona and Navajo Reservation

When visiting Phoenix, a trip to the Grand Canyon is a must-do. This full-day tour takes in Arizona's most scenic landscapes, including the Sonoran Desert, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Flagstaff. At the Grand Canyon, follow a 23-mile route along the East Rim and South Rim, stopping frequently to gaze at stunning views. Have time to walk and eat lunch at Grand Canyon Village, and go through the Navajo Nation on your return drive, stopping to shop for Native American crafts at an authentic trading post.
  • Duration: 13 hours
  • Duration: 13 hours
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