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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 2.5-hour excursion covers sites such as the Mitten Buttes, John Ford's Point, Yeibichai, Three Sisters Spires and Elephant Butte. Opt for a 3.5-hour tour to visit a traditional hogan and listen to a Navajo musical performance.

Highlights

  • Lower Monument Valley tour, led by a Navajo guide
  • Hop into an all-terrain open-air vehicle to explore the windswept landscape
  • Snap photos of iconic buttes, spires and arches
  • Upgrade to include a hogan visit and Navajo performance
  • Includes pickup and drop-off at a centrally located meeting point
  • Small-group tour ensures personalized attention

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What You Can Expect

Lower Monument Valley Safari

Guide explains history and geology

Customer Reviews

James N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Wonderful tour of Monument Valley with excellent guide.

Margaret W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

We had a wonderful experience. Our guide was great- can't remember her name at this point.
Think her first name began with a C. She got us this photo op at the perfect time when the sun was going down.
Some of the other tours had many more people on their trucks than we did. We had 9 happy people!
Picture below.

Verlaine T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

We stayed in one of the cabins and they are comfortable and view was wonderful. We took a tour of Monument Valley with Duffy and it was wonderful see what is beyond to see and learn. We traveled many places and this was a favorite stay of mine. Everyone should go and experience Monument Valley.

Laura L United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Wow! So glad we booked this and we highly recommend it. We were lucky enough to get Jean as our guide I'd seen online reviews praising her and we could see why. Her enthusiasm for the Valley and her knowledge really added to this spectacular tour and she was more than happy to stop for us to take photos, to take them for us and to answer all our questions. The tour lasted well over the posted 2 hours, it was nearer three and the time flew by. We saw all the major landmarks and learnt all about them and the people that have called this place home for so long. John Fords point is an iconic stopping point as is the Totem Pole and the Three Sisters but we also discovered many other fabulous landmarks such as the 'Eye of the Sun' and Moccasin Arch. Jean also pointed out local flora and fauna such as the yucca plant and made sure we didn't miss the ancient wall art deep in the valley. Would very happily do this all over again! Thanks also to Shane for the warm welcome in the lobby, and reminding us to take plenty of water!
Please note that by its very nature the drive is very bumpy and dusty in places so make sure you're fit enough first but don't miss if at all possible!

SUSAN O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Highly recommended. The tour went all through and the Navajo guide was superb. Lots of information about the Navajo history, pointed out many places, saw wool being spun, pointed out different plants/vegetation. One of the best tours we've experienced.

janet L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

This tour was the highlight of our trip to Arizona. The landscape is magnificent and majestic. Our guide Bobby was excellent. He was very friendly and informative. His knowledge of both the geology and the history of how the Navajo people came to acquire and preserve the land inspired me to read more about it after returning home. The enjoyment of this experience was as great if not greater than our trip to the Grand Canyon.

MtnWhisper

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

My husband and I had an incredible tour with our Navajo guide, Jean Grey Eyes. She was very friendly and tailored our excursion to what interested us most. We were fortunate that we were the only ones so it was like our own personal tour. We went on the 4pm tour so we could see the colors in the valley from the sunset. I highly recommend this if you want an enriched experience of the geology, Navajo culture, lifestyle and arts rug and basket making. We visited a hogan traditional Navajo house with wool spinning/rug demonstration and a glimpse at implements the Navajo made for everyday living. We visited beautiful rock formations, saw horses running free in the back country. A Navajo guide at one stop explained the migration history of the Navajo and meaning of the natural world. Very interesting. We rode in an open air truck with comfortable padded bench seating with seat belts and a canopy. We loved the bumpy dusty ride!! We would definitely book again!!

Caroline F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Excellent trip with Jean
The journey as only 2 in the jeep extremely bumpy but she gave us loads of information not only about the valley . She showed us some great sights but also talked about her families Navajo traditions and we visited a hogan
Would recommend this trip

Eunkyoung K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

must go!!

Alan B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Excellent tour. We saw everything we wanted to. Driver was great. Navajo crafts were interesting. Thanks

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