A private 2.5 hour open air jeep tour through the secluded areas in the backcountry Monument Valley, including petroglyphs, pictographs, ancient ruins and cliff dwellings.

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“We did a tour of two and an half hours. The guide was amazing. Great sense of humor and he was singing Indian songs all the way. At one point when we left the jeep to stand in a dome like rock, he told us to lie down, gaze up at the dome top which had the shape of a bird. Then he started playing the flute. We were thrown back in time and imagined ourselves in indian country.
Amazing tour”

“Superb tour with entertaining and knowledgeable Navajo guide. Great food and entertainment, and jaw-dropping scenery – very highly recommended.”

What to Expect

PLEASE NOTE: All tour descriptions and prices ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

Due to the popularity of our tours we kindly suggest making a reservation in advance so that we will best be able to accommodate you. We are unable to accept same day reservations.

All reservation times are Navajo Nation Time. During Daylight Savings Time, this will be one hour faster than Arizona Time used in, for example, Page or Flagstaff, Arizona.

We accept all major credit cards and process all transactions using a secure connection.

Navajo Loop and Off the Beaten Track Tour (2.5 hours): A complete package of 30+ miles secluded off-roads lets you discover the restricted area in the backcountry of Monument Valley. This land is a notable sacred site for the Dineh – the Navajo – who are the Keepers of Monument Valley – a sacred unforgettable homeland and motherland to them. In addition to – the history of the Anasazis, the “Ancient Ones”, well known for their imaginative ability, by way of concealed or secret illustration, such as, petroglyphs, pictographs and ruins known as cliff dwellings.

Off the Beaten Track tour, also, solicits the delicate, breathtaking arches that withstand the contrasting, massive buttes. You will also visit the famous places in Monument Valley that once served as real-life backdrops for numerous movies, especially Westerns. For example, Stagecoach, The Sear chers, How The West Was Won, Back To The Future-part 3, Thelma and Louise and much, much more. Come join the unforgettable adventure with us as we unfold the mysteries of our native land to you.

Optional: if you like – your guide will take you to visit a traditional Navajo hogan (home) where our Grandmother will demonstrate her famous art of Navajo rug weaving. Your guide will share with you how our people learned and developed their arts and crafts, such as carding, spinning wool, rug weaving and basket weaving. – Who knows? You might get yourself a beautiful souvenir – you will cherish it forever!

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