“We were referred to Simpson’s Trailhandler Tours, Monument Valley, by our AAA agent. Carlos, our Navajo guide, was accommodating, kind, multi-faceted, educated, and added a wonderful dimension to our experience. From beginning to end, we received wonderful customer service from the booking agent and the guide. Carlos is a professional photographer (he took wonderful photos of our environment and of us), a musician, and has a degree in Southwestern Indian studies. I cannot recommend this tour group enough!”
Please contact us in advance, so that we can start making the plans for your ultimate photographic experience!
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.
Ever since the first professional photographer, Josef Muench, entered the area, Monument Valley has been a truly one-of-a-kind photographer’s paradise. Josef came to Monument Valley in 1936 to take his first photographs. When Harry and Mike Goulding, one of the first “pioneers” to live in Monument Valley, needed materials to promote the then undiscovered area in Hollywood, they turned to their friend Josef Muench. Josef made a special album of black and white photographs. That album really sent the right message home! Later, in 1937, Josef made his very first Kodachrome color photograph in Monument Valley.
Now you can enjoy and explore this photographer’s paradise for yourself. Our Navajo guides are born and raised in Monument Valley… and who else is better qualified and knows the best places and camera angels that someone who lived there all his life?