This complete package Jeep tour brings you through the restricted area in the backcountry of Monument Valley to see pictographs, ancient ruins, cliff dwellings, and more.
MONUMENT VALLEY HOGAN STAY
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Monument Valley Hogan Camping
Spend the night camping in Monument Valley in a Hogan—the traditional dwelling of the Navajo. The structure and materials of the Hogan are made out of natural resources such as desert juniper trees, juniper barks (for insulation), and dirt (red desert earth) plastered over the dome-shape structure (much like the igloo shape of the Eskimos) made out of juniper logs. Our Hogan is set aside for a studio ceremonial setting, as it was used primarily for ceremonial purposes rather than living quarters.
The Hogan is a perfect dwelling for such delightful people as the Navajos. It’s cool in the heat of the summer and warm in the winter making it ideal for camping in Monument Valley. We unselfishly share and let you experience the original Navajo culture, traditions, and our precious heritage. The Hogan is a residential, primitive camp – Are there bathroom facilities? Yes, we provide chemical toilets, wash pans, soap, towels, picnic tables, sleeping bags but no shower. We only provide camping equipment and items of a similar nature.
The Navajo traditional Hogan overnight tour package includes:
- Dinner – Vegetarian or non vegetarian Navajo taco dish w/ drinks
- Entertainment from flute playing to Navajo singing and dancing around the campfire
- Presentation of the Navajo history, tradition and culture
- Campfire seasonal folk tale stories
- A 2.5-hour sunset jeep tour
- A sunrise viewing jeep tour in the morning
- Sleeping bag and mats
- Chemical toilets
- Continental, European-style breakfast
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 in Navajo Nation Time. During Daylight Savings Time, this will be one hour faster than Arizona Time used in, for example, Page or Flagstaff, Arizona.
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