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Itinerary
Meet for your tour in The View Hotel’s lobby in Monument Valley. Once you meet your guide, board an open-air vehicle for your guided adventure through the lower valley.

Hear stories and legends about the area as you pass sights such as Mitten Buttes, John Ford's Point, Yeibichai, Three Sisters Spires, and Elephant Butte. Since your guide is a part of the local Navajo tribe, you’ll have access to areas most regular visitors don’t get to see.

Get up close to Big Chief Monument and Sleeping Dragon Rock before moving on to one of the valley’s largest arches, Sun’s Eye, and Anasazi ruins.

If you’ve chosen to upgrade your experience, visit a Yazzie family inside a hogan (a traditional Navajo home). Learn about the culture of the Navajo people, as well as their history in the valley.

Your tour ends with a drop-off back at the lobby of The View Hotel.
Locations visited
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Monument Valley Safari
Overview
Gain access to parts of Monument Valley you wouldn’t be able to see on your own during this Lower Monument Valley tour led by a native Navajo guide. Comfortably travel in an open-air vehicle with your guide, taking backcountry routes that are prohibited to most visitors. You’ll also see one of the valley’s largest arches on restricted land.
Highlights
  • Journey through the area’s restricted region with a Navajo guide
  • Take the stress out of renting a car with included transport 
  • Upgrade for a Navajo home visit to listen to music
  • Choose from multiple tour times to fit your busy schedule
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Superb 3.5 hour safari tour

Bobby was our guide today and made our trip memorable. He provided us with a lot of Navajo history and also current information. The icing on the cake was listening to Bobby play his flute in an acoustically wonderful hogan-shaped rocky area. bobby is an...More

1  Thank Noelene G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fabulous tour of Monument Valley

Bobby was our wonderful guide to Monument Valley. He made the tour interesting and enjoyable, explaining the history of the land and peoples. He answered our questions, showed us things we never would have noticed on our own, and took us places we couldn't go...More

1  Thank Margaret H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
1.5 hour tour

Picked up the tour with no prebooking at the site itself .( not recommended but just out of season) Our driver Norma was charming and knowledgeable. The tour is quite expensive but was well worth the visit as you get to places which are off...More

1  Thank JohnnyAsbestos
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
An interesting tour with a knowledgable guide

We took the 9am extended tour, with a stop at a Hogan where a lady was working with wool. The vehicle is an open truck with a roof covering that provided some shade, depending on which side you were sitting. If it was windy, I...More

1  Thank bmcsuk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Perfect way to see monument valley

Toney was our guide and he made the history of the valley come alive with his knowledge. He also entertained us by singing and playing a drum. Everywhere we went on the tour he was EXCELLENT.

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mtsang852
September 12, 2018|
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Response from linda c | Reviewed this property |
I have been on two occasions and have not seen anyone take their dogs with them. The trucks are open and it could be a rough ride. If you take your own car you cannot go very far into monument valley, only registered... More
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The tour was 2+ hours and was very dusty. Many folks wore bandanas over their faces-
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