- Explore the vast terrain of Utah's Monument Valley with an expert Navajo guide
- See gigantic natural rock formations including famous landmarks like the East & West Mitten Buttes and Big Hogan
- Learn the fascinating history of the area's native people and view ancient rock drawings in restricted-access locations
The sun has risen and set on Monument Valley over a trillion times, and barely anything has changed. Untouched and unspoiled, dramatic and extraordinary, it's ready for you to explore.
Your Navajo guide will escort you by 4x4 through a restricted region of Utah's great, rocky desert, showing you the glory of its sun-baked arches, pre-historic rock faces and Ancestral Puebloan ruins.
Every tour is different because, well, what if you don't want the same things as Hank and Barb from Wisconsin? Whether you're in it for the landscape photo opportunities, the sand-dune hiking, or to learn Navajo and Ancestral Puebloan history, your guide will plan a route that suits.
Stand in the shadow of the monolithic East & West Mitten Buttes and see if you recognize the panorama at John Ford Point where John Wayne shot many of his western movies.
Join an exclusive group of humans to have seen the ancient petroglyphs at Sun's Eye Arch, and explore the labyrinth of canyons and mesas en route to Ear of the Wind Arch, only accessible with a guide.
The sandstone marvel Big Hogan, also part of the tour, is a naturally formed amphitheater – crazy what the weather can do if you wait millions of years.
- Show your smartphone voucher to the guide in the Lobby of The View Hotel
- Meeting point is under the large statue of the cowboy riding a horse
- Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your booked timeslot
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket