- Cruise in a jeep through the Lower Monument Valley and hear tales of Navajo culture
- Stop for photos at some of the valley's most amazing sights, from giant arches to soaring spires
- Meet a resident Navajo family in their traditional home and watch live demonstrations of their cultural activities
Navajo territory is some of the most dramatic, exciting, and vivid in the world. Enter a photographer's dream and some of America's most historic lands, and learn what makes the Lower Monument Valley tick. Meet the Yazzie family in a real Navajo home and step through natural arches the width of cars!
The untouched desert landscapes, mammoth arches, and spires change color with the light before your eyes in Monument Valley. At any time of day, the craggy rock faces take on different personalities that are steeped with legend by the Navajo people. This is a real work of nature!
Your guide will tell you all about Navajo culture and history while you take in the sights. The giant, orange sandstone rock formations are so tall, some soar up to 1,000 feet above the valley floor! This ancient world dates back over 160 million years, so there's a story around every corner.
Step into a traditional eight-sided, one-room home called a hogan and meet a real Navajo family. The Yazzies will show you how the natives have always lived in their lands, straddling the border of Arizona and Utah.
Journey back through the valley's side-box canyons, where some of the grandest arches and windows will look different in the afternoon light. This is a trip that never stops getting more beautiful!
- 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
While you're cruising on the tour you'll see why Monument Valley is a top filming location, but not just for western movies. Easy Rider (1968) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) were both filmed here.