Monument Valley Tours from Monument Valley

  • Tour code: 528-5686
  • Depart from: Monument Valley Tribal Park, UT
From USD$89.95

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Visit Monument Valley Tribal Park.

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  • Choose from two, four or 6.5 hour Monument Valley tours.
  • Navajo (Indian) guide!
  • Back country tour in an off road vehicle!
  • Visit the restricted area!
  • See monuments, arches, buttes, fingers, mesas and other formations!

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  • Day 1 Monument Valley Tribal Park
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Day 1 Monument Valley Tribal Park

After guests arrive on their own to Monument Valley Tribal Park, located on the border between Utah and Arizona. After arrival, guests will climb into a converted pickup truck and make their way along the dirt road to take an off-road tour of Monument Valley, led by a Navajo guide. Along the way, we will see 1000-foot monoliths, John Ford Point, ancient rock formations and, of course, the most famous monuments in the park. The route varies from tour to tour, so it?s always a new experience! Two, four and seven hour rides are available, and the longer tours grant more time in sacred, but often restricted, Navajo lands.

Monument Valley in Arizona is home to exquisite desert scenery and immense geological formations that can be seen for miles around. The valley lies within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation and is accessible from U.S. Highway 163.

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