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Choose from a handful of departure times, and begin your tour with pickup from select hotels. Get driven to the visitor’s lobby of The View Hotel inside the Monument Valley Tribal Park.
The tour’s first stop is John Ford’s Point, where well-known Westerns were filmed. Listen while your guide tells you stories about the filming of Westerns and Transformers: Age of Extinction at the site. Move onto the park backcountry, stopping at Sun’s Eye Arch and checking out Anasazi petroglyphs.
Continue to the Big Hogan and the Ear of the Wind, stopping for photos if you choose. Moving out of the backcountry, head to the Totem Pole and Yei Bi Cheii monuments. Take pictures and learn about their cultural significance and history.
Admire the Mitten Butte from North Window, and return to your departure point.
Monument Valley’s cinematic landscapes and sandstone towers lie within the Navajo Nation Reservation. On this guided tour, visit the valley’s iconic filming locations and backcountry monuments, gaining access to areas you wouldn’t be able to on your own. You’ll hear insightful commentary from your guide along the way, and you can choose between morning or afternoon tour times to best fit your schedule.
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
We were lucky to be the only two people in the Jeep, but Joe was a great great guide anyway. He told us everything about Monument Valley, and him being from there, he could tell us some curiosities and we could even hear a traditional...More
Thank Maria G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent tour guide!
We toured Monument Valley, making our reservations online in the early morning. We were fortunate with a friendly and personal guide who made the entire experience far richer than if we had just driven the usual tourist route...plus of course we would have missed some...More
Thank Fred H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fantastic tour with an excellent guide
Such a tour is more than just worth it. Some might think that u can explore the valley with ur own car. Yes but also no! Some areas like big hogan are closed for private cars and this is a MUST to see. In addition,...More
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Excellent commentary while we toured the marvellous formations of Monument Valley. Tour guide - Pete was very good and his stories were very good. His Navajo knowledge was good. Enjoyed visiting the Hogan and seeing how the weaving was undertaken, local jewellery for sale was...More
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
We booked this tour last minute and was glad we did, Joseph our tour guide bought the valley to life with his knowledge and stories of the natives and its history. We got the chance to see areas that the normal loop would not and...More
It wasn’t very bumpy. The roads are in pretty good shape and it is nothing at all like you describe in Sedona. We were in a suburban and only went into 4WD once to get through some sand as I remember. When you book ask... More
It wasn’t very bumpy. The roads are in pretty good shape and it is nothing at all like you describe in Sedona. We were in a suburban and only went into 4WD once to get through some sand as I remember. When you book ask about the vehicles available. They are very accommodating.
And much more... it starts on the drive but cuts into the back country to you see all the key features without the crowds and the dust on the main track. You get much closer, it feels real, and you see things you can’t from... More
And much more... it starts on the drive but cuts into the back country to you see all the key features without the crowds and the dust on the main track. You get much closer, it feels real, and you see things you can’t from the track. Honestly it’s one of the best things I have done..