The Monument Valley Mitten Buttes in the setting sunlight.



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Monument Valley’s premier tour company.

Our Navajo tour guides will share our part of the world with you.

Monument Valley has attracted many people from all over the world to see the many wonders of the breath taking scenery. Monolithic cliffs and formations made of red-orange sandstone that has been shaped by the elements over many eons. Meet some of the people that keep our Navajo heritage alive, peek inside a demonstration Hogan that mirrors how the Navajo have lived and survived in areas barely suited for living. Navajo jewelry and art made by the local artisans may be purchased for a fraction of the cost. We welcome you to visit us!

Our vehicles are designed to withstand the harsh environments of the area. While on tour, dirt roads and rough terrain are no problem, while you ride in comfort and have an open unrestricted view in a Safari style vehicle. Weather may be a factor in some cases, but that is totally up to you, an enclosed 4×4 SUV may also be another sightseeing option. Contact us for more details.

The Navajo Nation currently has COVID-19 mandates. Click the button below for more information.

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The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is an entity of the Navajo Nation, and is maintained and managed by the Navajo Nation Department of Parks and Recreation. Visit their site by clicking the button below. Entrance fees may be purchased at their site. Please note, their site may not be updated at times, and purchasing an online ticket may not be possible, entry can always be paid upon arrival at the park entrance.

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This site updated May 06, 2022