Monument Valley Tour from Flagstaff

Monument Valley Tour from Flagstaff
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$218.6
Duration: 10 hours
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Description

The iconic formations of Monument Valley have been featured in countless movies including John Wayne films, Back to the Future and Forrest Gump. This one day excursion gives guests the opportunity to discover magnificent Monument Valley up close and personal with a guided tour to spectacular views. You’ll also visit a historic Navajo trading post and have lunch overlooking Monument Valley.

Tour Availability:  Tuesdays and Fridays

This fabulous one day tour is filled with iconic scenery, history and Native American culture. Begin the day with a drive up red rocks of Sedona to the tall pine forests of Flagstaff. Then enjoy great views of the San Francisco Peaks, volcanic fields and the expansive Navajo Indian Reservation. A stop will be made at historic Cameron Trading Post with its excellent selection of souvenirs and authentic Native American arts and crafts.

The trip continues with a drive across the Navajo Nation with wide open views of the Painted Desert Cliffs, Elephant Feet and other photo worthy scenes. Along the way, your guide will talk about the rich culture of the Navajo people before arriving at the Tribal Park. You’ll enjoy a delicious lunch overlooking the amazing formations that made Monument Valley famous.

The highlight of the day is a guided tour along the valley floor to the most impressive views imaginable. Stop at John Ford Point for an expansive view of the entire area. See the famous East and West Mittens as well as Totem Pole, Rain God Mesa and many more. You’ll easily discover why Monument Valley beckons visitors back again and again.

Tour Availability:  Tuesdays and Fridays

The iconic formations of Monument Valley have been featured in countless movies including John Wayne films, Back to the Future and Forrest Gump. This one day excursion gives guests the opportunity to discover magnificent Monument Valley up close and personal with a guided tour to spectacular views. You’ll also visit a historic Navajo trading post and have lunch overlooking Monument Valley.

Tour Availability:  Tuesdays and Fridays