Monument Valley Tribal Park & Navajo Indian Reservation Full Day Tour
Experience nearly 92,000 acres of awe-inspiring natural terrain of one of the Grand Canyon's beautiful valleys while delving into the Navajo way of life with the Monument Valley & Navajo Indian Reservation.
Depart from Flagstaff and set off into the beautiful Monument Valley Tribal Park where endless photo opportunities await you. The park is filled with incredible mesas, buttes and spire rock structures that tower anywhere from 400 to 1,000 feet in the air. It's no wonder this breathtaking location is once of the most photographed places on earth.
As you explore the valley with an up-close tour, your guide will share fascinating bits of information and history about the area that once served as a backdrop for some of the famous old westerns featuring John Wayne. You'll venture out into the reservation where groups of traditional dwellings are carved into the rugged landscape.
The Monument Valley Tribal Park is the perfect way to spend your trip to the Grand Canyon. With breathtaking, unparalleled views, a peek into the Navajo way of life and the chance to experience the beautiful terrain of the one-of-a-kind southwestern landscape, you won't want to leave.
About the Sights
Monument Valley Tribal Park: This park boasts 91,696 acres of Navajo land that's covered in buttes, mesas, shrubs, trees and hundreds of beautiful rock formations. The visitor center is home to a restaurant during the summer, featuring both Navajo and American cuisine and a gift shop.