At the Navajo Indian Reservation you can enjoy Monument Valley Park. A tour and lunch will be offered. You are able to visit either Utah or Arizona to access Monument Valley Park. This park is magnificently large and old. Since there is so much history at this Valley, many tourists decide to go there. During the summer months there is a lot of Indian cuisine available from the native Americans. The Navajo enjoy hosting guests and providing food for them. The park is open all year round. You can find public restrooms and areas of rest. If you like hiking and pretty rock landscapes then this might be the stop for you!
Sightseeing Tours provide amazing views and tons of fun, especially in the Grand Canyon area. Embark upon the Grand Canyon Deluxe Tour to see the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and so much more. With this amazing tour experience, you will embark from Sedona, Arizona to Williams, AZ where you will board the Grand Canyon Railway for a relaxing and wonderous train tour through the area. See a vast variety of landscapes as you head towards the Grand Canyon. Once there, your professional guide will take you to multiple viewpoints in the area for the best views of the canyon. Don't forget to bring your camera to enjoy this 11-hour day tour!
Take in the beautiful scenery of the Grand Canyon while on the Grand Canyon Rim Walk & Navajo Reservation Guided Tour, located in Sedona, Arizona. This tour is approximately eight hours, includes lunch and is perfect for the entire family. The tour starts with a 90-minute drive to the Grand Canyon followed by a 23 mile drive along the rim of the canyon, stopping at various scenic points. After a stop at a local restaurant for lunch, the tour commences with a stop at the Navajo Reservation and Cameron Trading Post. Once headed back to the hotel, you will see spectacular views of the Little Colorado River and the Painted Desert. This tour is appropriate for all ages and is handicap accessible. Cameras are permitted.
The informative guide doubles as the Jeep's driver is filled with all the information that you would want to know about the Sedona area. There are many places to see when heading out to the outback of Sedona, and they include Cathedral Rock, Mystic Vista, Vultee Arch Road, and more. You will learn about the history and culture of the area while enjoying the beautiful landscape. The tour guide can pick you up at your hotel to make this a truly relaxing adventure. Make sure to dress in comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring sunglasses, a hat, and sunglasses, and do not forget a camera.