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2.5 Hour Guided Tour of Monument Valley

Highlights
  • See Anasazi petroglyphs and visit some of the park’s largest arches 
  • Visit the park’s iconic filming locations and hear stories about them
  • Morning or afternoon departure: choose a time that suits your needs
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2.5 Hour Guided Tour of Monument Valley
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2.5 hour tour of Lower Monument Valley at 9 a.m.
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Overview
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.
What to Expect
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.
Reviews (115)
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9:00am 2.5 Hour Tour

We had Steven as our guide - he drove very smoothly on the tricky roads, took us to several fantastic places, and told us a lot about Navajo (Dine) history and culture. A super guy! The scenery and specific features are quite stunning. Steven was...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago
Our tour guide Yvonne was WONDERFUL! Beautiful place.

My twin sister and I had a weekend at Monument Valley and decided to go on a guided tour rather than just drive the park. Fortunately, we were the only ones on our tour so it was pretty much a private tour. Yvonne (who was...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Humbling experience

Amazing tour, our Dineh guide took us through some of the remarkable formations, sharing tales of his childhood, and history of his people. Simply remarkable way to see monument valley, I could not recommend it enough!

Thank 353rjl
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
One of the top three tours of my life (so far)

Tour guide was Pete a 35ish man of Navaho man and White mother living on his Navaho side he started slow but got better with each stop to very excellent at the last three stops. Sang a nice Navaho song in one of the traditional...More

Thank Edsalldw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing Monument Valley Tour

My husband and I enjoyed this tour very much. It turned out to be a private tour because it was just the two of us. Derek was our guide and he is very knowledgeable and pleasant to talk with. We learned a lot about the...More

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Paula C
July 30, 2018|
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Response from 193nevilled | Reviewed this property |
We were in an air conditioned 4WD and the driver was careful in the rougher sections of the track.
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sonalib291
June 10, 2018|
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Think vast open space with canyons and arches...deep red color and windswept sculpted rocks...no bears no cougars this trip.
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Andrea B
May 16, 2018|
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Response from Jim H | Reviewed this property |
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
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