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MaryJo M wrote a review Mar 2019
68 contributions24 helpful votes
Very difficult to get around if you are not agile but interesting to visit a place with no electricity or running water that is inhabited by choice. There were newer - cinderblock homes and some solar panels.
Date of experience: March 2019
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Jan J wrote a review Oct 2018
Santa Fe, New Mexico98 contributions66 helpful votes
One of the original Hopi villages (on 3 rd Mesa). You can walk around the village, and have beautiful views of the surrounding low areas. Many old houses. A good shop for local artifacts. Always difficult when you are not allowed to take pictures, but that is their decision. This was nice, but Walpi on 1st Mesa was more impressive. There you have to use a guide, though!…
Date of experience: September 2018
Neomi M wrote a review Aug 2018
Casa Grande, Arizona40 contributions16 helpful votes
We attended the Hopi 10K here and it was an amazing run! First time in Hopi for a few of us and it did not disappoint.
Date of experience: August 2018
newengland83 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ashaway, Rhode Island84 contributions63 helpful votes
This village is a must on your visit to the Hopi Reservation. I recommend this visit as part of your reservation tour otherwise you will miss invaluable information.
Date of experience: July 2018
claudia764510 wrote a review Jul 2018
San Diego, California122 contributions27 helpful votes
as part of a tour we visited this village and found it to be quite unpleasant. living on a high mesa does not equate to dumping trash outside one's doorstep, urinating in the street or leaving a dead animal somewhere for visitors to smell! no thank you.
Date of experience: June 2018