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Canyon de Chelly Tours

Chinle, AZ, USA
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About Canyon de Chelly Tours
Canyon De Chelly Tours is an enterprise of Leon Skyhorse Thomas. Every guide is a professional, certified by the National Park Service by examination. In addition to tours of the Canyon de Chelly National Monument, cultural consulting needs are addressed on a case by case basis for those who seek a more intimate insight onto the Navajo Way. Leon has assisted film-makers on location in Navajoland and is used to delivering high quality services to the people and organizations he serves.There are over 2700 archaeological sites within the many canyons of Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Only 13 of the 700 standing ruins have been stabilized, re-inforced, or protected from degradation. We are professional Navajo guides who can teach you the history of our canyons and about the Anasazi, Hopi and Navajo peoples. We pride ourselves in offering you more than just viewing our scenery - but we can do this too!
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David H wrote a review Jun 2020
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An unforgettable, life altering experience. Percy is your man, and a friend for life. I know this might sound real syrupy, but you can rest assure, It’s worth every penny. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Cigars W wrote a review Mar 2020
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My wife and got to ride with Reggie our Navajo guide. From the very start Reg began telling us about the history of Chinle and the Canyon. This was not just a drive around tour. We would stop and learn about the various plants they used. Unique features invisible to the naked eye. The spiritual components and history of the Navajo existence and it’s relevance in everyday life. Reg played his flute which would echo in the canyons walls. Our trip was nearly four hours long and was not enough for us. A full day is in order to capture the full grandeur of the canyons. If your going to make the effort to go. Do the full day, you won’t regret it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anne H wrote a review Mar 2020
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Reginald himself drove us when his driver couldn't get to us in time, and interpreted the history, sites and cultural botany from the viewpoint of growing up there and having relatives living in the canyon. Since the White House Trail was closed, the tour is the only way to see the petroglyphs and the closest way to see the ruins. Plus the valley life is fascinating.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paula C wrote a review Mar 2020
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Had an awesome 3-hour tour led by the friendly, intrepid, and knowledgeable Roland! He taught us all about the history of the canyon, sprinkling in some Diné language and culture. Roland took us to see some amazing pictographs, petroglyphs, and ruins. We got great photos of the and had a lot of fun splashing thru the wash. Roland was extremely informative. The canyon is so huge, we'll definitely be back for more, asking for Roland to be our guide again.
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Frank S wrote a review Mar 2020
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My wife and I went on a tour with Irene as our guide. She was excellent. She pointed out the petroglyphs and dwellings of course - discussing both the history and the geology; but what was perhaps most enlightening was the insight she gave us into Diné culture. We are grateful to her for providing an incredible experience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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