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Took a Day Tour with Kialo Winters of Navajo Tours USA. The tour was most of a day from Nageezi on Highway 550 to avoid smashing up my rental car. Well worth doing and Kialo was a very informative Guide and gave great insights including...More
We had read that the roads were rough, but that was an understatement. Entering from the direction of Farmington, the last four + miles were bone-jarring. But, it was worth it! The loop drive has some spectacular views and several of the ruins are easily...More
My husband and I went with Tori from Salmon Ruins. We did a tour with her 18 months ago to the Bisti Wilderness and loved it. Her tour of Chaco was just as good. You can do Chaco on your own, but having someone else...More
Getting there is uncomfortable because of the one section of un- maintained gravel road about 4 miles long. This is because of disputes between different governing agencies. Drive from the main highway is about 45 minutes. But once you get there sit down and watch...More
I have been wanting to come here for so long not disappointed. The ruins are fascinating Camped in my car for one night Wish I could have been there for the night sky program missed that because they don’t do it on Sunday I did...More
Chaco Canyon is not easy to get to. It is midway between Farmington and Cuba, New Mexico, and 45 minutes on a gravel/dirt road after you leave Highway 550. There are no accommodations or food service at the park. Nevertheless, it is well worth the...More
We went to Hovenweep, Aztec Ruins, Chaco, and Mesa Verde this trip. All offer a different and unique perspective of the Pueblo Indians during various time periods. They were all worth the time spent.
Chaco has so many large sites spread over the distance. You...More
To see the amazing houses at Chaco Culture Historical Park you have to be prepared to spend quite a bit of time on the road and drive some pretty bad stretches of unpaved road... but it is well worth it. The site of the various...More
To get a true feel for the life
And history of these Native Americans this is a place you must visit when in the southwest. Fabulous food and craftsmanship in their pottery and jewellery. When one wants the real deal spend some time here and...More