- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
See Monument Valley with a local and expert Navajo guide. This tour covers restricted parts of the valley, from sandstone arches to famous monuments like The Three Sisters, The Totem Pole Spire, The Mitten Buttes and The YeiBiChei Spires. Get up close to ancient ruins and the most iconic monoliths. Learn about the history and culture of the valley. Relax while your guide plays the Native American flute or sings a ceremonial song.
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
- Led by a local guide
- Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
- See native wildlife in their natural environment
- Small group ensures personal service
- Free drinks included
- Popular choice with kids
- Professional guide
- Local Navajo guide
- Bottled water
- Live entertainment
- Entry/Admission - Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
- Entry fee into the park. The cost of entry into the Monument Valley Navajo Park is roughly $5 per person.
Indian Route 42, Indian Rte 42, Oljato-Monument Valley, UT, USA
Returns to original departure point
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, US Highway 160 & US Hwy 163, Monument Valley, UT 84536
See Monument Valley with a local and expert Navajo guide. This tour covers restricted parts of the valley, from sandstone arches to famous monuments like The Three Sisters, The Totem Pole Spire, The Mitten Buttes and The YeiBiChei Spires. Get up close to ancient ruins and the most iconic monoliths. Learn about the history and culture of the valley. Relax while your guide plays in Native American flute or sings a ceremonial song.
Duration: 3 hours
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Infants must sit on laps
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
This tour was filled with great information and very helpful photographic tips by our guide Ray. I would highly recommend this tour!
We had an insiders’ view of the Navajo Tribal Park back country with a lovely Navajo guide who even sang a song for us in Navajo. Highly recommended!
Our Tour Guide was great! Showed us many sights not available to the general public. Learned a lot about the Navajo Indians. Breathtaking landscapes with plenty of time to take photos. Highly Recommend this Tour!
Bobby was an informative and friendly tour guide; highly recommended. Only problem was an administrative one resulting in a mix-up meeting with 2 other couples which delayed the tour.
This tour was top flight, from start to finish. And our tour guide, Sabrina, was just great. I recommend this tour to all.
Our guide Comasheena Benally described life in the valley, provided historic details of the area and took us into areas not accessible without a guide. My granddaughters enjoyed the tour and learned a lot. Highly recommended.
Bobby did answer all questions (we had quite a few :-) patiently. The tour is awesome. Would do it again and again. Highly recommend it.
A wonderful tour! Toney shared many fascinating stories about culture, traditions, history, archaeology, and geology including popular culture and history. He performed a traditional song accompanied by a drum at one of the many amazing locations - very atmospheric! Sitting high on the open truck, we had an excellent unobstructed view of everything and Toney negotiated all the back roads very skilfully. It was a great adventure for us. Many thanks!
The trip provided unexpected local flavor and history. Thank you Harry for such a good tour. The insights and suggestions as to where to get good photos were excellent
This guided tour is amazing. We got in a 'VIP' suv with AC and ice cold water. You want to get in one like this because there was so much dust when driving on the offload condition. The guide(Sorry forgot her name) took us to many spots, provided live demonstration and stopped for us to take photos. There are many spots you can only see with suv/jeep like this. Anyway, love the trip, it took about 2.5 hrs totally.
This is a must do while in Monument Valley. I highly recommend Lower Monument Valley Safari company. Our local native guide, Duffy, was amazing! His knowledge of the Navajo culture, history and customs was extensive and fascinating. He made our tour special and something we will never forget. The music performance was moving. Don't miss an opportunity to truly experience the Tribal Park up close. Thanks Duffy and Monument Valley Safari!
Great way to spend a few hours. So much more to see than driving yourself through the Valley.
Had a great time touring both Monument and Mystery Valleys... Guides were knowledgeable and fun, managed to create a great day even tho we had rain for some of the time and lot's of mud to deal with. Views and sites were exceptional it's the only way to see these two great landmarks....
Excellent...much better than we expected. Tony was a great guide. My husband was ill so he stayed in the vehicle so Tony took pictures of me.
We had been in Monument Valley on two previous occasions. The last time was as the View was being built. Our guided tour was fantastic! And so was our guide. She tuned right in on the things we were most interested in and proceeded to show us every thing and more. We will recommend your tour.
Our tour of Monument Valley was the highlight of our vacation! We had a beautiful day and our tour began at 1:00 PM. The morning was rather cold so we were glad that we booked an afternoon tour. It was much warmer by then.Our tour guide, Ray, was a native and had great knowledge of the Valley.The views were spectacular! We thoroughly enjoyed going to areas that are not seen by anyone driving through the park in their own vehicle. We especially enjoyed seeing the arches dunes and cave areas further into the park. We had plenty of time to ask questions and stop for photos along the way. We also got to visit an area that is still inhabited by Native Americans. The tour was definitely work the money spent!
You have to see Monument Valley in the flesh to really appreciate the artistry force of mother nature. To experience it in the company of a native American Indian dose not get any better.
This is a must do tour. Definitely the best way to see MV. This tour has access to parts of MV that you can't see on your own. Our guide Tulley was very informative.