Monument Valley: 3.5 Hour Extended Tour & Backcountry Access


Monument Valley: 3.5 Hour Extended Tour & Backcountry Access

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From US$ 85 per person

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Take the extended tour of Monument Valley and backcountry to see even more of the breathtaking natural beauty and iconic monuments with extra time at each stop.

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Duration 3.5 hours
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  • Explore the Monument Valley in a small group in an open-air safari vehicle
  • Travel into restricted parts of the Monument Valley only accessible on this tour
  • Enjoy prolonged stop to take the best pictures of the famous sights
  • Learn about the culture, history and traditions of Navajo Nation from a local Navajo guide
Full description

Treat yourself to a 3.5 hour tour of Monument Valley with plenty of time at each stop to take the perfect picture and enjoy the views. This tour is ideal for photographers and visitors who want extra time to explore and learn more about the area. In addition to main monuments such as Mitten View, Three Sisters, John Ford Point, Sleeping Dragon, Traditional Hogan, The Big Hogan, Moccasin Arch, Sun's Eye, Totem Pole, North Window, Artist Point, see the scenic Ear of the Wind arch and Anasazi Ruins.

The views of the sights on this tour will leave you speechless. At the end of your tour, enjoy a musical performance from your guide and a visit to a Navajo Hogan, a traditional Navajo home, where you can learn a lot about the history of this incredible place.

  • Local navajo guide
  • Access to the restricted backcountry of Monument Valley
  • Visit to a Navajo Traditional Home
  • Traditional musical performance by your guide
  • Food
  • Tips
  • Monument Valley Tribal Park entry pass ($8 per person)
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • Babies under 1 year

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Meeting point

Please wait in front of the lobby at the Navajo loading area. The driver will not come inside to pickup.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Scarf

Know before you go

  • The tour is operated on Utah Time (Mountain Standard Time), which is one hour ahead of Arizona from March to November. Please make sure to leave 1-hour earlier if you are coming from Arizona
  • The Tribal Park entry pass can be purchased upon entry to the Tribal Park ($8/person)
  • The tour is operated in an open-air safari-style vehicle with a maximum of 12 passengers in warm weather and in an enclosed SUV vehicle with a maximum of 7 people in cold or hot weather
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 93 reviews

Review summary

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The valley lends itself a lot, so it doesn't need much effort. Unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate, and although we set off with some clouds in the middle of the tour it started to snow. The guide took us to all the most beautiful spots to see. Unfortunately we were unable to visit the typical houses because they were closed and not even witness anything of what is in the description. Sin.

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January 4, 2023

Our guide was Larry. Let me tell you, he is fantastic! He told us Native folklore stories, explained the history of Monument Valley, explained the petroglyphs, and so much more. Patient with us, helpful to those with lessened abilities, and was just plane wonderful. Do yourself a big favor and go with this company. You will not be sorry if you do. Wonderful time. Well worth the cost.

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October 20, 2022

A very nice experience. Our guide told us many stories, she was very nice and shared her personal life with us, telling us how they lived, their experiences, how they love the land...beautiful. He took us to places that you cannot access with your own vehicle and we saw spectacular sites. He stopped at the most emblematic sites to tell us the story and that we could take photos.

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September 11, 2022

Product ID: 388790