Private Monument Valley Tour
- Adult Private Tour w/ Don - Adult
- Youth Private Tour w/ Don - Youth
- Child Private Tour w/ Don - Child
- Senior Private Tour w/ Don - Senior
Explore Monument Valley your way with a local Navajo guide!
Embark on an extraordinary journey through Monument Valley, an enchanting land of sandstone wonders and cinematic allure. Join the legendary Don Mose, your charismatic Navajo guide, as he unveils the secrets of this sacred terrain that go beyond the ordinary tourist trails.
This exclusive tour grants you access to the restricted corners of the valley, revealing mesmerizing sandstone arches and iconic monuments that once graced the silver screen in John Wayne’s epic westerns. Traverse the ancient ruins and stand in awe before the monumental monoliths that have witnessed the passage of time.
This experience is not just about the breathtaking landscapes; it’s a cultural immersion led by Don Mose, an 81-year-old luminary whose wisdom is as vast as the valley itself. As you explore, let the resonant melodies of Native American chants serenade your senses and be captivated by Don’s ceremonial songs that echo through the canyon walls.
Prepare to be captivated by Don’s enthralling storytelling as he shares the rich tapestry of Navajo history and culture, drawn from his unique perspective as a respected native elder. Discover how this remarkable guide played a pivotal role in developing Navajo language curriculums for Rosetta Stone and the San Juan School District.
Don Mose is not just a guide; he’s a living embodiment of the Navajo spirit, and his tales will linger in your heart long after the tour concludes. Immerse yourself in an experience that transcends mere sightseeing, where each step is a dance with history, and each moment is an opportunity to connect with the soul of Monument Valley. Join us, and let Don Mose’s timeless wisdom inspire your journey through the heart of Navajo culture.
The View Hotel
Indian Route 42,
Please meet your guide in the guest lobby of the View Hotel next to the bronze statue of a cowboy riding a horse.
On the Navajo Reservation we observe Daylight Savings. Please remember and account for a one hour time difference when traveling from certain parts of Arizona.
- Water / Beverages
- Hiking Shoes
- Appropriate Clothing
- Sun Protection
- Totem Pole & YeiBiChei Spires
- John Ford’s Point
- The Three Sisters
- Visit to Navajo Traditional Home
- Navajo Rug Weaving Demonstration
- East & West Mitten Buttes
- Big Hogan Arch
- Ear of the Wind Arch
- Sun’s Eye Arch
- Anasazi Petroglyphs & Dwellings