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Participation in the Dreamcatcher tour adventure offers the perfect way to learn about the Navajo culture and to experience all the beauty and magic of Monument Valley!
During the 2.5 hour tour you will visit sites such as the amazing Big Hogan arch, the Sun's Eye arch and ancient petroglyphs (rock art), the Ear of the Wind arch, the famous Totem Pole and Yei bi chei rock formations, John Fords Point and many more. You will also visit a traditional Navajo Hogan where you can witness the Navajo prepare their wool and demonstrate their craft of rug weaving!
As the sun begins to fade in the west and the stars begin to fill the Monument Valley skies, you will then visit the scenic setting of Rain God Mesa where our Navajo cooks will prepare traditional Navajo tacos with homemade frybread and grill steaks over a campfire.This night you will be able to enjoy your dinner in the greatest outdoor setting you can imagine!
The evening will continue with a special Navajo cultural entertainment program. A Navajo dancer dressed in full regalia, will perform various dances while a master of ceremonies drums and chants and tells stories near an open campfire, and under a sky full of Monument Valley stars!
This evening Dreamcatcher tour adventure with the Navajo guided valley tour, the special Navajo dinner and cultural entertainment has a total duration of four hours.
The View Hotel - meet your guide in the lobby by the statue with a cowboy on a horse
The View Hotel
Local Navajo guide (english speaking)
Open-air vehicle or enclosed van (depending on weather conditions)
Traditional Navajo dinner incl. drinks
Live entertainment program
Entrance fees to the Navajo Tribal Park
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Children must be accompanied by an adult
A minimum of 2 people per booking
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Monument valley is such a wonderful place. You can drive the valley loop yourself but our guide Cody was able to share his Dine perspective...especially through his traditional dance. Would recommend the tour and dinner.
Overall, the Tour was Great. Our Tour Guide, Stanley, is a Navajo man who loved to share his culture with all of us. It was a bit difficult to hear Stanley pointing out things to see while driving through Monument Valley, as the speakers in...More
Monument Valley is simply stunning! Our guide Cody was very knowledgeable and fun! He even performed the Navajo Grass dance after our wonderful dinner!More
Date of experience: August 2019
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Stephenie R, Guest Relations Manager at Simpson's Trailhandler Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 21 August 2019
On behalf of our Navajo guide Cody, and all of us here at Monument Valley Simpson's Trailhandler Tours... may we express our appreciation for your visit to our enchanting lands of the Navajo people!
Thank you for the honor and privilege it was to serve...More
Tour with John from Simpson’s tours was just wonderful. So informative and the sights amazing. The meal was delicious and the dancing and singing a delight. Would highly recommend.More
Stephenie R, Guest Relations Manager at Simpson's Trailhandler Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
On behalf of John and Monument Valley Simpson's Trailhandler Tours... we thank you for taking the time to allow us to escort you through our beautiful back country, and share our Navajo culture, food, music and dance with each of you!
We hope to see...More
Of the four tours we did in the surrounding area of the Grand Canyon on our seven day trip, the Dreamcatcher Evening Experience was our #1 pick. Being in the open air vehicle was so refreshing and the scenery was like nothing I'd ever seen...More
We stayed about 20 miles south in Kayenta. Road was good but dark and little traffic. Don’t know how it would be to the north. Our biggest problem was finding our way out of the View Hotel parking lot. Not well marked... More
We stayed about 20 miles south in Kayenta. Road was good but dark and little traffic. Don’t know how it would be to the north. Our biggest problem was finding our way out of the View Hotel parking lot. Not well marked. I think the tour ended around 9 pm. Enjoy!