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Just WOW! We've talked about going here for years and finally made it, almost as an afterthought. So glad we did this. The views are breathtaking. I simply cannot put into words what you will see here. Pay the extra $ and take the loop...More
This place was the backdrop for all old John Ford Western movies. The local Indian tribe owns the area and for a small fee you can drive around an 18-mile loop through these fabulous natural structures. We did just that right on sunset and it...More
We took a tour sponsored by Goulding’s Lodge. Our Navajo tour guide was named Laverne and she was amazing! We learned so much about Monument Valley, the Navajos, the geology and history of the area, traditions, sacred places....I could go on and on! Laverne was...More
Monument Valley was an absolute highlight and the most important place for me to visit on our 18 days southwest tour. I was obsessed with two things - how will be the weather and how I'll drive the loop in a sedan.
When we got...More
The highlight of our trip . Truly spectacular ! A must see . We were glad we were in a Jeep as the roads are not paved . Bought beautiful Indian jewelry here from a super super nice lady . Lots of old westerns were...More
If you go to Monument Valley, pay the extra money and do the Navajo-guided 3.5 hour back country tour. Your guide will take you into the "restricted area" where you can only go with a Navajo guide. Our guide was Comasheena. She was very knowledgeable...More
Monument Valley is amazing. It is awe-inspiring. And you can best appreciate this by taking the 17 mile Valley Drive, a dirt track round some of the most famous viewpoints in Monument Valley. If you don't want to take your own vehicle round the track,...More
Our first trip to MV was in 2010 in May. This past week we got to enjoy the Park with the added beauty of a recent snow. Pictures do not do it justice. One of those places you need to see in person. Plus we...More
This was a highlight of our Arizona vacation. Our guide (truck #4) was helpful with cameras, answered questions, and made sure we had a great experience. I was concerned that the walk may be too difficult for my parents, but everything was easy to navigate...More
We were there late August. I felt like there are no people on earth but us. Not too many people actually stay at The View. Mostly just come to look and leave. I did not feel crowd in August at all. There was no issue taking... More
We were there late August. I felt like there are no people on earth but us. Not too many people actually stay at The View. Mostly just come to look and leave. I did not feel crowd in August at all. There was no issue taking photos anywhere, because like i said it wasn't too crowded. And even August heat didn't bother, because it was dry.
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There seemed to be 4 different Navajo tour groups who are based in the car park. They seem to take it in turns taking visitors and Roy was the one allocated to us. I think we were very lucky to have him but even if you... More
There seemed to be 4 different Navajo tour groups who are based in the car park. They seem to take it in turns taking visitors and Roy was the one allocated to us. I think we were very lucky to have him but even if you didn’t get him, hopefully others are just as informative. Best wishes, hope you have a super trip.