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This place has got to be on your bucket list!! The scenery is out of this world...so beautiful!! It took about 3 hours to drive here from Flagstaff. We arrived a little later in the day about 2pm, after stopping for lunch at the near...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the must see things to do in your lifetime, without doubt. Breath taking sights you can do on your own or as part of a tour.

Thank Coddy58
Reviewed yesterday

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park more than lives up to indelible images popularized by the films of John Ford and others. Giant pinnacles of rock standing as high as 1,000 feet are surrounded by miles of mesas and buttes bathed in harmonious colors and the...More

Thank tarwolf
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited Monument Valley 17 years ago. So glad to visit here again. You can drive your own car on the valley road, just go slowly. We like to ride out to John Ford Point. It’s an iconic view seen in many western films and...More

Thank angiede54
Reviewed 4 days ago

Getting off the main loop that anyone can drive and going into the reservation with your Navajo guide is a fabulous experience. The countryside is quite amazing and changing the whole time. You see amazing rock formations, petroglyphs, and huge sand dunes. Unfortunately the latter...More

Thank A R H
Reviewed 4 days ago

We chose a local native guide from Dinehbikeyah= Meaning- People’s Land – 928-409-0088. You won't go wrong! They will cater to you and your schedule, giving you access to private, Native American Land and Culture.

Thank J7454TDwilliamf
Reviewed 5 days ago

We went over to the tour booth after entering the park and were told about the different tours and lengths. We chose a 2.5 hour tour. Not sure if you can choose which company you get but we had Dinah Bekeyah. Our tour guide was...More

Thank azsailor
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

You've seen this sight so many times before in films, but it can't prepare you for seeing it in reality. If you're travelling here, it is best to arrive from the north if possible. Travelling passed Forest Gump point. This will give you a fantastic...More

Thank CardiffMaddie
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely majestic; this is what you come to the Southwest to see. We'd highly recommend hiring a guide and using one of their vehicles, since the road would be brutal on a rental car! The Navajo guides can explain the formations and access areas not...More

Thank NLB52
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's been on my list of places to go for years, and last month I finally got there - Monument Valley. The MV Navajo Tribal Park sits in the middle of some of the most majestic scenery in the west, so don't let fears of...More

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Ramona S
14 August 2018|
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Response from Suzanne T | Reviewed this property |
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
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21 July 2018|
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Response from Traveller20175 | Reviewed this property |
We drove ourselves and did not have a 4WD and it was perfectly fine. Just drive very slowly and you will have no issues. We did not feel a tour was necessary, but if you are willing to spend the money, then go for it. In the... More
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sonalib291
10 June 2018|
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Response from Stephen1702 | Reviewed this property |
Hike and take a tour or take the 17 mile tour on ur own. We did it on our own. Little dusty but less dusty than the tours w open seating. If u take a tour bring something to put over your mouth and nose. Don’t wear nice... More
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