New Tourism Resource
Window Rock, AZ. – A new travel resource is available provided by the Navajo Nation Tourism Department. www.DiscoverNavajo.com is a newly designed, comprehensive site with cultural and travel information available with the click of a mouse. The Navajo Nation encompasses the entire northeast quadrant of the state of Arizona and extends into the states of Utah and New Mexico, covering over 27,000 square miles of unparalleled beauty. Diné Bikéyah, or Navajoland, is larger than 10 of the 50 states in America and is home to more than a dozen national monuments, tribal parks and historical sites. The DiscoverNavajo.com website allows you to navigate to information on historic Trading Posts, motels and even Hogan stays, tour companies who explore the backroads and connect to the Navajo people including noted artists. You will also discover cultural information on the traditional ways of the Navajo people.
The Home Page of DiscoverNavajo.com has a link that will keep you up to date on events including festivals, fairs, and other cultural entertainment events. The Official Navajo Nation Visitor Guide will eventually be added online for download. This comprehensive guide to the Navajo Nation includes information about Navajoland, Navajo beliefs, attractions throughout the area, and an extensive visitor directory. Suggested itineraries on the website for self-drive touring connect the dots for a wide range of interests all across Navajo tribal lands. DiscoverNavajo.com is designed to be a one stop solution for exploring the Navajo Nation – its parks, monuments, museums, trading posts, and scenic byways.