Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, AZ 86515
United States of America
There is nothing like touring the Navajo Nation and viewing all the sites – but what if you want to see a more exclusive side of Navajoland? This is when you will want to hire a Navajo Guide to take you on a once-in-a-lifetime tour. Each tour guide has the knowledge, history and cultural background of the sites they will take you. Provided below is a listing of tour guide companies.
This Navajo-owned Tour Company. Navajo Tours USA, we guide you on walking tours into the Bisti badlands and Chaco Canyon. We share indigenous history, tread with safety, and experience with respect. Schedule an appointment through their website below.
TOURS OFFERED on NAVAJOLAND – Hiking, Camping, and can guide night photographers into areas such as the Bisti Badlands area!
For more information contact:
Owner: Kialo Winters
P.O. Box 1795
Cuba, NM 87013
Mystical Antelope Canyon Tours & Arrowhead campground
Come experience Mystical Antelope Canyon located on the rustic, beautiful lands of the Navajo Nation. Mystical Antelope Canyon and Arrowhead Campground are located near the town of Page, Arizona. We give our guests the opportunity to experience the Diné (Navajo) way of life. We offer the following options for an overnight stay: onsite space rental for tents; one of our two tipi’s; or a traditional Navajo hogan. Guests are encouraged to join us on a tour of Antelope Canyon to see the Mystic for themselves.
We offer two tours of Antelope Canyon:
- BASIC TOUR
- Delve deep into the depths of Antelope Canyon with Lester Littleman (Company Co-Owner). Follow him through the twists, turns, and narrow passages as he explains the history and mysticism behind the canyon. Guests may bring cell phone cameras.
- PROFESSIONAL TOUR
- In this tour, professional photographers can bring their equipment and crew into the canyon to capture special events such as weddings and graduations. Tours will be led by Lester Littleman. Before booking, photographers must obtain a special use permit per the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Rules. Participants must also sign a photo/film agreement. Drones are not permitted in Navajo parks.