Contact Us:

Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, AZ 86515
United States of America

Phone: 928-810-8501
Fax: 928-810-8500

Navajo Tourism Department

NAVAJO TOURISM DEPARTMENT

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Navajo Council Resolution ACAP-55-86 originally created the Office of Tourism within the Division of Resources in 1986.  Navajo Tribal Council Resolution CO-50-87 transferred the Office of Tourism to the Commission for Accelerating Navajo Development Opportunities (CANDO), pursuant to Resolution ACAU-196-87 and approved the Division of Economic Development’s revised Plan of Operation, that created the Navajo Tourism Department to participate in the development of tourism related projects. The Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) tax pass by Navajo Tribal Council resolution CJY-27-92, established the Navajo Nation Tourism Fund to be administered by the Navajo Tourism Department for tourism promotion, operational funds and for project development.

The Navajo Tourism Department (NTD) consists of five (5) staff to address three (3) program areas: Leadership/Administration, Marketing/Public Relations, & Project Development.

Physical Address:

Navajo Tourism Department
Karigan Professional Building
Highway 264 & 100 Taylor Road – Suite 209
St. Michaels, Arizona 86511

Mailing Address:

Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Email: 

info@discovernavajo.com

 

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Upcoming Events:

Apr
10
Sat
Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with Charles Winters @ ONLINE
Apr 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with Charles Winters
Saturday, April 10, 2021, 11:00 am – Arizona Time
Join Amerind for the free online lecture, Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with photographer Charles Winters. Winters will share the photographs he captured and discuss relationships he formed during a six-year project he undertook in the Canyon de Chelly community on the Navajo Nation.
Charles D. Winters, a photographer and cinematographer, photographed and taught photography at State University of New York in Oneonta, NY. His work has been exhibited widely most recently at the Amerind Museum and 3 books of his documentary photography have been published: “Too Wet to Plow: The Family Farm in Transition,” “The Catskills: Land in the Sky” and “Crossing Between Worlds: The Navajos of Canyon de Chelly.” Now retired, he lives in Bisbee, AZ.
This online program is free, but space is limited. To register visit: https://bit.ly/AmerindOnline041021