Monument Valley Tour From Sedona Arizona

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Monument Valley Trip

Your private group tour to Monument Valley from Sedona includes a picnic lunch, water, snacks, and park entry fees.

Season: All year weather permitting

Approximate Tour Time:
12 Hours
Departs at 7:00 AM

Private Tour Fee:
$995 for first 4 guests total
$100 each additional guest
$90 per child 3 to 15 years old
9th guest is free
Fees exclude guide gratuity

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Tour of Monument Valley

A Silver Spur Tours Exclusive. Enhance your Arizona journey experience with a tour of Monument Valley Tribal Park on the Navajo Indian Reservation. Since your private group tour originates from Sedona, an added bonus is an ascent and descent of Oak Creek Canyon which has been described as one of America's most scenic drives.

Monument Valley Tour Highlights

VIP Group Pickup.  Your group will be met at its point of lodging in Sedona, AZ.

Customized Mercedes Touring Van. Soft leather reclining Captains seats. 6' 3" of ceiling height. Maximum of 9 guests with lots of leg room Read more about the Luxury Van.

Ascent up Oak Creek Canyon. A 2,000 foot winding climb up beautiful Oak Creek Canyon.

Closeup Views of San Francisco Peaks. Tallest mountain range in Arizona.

Lunch is served and included. Enjoy gourmet sandwiches as you view Monument Valley

Goulding's Lodge Navajo Trading Post. Awesome views of Monument Valley and its red buttes and monoliths from this historic trading post. Try an authentic Indian Fry Bread Taco (not included).

On to Monument Valley Tribal Park

Monument Valley is the sacred land of the Navajo Nation where Navajo Indian families have lived in Monument Valley for generations. They still practice traditions and cultures of past centuries. The iconic red monoliths, buttes, mesas and spires spread through 0ver 100,000 acres is the natural beauty and enticement to these well-known landscape attractions. But learning about the Navajo People and their history is as interesting and enjoyable as the visual feast.

Ancient Anasazi Indians inhabited the Monument Valley for over a thousand years, but abandoned the area in about 1300 AD. Many archeologists believe they were the ancestors of the Navajo Indians. Many disagree on when the first Navajos came to Monument Valley, but they have been working the land, herding sheep and creating handmade blankets, crafts and jewelry for centuries. Your Silver Spur Guide will drive you through the park to some of the more view points of buttes, monoliths, spires, mesas, and highlight points.

Your day trip tour will return back to Sedona through Flagstaff, Arizona with a descent into Oak Creek Canyon to your hotel or point of lodging in Sedona AZ. A Private Monument Valley tour from Flagstaff is also available.

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