October 12-15, 2021
March 14-17, 2022
Price: $825 per person/double
$1025 per person/single
Depart Phoenix with a lunch stop in Sedona before traveling on to the beautiful and magnificent Page area. A welcome dinner is included this evening at the hotel. (D)
A continental beakfast is included before you enjoy a tour of Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is a small but exquisitely beautiful geological formation in Northern Arizona. It takes only an hour or two to see it all, but it is worth the time! Its unsurpassed beauty is breathtaking. Antelope Canyon is a Photographer's dream! Lunch is on your own in Page before departing to Tuba City. Be prepared for a wonderful learning experience as you travel to Tuba City to view the interactive Navajo Code Talkers Museum and the Historic Tuba City Trading Post. Check into the Quality Inn Tuba City. (CB)
Breakfast is included before you depart for a tour of the fabulous and beautiful Monument Valley where you will discover why it is considered one of the centerpieces of beauty on Navajo Land. Beautiful red sandstones push skyward from the vast expanse of desert floor, creating a striking set of formations that stand together against an umbrella of blue skies. Lunch is on your own in Kayenta before you depart for Canyon de Chelly. You will thrill to the delights of the beautiful and breathtaking Canyon de Chelly! Nowhere in Navajo land is the blend of past tradition and present culture more evident than at Canyon de Chelly National Monument,, This Monument is home to several periods of Indian Culture dating from 350 A.D. to 1300 A.D. The 26-mile Canyon’s sheer cliffs range from 30 to more than 1,000 ft. providing a spectacular backdrop for hundreds of Anasazi Ruins, as well as modern Navajo homes and farms. Continue to Window Rock and check into the Quality Inn in Window Rock.
Breakfast is included before you visit Window Rock. This park has many symbolic structures: a circular path outlining the four cardinal directions, 16 angled steel pillars with the name of war veterans, and a healing sanctuary that is used for reflection and solitude that features a fountain made of sandstone. Also visit the Navajo Nation Tribal Chambers – similar to our US Capitol Building. Lunch is included at St. Michael Indian School. Then depart for the Hubbell Trading Post and National Historic Site. Hubbell Trading Post is the oldest continuously operated trading post in the United States, a National Historic Site that features a bookstore, exhibits, rug weaving demonstrations and picnic tables. Then return to the Valley.