What to do and see in Monument Valley, Utah (UT): The Best Budget-friendly Things to do

September 15, 2021 Veronika Gaddis

Discover the best top things to do in Monument Valley, United States including Navajo Spirit Tours, Monument Valley Safari, Dineh Bekeyah Tours, Three Sister Navajo Guided Tour, Monument Valley Tribal Tours, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Sacred Monument Tours, Goulding's Monument Valley, Wildcat Trail, Goulding’s Trading Post Museum..
Restaurants in Monument Valley

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5.0 based on 1,694 reviews

Navajo Spirit Tours

Our guides will take you on an adventure through a land full of Beauty and Mystery. Navajo Spirit Tours is dedicated to sharing culture, history, geology and archeology of the area. It is important to us that you feel as though you are part of Monument Valley and not just a visitor.

2. Monument Valley Safari

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5.0 based on 1,530 reviews

Monument Valley Safari

Monument Valley's premier off-road adventure company. Navajo owned, our experienced guides will show you the best of Monument Valley. We offer sightseeing tours, photographic tours, unique cultural experiences and more.

3. Dineh Bekeyah Tours

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5.0 based on 878 reviews

Dineh Bekeyah Tours

Dineh Bekeyah offers guided tours through various viewpoints in Monument Valley as well as Hunts Mesa and Mystery Valley. We offer Scenic, Cultural, Combination, Photography, Starlight and Full Moon Tours. The duration of the tours vary from 1.5 hours to 7 hours to ALL DAY. Our guided tours transport our guests through Monument Valley by open-air safari vehicles. Our office is located in the Navajo Market buildings right next to the Welcome Center off Highway 163 and Indian Route 42 East.

4. Three Sister Navajo Guided Tour

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5.0 based on 176 reviews

Three Sister Navajo Guided Tour

Our team are all Navajo Guides. We will take you into the back country of Monument Valley. Your guide will explain the history and culture of our people. We offer 1.5 hour tours for those who might be pressed for time or choose 2.5 to 6 hour tours. Through our magnificent tours you'll see mother earths beautiful natural arches, large red sandstone rock formations, petroglyphs and ruins left behind from the ancient ones, You will also have the option of visiting my Great grandmothers Navajo traditional hogan. Inside the hogan there will be a rug weaving demonstration as well cultural time. your guide will go into depth explaining how we use our herbs for natural healing, so much too see and experience... come and book a tour.

5. Monument Valley Tribal Tours

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5.0 based on 342 reviews

Monument Valley Tribal Tours

We shuttle tours right from The View Hotel and from the KOA Campground! We offer a variety of different tours that include the highlights and backcountry of Monument Valley! We also have some of the best accomadating tour guides who are talented musicians. They are knowledgeable about the Navajo people, geography and the ancestral history that remains in the valley today!

6. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

US Highway 160 & US Hwy 163, Monument Valley, UT 84536 +1 435-727-5874 http://navajonationparks.org/htm/monumentvalley.htm
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4.5 based on 6,848 reviews

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Reviewed By wendym188 - Southampton, United Kingdom

Fantastic place to visit, stay in the view hotel and watch the sun set and sunrise,truly beautiful,make sure you go on a tour of monument valley,they take you off road to see some beautiful rock formations which you wouldn’t see if driving yourself.

7. Sacred Monument Tours

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4.5 based on 451 reviews

Sacred Monument Tours

We're a Jeep and Horseback tour service in Monument Valley located on the border of Utah and Arizona. The Sacred Monument Tours is a family owned business with over 20 years of experience. We guide visitors from all over the world inside the popular Navajo Tribal Park. Whether family, spouse or working professional we're here to help you get the best out of your stay.

8. Goulding's Monument Valley

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4.5 based on 502 reviews

Goulding's Monument Valley

Located in spectacular Monument Valley, Utah, Goulding's Lodge & Tours offers three different lodging options: 63 standard lodge rooms, 68 new suites, and 15 different houses or apartment units. In addition to lodging, Goulding's has a full-service RV park and campground, grocery store, gas station/convenient store with food court, museum and gift shop. We also offer scheduled tours and can arrange private excursions that enable guests to search out the mystery and enchantment of this extraordinary area.

9. Wildcat Trail

Off UT-163 Monument Valley National Park, Monument Valley, UT 84536 http://www.navajonationparks.org
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4.5 based on 374 reviews

Wildcat Trail

Reviewed By Roadtripfus

We took this hike early December. Perfect hiking weather! About a 2 hour easy/moderate hike around one of the Mittens. Took the hike late afternoon and worked up an appetite for a Navajo Taco dinner at the View Hotel.

10. Goulding’s Trading Post Museum.

1000 Main Street Monument Valley, Monument Valley, UT 84536 +1 435-727-3231 http://www.gouldings.com/museum/
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4.5 based on 655 reviews

Goulding’s Trading Post Museum.

Reviewed By cuddyvalley - Frazier Park, United States

They had rugs on sale, but just sooo expensive! They had nice jewelry, things for kids, Navajo products, really big, worth a visit!

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