Homeland Tours - ....in beautiful Monument Valley, Utah/Arizona
About Us

Discover over thousands of years of history in 1.5, 2.5, 4, or 6 hours on our Tours! We are a Local Native American Indian owned Company! Homeland Tours started in 1990 as a horseback riding tour company and grew to also do 4x4 vehicle guided tours in 2000. Today, we are proud to say that we are more experienced and can share more information about the area and give you an accurate account of the traditional ways of life in the Monument Valley....
Come and experience our Navajo Indian culture and history as you travel through the picturesque landscape on one of our specialized tours. Plan to be amazed by the splendid, gigantic red sandstone monoliths, magical arches, and towering pinnacles of 100 feet to 1,500 feet tall, panoramic vies of the Valley, as well as ancient Anasazi pictographs, petroglyphs, and pre-historic dwellings. Expect to find some local Native Indian dwellings and livestock along the desert landscapes.  Our goal is to show you our part of the world with an emphasis on culture and heritage of a local Navajo life. Let us give you a memorable trip to boast about for years to come!
 
We offer tours in 4X4 Open Air Vehicles, or enclosed vehicles, dependent on current weather. Our business is open from Sunrise to Sunset. Information about horseback rides for the first-time or experienced rider are also available.
Contact us for INFORMATION ON ALL CURRENT TOUR PRICES AND RESERVATIONS, or other questions. 
 
WHERE TO FIND US:
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Visitor Center premises. Monument Valley, UT/AZ is located on the border of Southeastern Utah and Northeastern Arizona on US Hwy 163.

 ..a Quote:
"Nowhere in the world can one find a similar effect of nature's work. Words alone, cannot begin to describe the thousand-foot pyramid and castles, the slender tower, bridges, arches and the sandstone formations that dominate Monument Valley." -Joseph Muench
 
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