Navajo Cultural Tour

Day 1

Introduction to the Navajo Indian Culture

Tuba City, Arizona, the starting point of the Indian Culture Tour, is easily accessible to travelers, at no more than a two hour drive from Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon, or Flagstaff. It is a great tour to learn and experience the Navajo Indian Culture.

Visit the latest Northern Arizona Attraction; the remarkable Explore Navajo Interactive Museum in Tuba City. First exihibited at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Explore Navajo has been called the “Western Gateway” to Navajo country. Situated in the “hub” of Northern Arizona, this museum is over 7,000 sq. feet, and features Navajo rugs, Pottery, stories of creation, and a traditional Navajo Hogan (home). [Codetalker Museum]

Along with Explore Navajo, the anticipated and respectfully  dedicated Navajo Code Talkers Museum features machinery and tools used in battle, victory stories, transcript of a Code Talker and exceptionally detailed photos.

Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay at the Quality Inn Navajo Nation. Enjoy southwestern comfort and a convenient base to explore the richness of Navajoland and its people.  After a dinner of traditional Navajo cuisine, Southwestern or American food at the Hogan Restaurant, schedule some time to take in the beautiful Navajo sunset and a warm summer’s eve.

Introduction to the Navajo Indian Culture

Day 2

Monument Valley- The Wild West

Navajo girl monument valley

Day 3

Navajo Nation Capital & Window Rock

Window Rock and Code Talkers Monument

Navajo Cultural Tour

3 days

258 Miles/415 KM


Tuba City, Arizona
Window Rock, AZ


  • Navajo Interactive Museum
  • Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprise
  • Monument Valley Tribal Park
  • Navajo Nation Council Chambers
  • Navajo Nation Zoological & Botanical Park

Best time of year

Featured Accommodations & Attractions
Listing City Phone Web
Navajo Nation Museum & Library Window Rock, Arizona (928) 871-7941



Newsletter Signup

CLICK HERE to sign up for our newsletter and the latest NativeAmerica. Travel news

Newsletter Signup