- 21 Ratings
Half Day Photo Tour in Monument or Mystery Valley
Learn about the Anasazi Indians as you experience their ancient ruins on a half-day guided adventure at either Monument or Mystery Valley. This tour allows you to be in charge by getting a chance to choose where you want to explore!
What You Will Do
- Enjoy having the choice of heading out to Monument Valley or nearby Mystery Valley on a half-day guided adventure back into time
- Uncover ancient Anasazi dwellings, petroglyphs, and pictographs along with natural arches when you choose to visit Mystery Valley
- Learn about the Anasazi Indians, when they lived in the valley many years ago, and why they left
- Enjoy many extra photo opportunities if you choose to see Monument Valley, while also experiencing many other ruins the area has to offer
- Half day tour in Monument Valley or Mystery Valley
- Bottled water
Please do not wear contact lenses due to dust in the air, but do wear closed toe shoes. Tours are not recommend for people with back problems due to rough road conditions.
Cancellations are accepted only 24 hours prior to tour date.
- 21 Ratings
Carlos was a wonderful guide. Not only did he take us to some amazing sites for pictures, he was also a wealth of information on the history of the Navajo Nation. We highly recommend his tour.
Elliott was an excellent tour guide! And we were surprised and pleased to have an entire tour to ourselves. Elliott never rushed the tour and took the time to answer all our questions and point out everything. It was wonderful! Thank you so much!
Pleasant, informative and good photo sites
We wanted a personal tour showing the delights of Monument Valley away from the majority of other visitors. Dan was extremely helpful in this so much so that we booked to go with him to Mystery Valley as well. Two trips that were thoroughly enjoyable, would recommend this to anyone who wants to get away from the crowds.
We want to give special thanks to Tully, our guide. He was very informative, providing valuable advice at each stop along the tour to maximize our photographic experience. At one site he pointed out a tree that, from a particular angle, framed one of the natural arch features. There is no way we would have found that on our own.
The Tour with Ray was so beautiful and interesting for us.