Arizona is home to several North American indigenous communities, many of them Navajo. A visit to Arizona offers a chance to learn more about their history and culture. These are just a few of the experiences you shouldn’t miss, including sites you can only see with an American Indian guide.
Tour Antelope Canyon, a narrow sandstone slot canyon inside the Navajo Nation, with a local Navajo guide.
Learn about the area’s earliest residents with a walk through the American Indian ruins at Wupatki National Monument.
Have lunch at an authentic Navajo trading post, known for its fry bread tacos and locally made art and jewelry.
Marvel at Native American art dating back some seven centuries at the Honanki Heritage Site.
Experience the natural beauty of Monument Valley on a day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona, stopping at traditional Navajo homes as you travel through the vast Navajo Nation.