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  • Monument Valley is a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1,000 ft (300 m) above the valley floor

Sitting within Navajo Tribal Park, Monument Valley is one of this planet’s most awe-inspiring landscapes. The majestic terrain is dotted with stone buttes dramatically rising from red desert and shining atop stone mesas. Every scene is a perfectly chiselled masterpiece, from graceful ripples in the sand to the tips of sandstone formations. At night, all you have to do is look up for a million-dollar view, where millions of shining stars appear in the dark sky, a sight as magical as the lands that surround you.

Your departure point is the 17-mile Tribal Park Loop, a scenic drive that brings you to some of the most photographed points in the Valley, including the Mitten Buttes, Merrick Butte, Three Sisters, Yei-bi-chai, North Window, and the famous Totem Pole. Each scene feels like something out of an old Western movie, minus tumbleweeds blowing across the landscape. Trek into the rugged terrain on the Wildcat Loop, one of the only self-guided hikes available in the area. Since the park sits on Navajo lands, going any further into the Valley must be done with a local guide, who can provide you with the region’s rich history and colorful backstories.

As you drive towards the visitor’s centre, Navajo artisans sell arts, crafts, food, and souvenirs lining the road into the beautiful park. Monument Valley itself is a bit more desolate than other national parks in Southern Utah, so come prepared as you explore the ancient lands.

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  • American Grandeurs

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: Grandeur describes this trip beautifully. The scenery is magnificent throughout but comes in flavours ranging from majestic and spectacular to, merely, breathtaking. Rocky Mountain National Park, Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon and Monument Valley are all in there while glimpses of the Old West can be found in Cortes and Durango. You can also enter the Garden of the Gods and admire pueblos and artisan enclaves in Taos and Santa Fe.
    Duration:
    15 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,991
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Canyon Adventure

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: Allow yourself to be dazzled by the neon night sky of Las Vegas, America’s greatest lightshow and compare it to the sparkling stars when you look at the brilliant constellations displayed above you at Bryce Canyon. On this trip you can visit all of Utah’s Mighty Five as well as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mesa Verde National Park. To top it all off drive through Monument Valley, the most iconic image of the American West.
    Duration:
    8 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 980
    Trip Type:
    Active & Adventurous, Self-Drives
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  • Cities and Canyons

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: Bookended by Las Vegas and San Francisco, this is a trip that combines fantastic urban experiences with breathtaking landscapes of unimaginable shapes, sizes and colours. Drive the largest remaining stretch of Route 66 enroute to the Grand Canyon, followed by an opportunity to see Utah’s ‘Mighty Five’. Add Monument Valley and Yosemite and you have material for several dinner parties.
    Duration:
    15 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,449
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • The Wild, Wild West

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: A fascinating trip through places that boast a serious Wild West pedigree. Tucson, Tombstone, Albuquerque, and Durango still carry an authentic western vibe, while Mesa Verde, the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley offer spellbinding panoramic landscapes. The urban glamour of Los Angeles, beaches of San Diego and dazzling lights of Las Vegas round out a memorable drive.
    Duration:
    13 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,181
    Trip Type:
    Active & Adventurous, Self-Drives
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