As a 100-percent Diné owned company, Navajo Tours USA offers interpretive tour guiding with Diné guides. Walk amongst, and learn about, the thousands of naturally sculpted toadstools, mushrooms, tent rocks, and spires at the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness. Learn how the Ancestral Puebloans practiced archeoastronomy by aligning architectural works to solar and lunar cycles at Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
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Bisti Wilderness Adventure
The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is located in the San Juan Basin in northwest New Mexico. The area offers stunning rock formations made of sandstone, shale, coal, and silt. These rock formations become sculpted through extensive weathering and have names like Alien Throne, Egg Hatchery, Stone Wings, Conversing Hoodoos, and more! Meet your guide at any wilderness trailhead or contact us to receive a custom itinerary to help plan your trip. We share indigenous history, tread with safety, and experience with respect.
Chaco Canyon Adventure
Chaco Culture National Historical Park (NHP) in northwest New Mexico is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For over 1,200 years, our Ancestral Puebloan architecture has stood the test of time. Dozens of Great Houses mapped to celestial alignments, spanning over great distances, is a testament to the engineering skill of our ancestors. Today, our indigenous communities still have a connection to this region through family, kinship, and ceremony. Meet your guide at the Visitor Center at Chaco Culture NHP or contact us to receive a custom itinerary to help plan your trip. We share indigenous history, tread with safety, and experience with respect.
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