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  1. Antelope Canyon Tour Operators

    All areas of the Antelope Canyon are only accessible via guided tour. Tour guides are mandatory. To make arrangements for your visit to Antelope Canyon, please select a guided tour operator from our list of recommended operators.

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  2. Public Notice

    Public Notice regarding Navajo Nation tribal parks, permits, etc. for Monument Valley, Four Corners, or Antelope Canyon,

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  3. Guided Tour Operators

    We work closely with tour guide operators in Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and more areas within the Navajo Nation. Explore our guided tour operator pages for recommended guided tours in the Navajo Nation.

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  4. Directions

    Explore the map for directions to our main office and tribal parks in the Navajo Nation, including Four Corners, Antelope Canyon, and Monument Valley.

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  5. Lake Powell Tribal Park

    A long time ago, herds of pronghorn antelope roamed freely in Antelope Canyon, which explains the canyon’s English name. It is not known exactly when people first discovered Antelope Canyon. According to local Navajos, who have lived here for some time, the canyon and the LeChee area were places where cattle grazed in winter.

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  6. Tribal Parks

    Learn more about our Navajo Nation Tribal Parks in Monument Valley Antelope Canyon, Canyon de Chelly, Little Colorado River and Four Corners Monument.

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  7. Entry Fee

    Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Entrance fees are priced per vehicle or by per person basis, valid for day of purchase. Guided Tours only in valley.

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  8. Contact Us

    If you have any questions regarding Navajo Nation tribal parks, permits, etc. for Monument Valley, Four Corners, or Antelope Canyon, please feel free to call us or contact us by using the message form. We will get back to you shortly!

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  9. Home

    Upon our Reopening we will offer Guided Tours Only in Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park areas.

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Navajo Nation Parks & Rec

(928) 871-6647

Land Department/Parks & Recreation 48 West Taylor Rd. Bldg #8966, Hwy 264,  St. Michaels, Arizona 86515

Our Mission is to protect, preserve and manage tribal parks, monuments and recreation areas for the perpetual enjoyment and benefit of the Navajo Nation – the spectacular landscapes, buttes, canyons, clean air, diversity of plants and wildlife, and areas of beauty and solitude.

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