NDOH PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ORDER NO. 2022-004; Declares “Yellow Status” for all Businesses and Increases the maximum occupancy allowed to 75-percent, which includes restaurants, casinos, hotels including campgrounds and RV parks, museums, zoos, marinas and parks, thereby Navajo Parks and Recreation will continue to follow all safety protocols. All Navajo Tribal Parks are following all NDOH and CDC Guidelines; therefore Navajo Nation mandates Wearing Masks in Public indoor/outdoor.
***Per Mask Mandate Masks to be worn at all times Indoor/Outdoor.***
Monument Valley Tour Operators
To book a guided tour in Monument Valley, please select a tour operator from the list below.
There are tour guides available upon arrival. Please take a look at out Guided Tours tab on the main page.
The Monument Valley 17- mile loop is now accessible by vehicle. If you would like to avoid the long wait time, we ask that you take one of the Guided Tours provided. You can purchase tour upon your arrival.
Due to Covid -19 Protocols we ask that you wear your mask at all times indoor/outdoor. This is for public and community protection. Also, masks are required in all Navajo Tribal Park areas per Navajo Nation mandate as we are a sovereign nation and are able to implement our own laws on the Nation. Per Navajo Nation Executive Order No. 2021-013.
All Navajo Tribal Parks are Closed on: November 25, 2021 –Thanksgiving, November 26, 2021 – NN Family Day, December 25, 2021 Christmas Day, and January 1, 2022, New Year’s Day. MV Park Security will be on duty and monitoring the area.
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.