Expert Travel Advice to Canyon de Chelly National Monument

Top Answers To Canyon de Chelly National Monument Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    You do have to get a guide to hike down to the ruins. If you click on the link below, a page on Away.com will pop up that will give you the information that you need on how to book the tour, prices, etc. Happy hiking! http://bit.ly/cEFrTu
  • Anonymous user answered:
    You have some great opportunities to really experience Canyon de Chelly National Monument without having to climb. The following article describes the scenic drives in the park and where they lead: http://bit.ly/9Qq4MH There are also tours by vehicle through the canyon's backcountry provided by independent guides. If you scroll down on the following website, you will see an option to learn more about canyon tours: http://bit.ly/9lSlEn What a beautiful destination. Have a great trip!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    We offer Unimog Group and Private Jeep/Suv tours into Canyon de Chelly National Monument (AZ). And, we have over 2700 archaeological sites with over 700 standing ruins. All Navajo tour guides are authorized by the National Park Service. Go to: http://www.canyondechellytours.com Tel: (928) 674-5433.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Thunderbird Lodge (http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid8855-canyon-de-chelly-national-monument-hotelid830238-thunderbird-lodge-hotel.html) in nearby Chinle is Canyon de Chelly's only authorized off-road concessionaire. Half- and full-day tours are available ($46 and $74, respectively). More info at: http://bit.ly/c3hhp5

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