Traveling in Native America

Get in touch with America's past with offerings from these small businesses owned by tribal members.

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Arizona: A Valley of history
Arizona: A Valley of history
The view from one of the hotel's balconies of Monument Valley.
The View Hotel stands right inside the spectacular Monument Valley. You can take Navajo-led hiking and jeep tours of the mitten rock formations, ancient Anasazi dwellings, petroglyphs and natural arches. An all-day jeep tour costs $118, including lunch. The hotel, owned by Armanda Ortega, a member of the Navajo Nation, opened in December. Room rates range from $99 to $225.

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A photo excursion in the Badlands Photographer Brad Swonetz's visual tour of the trip. More

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