Monument Valley holidays

Located on the border of Arizona and Utah, Monument Valley is famous for its monolithic, otherworldly sandstone formations. Thanks to these striking Mars-red buttes and dramatic desert panoramas, it has served as the setting for many a Hollywood blockbuster. The valley is also a Navajo Tribal Park, and has been the home of Navajo families for generations. Most of the major monuments can be seen along a 27-kilometre dirt road. However, to explore further, you will need to hire a Navajo guide.

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