Come discover the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American tribe in the United States, which lies on 27,000 square miles of land in Arizona, Utah, and northwestern New Mexico. Navajo land has a long history and deeply rooted culture, which you can experience by visiting national monuments, tribal parks, and historical sites. Feeling adventurous? Take a hike, boat ride, or a Jeep tour. Camp under the stars, sleep in a Hogan, or relax in a Navajo-owned hotel.
Some well-known Navajo cultural attractions include the Monument Valley Tribal Park, Canyon de Chelly National Park, Little Colorado River Tribal Park, Window Rock Pinnacle, Navajo Veterans Memorial Park, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, the Navajo-owned Casinos at Northern Edge, Churchrocks Fire Rock, Flowing Wells and Twin Arrows, Shiprock Pinnacle, Navajo Nation Museum, Asaayi Campground at Asaayi Lake, Narbona Pass Campground, Toadlena Trading Post, and the Four Corners Navajo Tribal Park to name a few. Bring your loved ones and discover Navajo!