Hopi Reservation Tour

TOTAL: $

Travel up through Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff and then onto the Navajo Reservation.

This tour departs from Sedona at 7:30 am and travels up through Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff and then onto the Navajo Reservation. The first stop is on the Third Mesa at Old Orabi, the oldest continuously inhabited village in North America. Following a brief tour through the community, the tour travels to Second Mesa where the Hopi Cultural Center is located. We stop here for lunch which includes the option of eating some of the traditional Hopi foods at the buffet provided in the restaurant. We also tour the museum which celebrates the honored history of the Hopi past. Travel to the First Mesa where passengers get to experience the living culture of the Hopi with a tour of the ceremonial village of Walpi with a Hopi guide. Walpi is over 600 years old and still has Kivas that are used today for the preparations for the Hopi Ceremonies.

Lunch is Included. Enjoy the Hopi food buffet or American lunch.

Tour Highlights:

Complimentary pickup at your Sedona resort 

Fun, informative narration by our guides who are knowledgeable about the Native American Cultures

On-board informational video 

See the Oak Creek Canyon  & the tallest peak in Arizona

Complimentary snacks and water

Children ages 2-14 require a child's ticket

 

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