Considered a highlight of a cultural experience! Recommend 2 days/nights stay for full enjoyment. Located in central Monument Valley Tribal Park, very quiet with monument views in all directions and brilliant stars at night! Bed only, no breakfast. No electricity or running water. *Rugged dirt roads* Jeep tours to the backcountry. Follow me on Instagram for more amazing photography and life on the ranch: Monetvalley
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Enjoy the ambience of an authentic earth dwelling home inside a traditional Navajo Hogan. You and your guest/s will enjoy a cot bed with plenty of spacious area to move about. The warmth of a wood burning stove is sure to unwind a weary traveler on cold days/nights. Outside fire pit for campfires or grill your food on an iron grill. You must bring your own firewood or purchase a bundle for $5. Upon a week advance request, enjoy a homemade cuisine of Navajo Taco for dinner $15 per person. Must note any dietary restrictions.
• Very spacious with dirt earth floors. Wood burning stove is centrally located.
• During the hot summer months, the floor is dampened to provide a cooler night as well as humidity in the arid dessert.
• Four simple twin-size platform beds with a comfortable mattress. Clean sheets and pillows after each guests.
• A small table and pantry shelf for your dining needs.
• A traditional Navajo loom and weaving tools is set up for display.
• This is not a motel; expect dust and rain;
• Prepare for "camp-like" accommodations; Be Adventurous!
Servicios y zonas comunes
• Outhouse (restroom facility) is located 50 yards from the nearest hogan. •**Please don't swat anywhere when an outhouse is provided**
• Showers (men/women) is outside. It has a small bench and a shower bag and a bucket (sponge bathing).
• There is no hot water.
• Open fire pit for grilling or marsh mellow roasting.
• Two outside picnic tables.
• Firewood can also be purchased at Goulding's Grocery store.
• Short Hike to Sleeping Dragon or Hilltop panoramic view
Otros aspectos destacables
*We are on Daylight Savings Time* *One Hour ahead of Grand Canyon/Antelope Canyon*
• Things To Know:
- While traveling on the Navajo Nation, remember that you are on a sovereign, self-governing nation, and just as you would abroad, please obey all tribal laws and regulations.
- You do not need a passport to travel on Navajo Nation land.
- Navajo law enforcement have jurisdiction within the boundaries of Navajo land and roads, but also have jurisdiction on certain areas of the State of New Mexico, Arizona & County highways & roads. In turn, State & County Law Enforcement also have cross jurisdiction in certain areas of the Navajo Nation.
- Please keep in mind that the USE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND FIREARMS ARE BOTH STRICTLY PROHIBITED on the Navajo Nation.
- Please do not enter any areas that are marked off-limits, or that have been told are off-limits. If in doubt, ask.
- Please stay on the designated trails and established routes unless accompanied by a tour guide.
- Rock climbing and off-trail hiking are prohibited.
- Off-road travel by all terrain vehicles, dune buggies, jeeps and motorcycles is prohibited on back country roads.
- Please do not disturb or remove animals, plants, rocks or artifacts.
- Please keep Navajo land clean.
- Do not litter, burn debris, or bury trash.
- Please place refuse in trash containers.
• March/April are windy months, expect sandstorms! Bring a handkerchief and eye drops.
• Summer months are hot and dry. Bring a hat, glasses, sunscreen, and plenty of water.
• June to August is our monsoon season, expect thunderstorms and waterfalls off of Rain God Mesa and Thunderbird Mesa. Bring a rain poncho & an umbrella.
• If camping out, bring binoculars to watch the billion stars or even a galaxy if you have a telescope!
• Please RESPECT our home!
don't leave your trash behind
no alcohol beverage
dispose of your cigarette buds
don't swat anywhere to take a piss or poop
don't move beds
please keep blankets and pillows on the bed, not on the floor!
don't let any animals inside the hogan
watch out for snakes *usually will warn you*
some trash are not burnable *soda cans, glass bottles, tin cans*
• NO SMOKING OR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
• Small pets (trained) is okay to sleep inside the hogan as long as they are in a kennel.
• Large pets must stay outside
• Quiet hours is from 10pm to 7am
• Clean dishes before you leave.
• PLEASE TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU!!
• I would love to meet and greet with all my guests. It is preferred to arrive well before sunset:
• Check in: Summertime at 7:00 PM on Daylight Savings Time (Utah Time)
• Check in: Wintertime at 5:00 PM on regular time
• Late Arrivals: It is dark and hard to locate our home. Please call ahead of you are arriving late.
• A detailed information will be emailed to you when you confirm your reservation. I will message you on AirBnB.
Navajo Entrepreneur and mother to three kids. Caretaker of family ranch of sheep, goats, horses, cattle and household pets. Quiet and observant but loves to share and inform tourist about the Navajo Culture. I'm simple and down to earth with a good sense of humor and totally connected to my Navajo Tradition. Fluent in Navajo and English.