Tuba City
Tuba City - It is the Navajo Indian Reservation's largest community. Most of Tuba City's residents are Navajo, with a small Hopi minority.
The Hopi Reservation
The Hopi Reservation, in Northeastern Arizona, occupies parts of Navajo and Coconino Counties. It encompasses approximately 1,542,306 acres of which 911,000 acres is identified as the Hopi Partitioned Lands. The Reservation consists of three major mesas rising up to 7,200 feet, surrounded by low altitude deserts and gullies. The land is most suitable for grazing with potential for agricultural development.

Hopi Market - Home of Authentic Hopi Arts and Crafts and the Hopi Artist, the Hopi Market is located on the Hopi Indian Reservation. They specialize in Authentic Hopi arts and crafts, Katsina or kachina dolls, Rattles, Pottery, overlay jewelry, coil plaques, wicker plaques, sifter baskets, weavings, paintings, Native food, Zuni fetishes, Navajo rugs and many other hand crafted items.

5 miles West of Tuba City, the north side of 160 is the villiage of Moenkopi, and very detailed, clear dinosaur tracks. The sandstone is full of tracks. that range in size from the size of a plate to about the size of a garbage can lid. There is also a partial dinosaur skeleton embedded in the rock, coprolite and a 4 inch claw. Expect to tip the guide $10 - $15 per person.
Navajo National Monument
Navajo National Monument preserves three intact cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Puebloan people. The people that lived in the area of the Monument made beautiful pottery.
A visitor center, museum, three short self-guided trails, two small campgrounds, and a picnic area provide service to travelers that make the trek to this remote hamlet. U.S. National Park Service Website
Kayenta - Kayenta is the gateway to Monument Valley, the eighth wonder of the world. Monument Valley is 30 miles north of this town of 4,922 residents. Take US Highway 163 north at Kayenta. Kayenta. Arizona is one of the most spectacular places on the Navajo Nation, you have to be there to experience it fully.
Kayenta is known for the code talkers that were so critical to the communication in World War II. There is a very nice display about the code talkers in the Burger King resturant in Kayenta.
The Navajos used their verbal skills to allow critical tactical battlefield information to our Marines while preventing the Japanese from decoding these messages in WW II. The Japanese were able to decode all the messages we sent otherwise, so we reserved the Navajo for the most crucial.
Monument Valley
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Beautiful Monument Valley sits quietly in the northwest portion of the Navajo Nation. The landscape overwhelms, not just by its beauty but also by its size.

The fragile pinnacles of rock are surrounded by miles of mesas and buttes, shrubs, trees and windblown sand, all comprising the magnificent colors of the valley providing scenery that is simply spellbinding.

Monument Valley has been used for many western movies for good reason. It is one of the most majestic and most photographed points on earth.

1939 - "Stagecoach"
1946 - "My Darling Clementine"
1956 - "The Searches"
1962 - "How The West Was Won"
1974 - "The Trial of Billy Jack"
1981 - "The Legend of the Lone Ranger"
1990 - "Back To The Future III"
Four Corners
The Four Corners is the only place in the United States where four states ( Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado) come together at one place.

The unique landmark is managed by the Navajo Nation and is open for visits from the public. There is a small visitor center, which is open year round.

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