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Please check out our available tours to combine with your overnight stay in the Hogan:

Are you considering or wondering about lodging possibilities in the Monument Valley area? How about an overnight stay in an authentic Navajo hogan?

A Navajo hogan is an authentic, traditional Navajo home. This multi-sided or dome-shaped dwelling with a doorway facing east is a place that is cherished and respected by all Navajos. Navajo creation stories describe how First Man and First Woman built the original hogan. It represents the universe and all the things in it. The hogan also represents the harmony that can be found in Nature.

A hogan is more than a home. Being a representation of the universe, it is also a sacred place for Navajo ceremonies.

Inside a hogan, a woodburing stove sits in the center of a single, unpartitioned room, and a stovepipe extends through the open smokehole.

The structure and materials of the Hogan are made out of natural resources such as desert juniper treesand ponderosa, juniper barks (for insulation), and dirt (red desert earth) plastered over the dome-shape structure - much like the igloo-shape of the Eskimos - made out of juniper logs. It's a perfect dwelling for such a delightful people as the Navajos. It's cool in the heat of the summer and warm in the winter.
We greatly enjoy sharing and letting you experience the original Navajo culture, traditions and our precious heritage. The Hogan overnight stay, which is private, comes complete with a delicious traditional Navajo Taco dinner. Staying in a hogan is like staying at a Residential, Primitive Camp. During the evening a campfire will be made: a wonderful time as we will share with you an experience of the Navajo way of Life with Navajo songs and stories.

 

Navajo Traditional Hogan Over-Night Tour Package
And Monument Valley Over night camping
 
FIT - Estimated Costs: $195 per person per night (includes tax)
Hogan Over-Night
 
The Monument Valley Simpson’s Trailhandler Tours (MVSTTours) proudly invite you to stay in their Navajo traditional Hogan We look forward serving you. Call for detail – 1 (435) 727-3362
 
Hogan - The structure and materials of the Hogan are made out of natural resources such as – desert juniper trees, juniper barks (for insulation), and dirt (red desert earth) plastered over the dome-shape structure (much like the igloo-shape of the Eskimos) made out of juniper logs. Our Hogan is set aside for a studio ceremonial setting, it was used primarily for ceremonial propose not for living quarter. The Hogan is a perfect dwelling for such a delightful people as the Navajos. It’s cool in the heat of the summer and warm in the winter. We unselfishly share and let you experiences the original Navajo culture, traditions and our precious heritage. Please, contact us for further details: phone (435) 727-3362 – The Hogan is a Residential, Primitive Camp –Are there bathroom facilities? Yes, we provide chemical toilets, wash pans, soap, towels, picnic tables, sleeping bags but no shower it’s a Residential, Primitive Camp. We only provide camping equipments…etc.
 
 
The Navajo Traditional Hogan Over-Night tour package includes:
If you want to experiences the Navajo culture and traditions here is your change!
 
  • Dinner – Vegetarian or non vegetarian Navajo Taco dish w/ drinks
  • Entertainment from flute playing to Navajo Singing and Dancing around camp fire
  • Presentation of the Navajo history, tradition and culture
  • Camp fire seasonal folk tale stories.
  • A 2.5 hours sunset jeep tour
  • A sunrise viewing jeep tour in the morning
  • Sleeping bag and mats
  • Chemical toilets
  • Continental European style breakfast
 
Monument Valley Over-Night camping package includes:
If you want to experiences the Navajo culture and traditions here is your change!
 
  • Dinner – Vegetarian or non vegetarian Navajo Taco dish w/ drinks
  • Entertainment from flute playing to Navajo Singing and Dancing around camp fire
  • Presentation of the Navajo history, tradition and culture
  • Camp fire seasonal folk tale stories.
  • A 2.5 hours sunset jeep tour
  • A sunrise viewing jeep tour in the morning
  • Tents, Sleeping bag and mats
  • Chemical toilets
  • Continental European style breakfast
 
Not included in the Over-Night Tour package
$5.00 p.p. / not entrance fee to The Navajo Tribal Park
Visit to traditional Navajo Hogan: OPTIONAL, $ 1, -p.p. extra (or $ 5, - for camcorder).
Gratuities / tips accepted by drivers and all Navajo are photographed!
 
Alcohol is prohibited on the Navajo reservation so do not allow it around the Hogan.
Gratuities / tips accepted by drivers and all Navajos’ photographed!

Please, contact us for further details, we would like to welcome you!

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NOTICE:
We ask kindly to call us in advance to make your reservation wit us. Vehicles and seats are limited folks.
We are working with and licensed by the Navajo Recreational Department of the Navajo Nation and the Monument Valley Tribal Park, and we are a member of the
Monument Valley Navajo Guide Association. PLEASE note: All tour descriptions and prices ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
Due to the popularity of our tours we kindly suggest making a reservation in advance so that we will best be able to accommodate you. We are unable to accept same day reservations.

We NOW accept all major credit cards.

We will be booking reservations and accepting credit cards over a secure Internet line soon.
For now, we kindly request to please call in, or e-mail us with your bookings. Thank you.

For information and/or reservations:

Write us at:
Monument Valley Simpson's
Trailhandler Tours
P.O. Box 360-377
Monument Valley, UT
84536 (USA).

Call toll-free at:
Toll-Free: 1 (888) 723-6236
Reservations: 1 (435)727-3362
FAX: 1 (435) 608-4424

For more information please
e-mail us at
info@trailhandlertours.com

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