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Grand Canyon via Sedona and Navajo Reservation
"Your day trip from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon includes some of Arizona's most scenic landscapes. Start with a journey through the Sonoran Desert to the red rock country of Sedona where you will make a morning coffee break and a photo stop. Take a stroll through stunning Sedona before continuing your tour along a pretty 17-mile scenic drive in Oak Creek Canyon.You’ll travel up into the San Francisco Mountains surrounding t and you’ll have a break to eat drink in the boundless wonders of the canyon from great overlooks take a short nature walk or browse shops for souvenirs handcrafted by the local Indians.After your lunch break your guide will take you on a 23-mile driving tour along the rim of the Grand Canyon. This is the main event – incredible view after incredible view of the canyon will keep your jaw in a permanent dropped state. You’ll stop at viewpoints along the way to and then your guide will escort you by van from the canyon to the Navajo Reservation
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"45-minute Helicopter Flight Over the Grand Canyon from Tusayan
"45-minute Helicopter Flight Over the Grand Canyon from Tusayan Arizona ""You will depart Tusayan Arizona located in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the safest and most comfortable-tourism based helicopter in the world. On your 45-minute helicopter flight enjoy the luxurious comfort and wraparound windows which offer breathtaking views of the Canyon. Enjoy the fantastic views of the Canyon as you fly over the 1.6 million-acre (6500 km²) Kaibab National Forest which borders both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon. The Kaibab National Forest is home to the world’s largest ponderosa pines. Upon reaching the edge of the canyon
From $256.00
 
Grand Canyon Sunset Tour from Flagstaff
"Your tour starts with a climb from 4500 to 7000 feet to get a fantastic view of Arizona's highest mountain - the San Francisco Peaks an ancient volcano of 12600 feet. Continue toward the mystical rock formations of the Painted Desert and make a stop at historic Cameron Trading Post to shop for Native American artwork from the Zuni Hopi and the Navajo tribes. Your next stop is the incomparable Grand Canyon National Park. Catch a dramatic glimpse of the Little Colorado River Gorge and marvel at the glory of the Grand Canyon from some of the most amazing overlooks in the Park Lipan Point with its expansive view of the great gorge
From $164.00

More Things to Do in Window Rock

Navajo Zoo and Botanical Park

The Navajo Nation Zoo and Botanical Park located near the museum was established in 1962 and is the sole tribally-owed zoo. The animals reside in truly natural habitats surrounded by native vegetation...
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Basaic
Dec 01, 2009

Navajo Artistry

The Navajo, or Dine, are well known for their artistic excellence. They are well versed in making baskets and jewelry; and make pretty dresses. They also make traditional rugs with different women...
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Basaic
Dec 01, 2009

Museum Displays

Here are some of the displays inside the museum when I visited. Several displays rotate through so check the website to see what is on display when you plan to visit.The arrowheads in Photo 2 are not...
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Basaic
Dec 01, 2009

Navajo Museum and Visitors Center

Window Rock refers to both the rock formation which is sacred to the Navajo People and the town itself. Window Rock the town is the capitol of the Navajo Nation and has a population of over 3000. A...
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Basaic
Dec 01, 2009

Window Rock Park

Window Rock is the seat of government for the Navajo Nation. At the rock itself, there is a small park with an ornamental fountain. The nearby Navajo council building is apparently worth visiting...
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topmarmot
Jul 23, 2003

Navajo Nation Fair- Navajo Soveignty Day

During the month of September we have Navajo Nation Festival. We have many activities for 3 to 4 days. You can get on carnival rides, watch saddle bronc riding at the rodeo, watch the powwow dancers...
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siouxzanne2002
Jul 18, 2003
 
 
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Displays Inside the Museum

There were a number of interesting displays inside the museum when I visited. Some of the displays rotate so check with the website to see what will be on display when you plan to visit.
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Basaic
Dec 01, 2009

Navajo Capital

Window Rock is the capital of the Navajo Nation. This is the equivalent of the parliament of the Navajo Nation. It has an octagon shape like a traditional Navajo 'Hogan.'
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leplaya
Jan 10, 2006

The Navajo Nation Musuem

Was very interesting. Had displays on the Navajo Codetalkers, as well as other historical Navajo items of interest.
dacrites
Oct 03, 2002

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48 West Highway 264, Window Rock, Arizona, 86515, United States
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Top 5 Window Rock Writers

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siouxzanne2002

"Window Rock"
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dacrites

"Southwest Adventure '02 ~ Window Rock, AZ"
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Basaic

"Basaic Window Rock Page"
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"hockalocker's new Window Rock Page"
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Grazina

"The Heart of the Navajo Nation."
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