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Who else knows more "inside information" about beautiful Monument Valley than the people that are born and raised there, the people that call it their Motherland? Our Great great-grandfather, Mr. Grey Whiskers, has left a legacy to his children, who to this day still live in Monument Valley. His knowledge and understanding has been respectfully shared from generation to generation, making it possible for different nationalities from all over the world who visit this wonderful and beautiful "Eighth Wonder of the World", to experience Monument Valley in the purest way.

As children, we played hide-and-seek among these huge rocks, we explored, we uncovered many amazing things and we learned what beauty is - believe me - as our eyes beheld the inspiring views. These were moments in which we realized the presence of the omnipotent forces of Nature among us. We gladly invite you to come share our great-great grandfather's legacy with us.

Monument Valley Simpson's Trailhandler Tours is owned and operated by Harold and Deborah Simpson. Our family and tourguides are all Navajos who are born and raised in this beautiful and enchanting place called Monument Valley, and we are proud and happy to share with you the beauty of our Motherland.

Our Great-Grandfather is the famous Grey Whiskers, after whom one of the great rock formations in Monument Valley is named. Our Grandma is his daughter: Betty Simpson (you see her on these two photos, weaving a Navajo rug and riding her favorite horse).

Our Grandma loved and respected her Motherland, and on our tours we will do our best to make you feel "at home", sharing with you a sense of the same love and respect that we cherish every day.

On all our tours, your experienced touguide will share with you his knowledge of the geology of Monument Valley, and the Culture, Traditions and Heritage of his people: the Dineh (Navajo).

NOTICE:

All reservation times are Navajo Nation Time. During Daylight Savings Time, this will be one hour faster than Arizona Time used in, for example, Page or Flagstaff, Arizona.

We ask you kindly to call us in advance to make your reservation. Vehicles and seats are limited.
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 accept all major credit cards and process all transactions using a secure connection.


We kindly request to refrain from sending credit cards via e-mail. Please call in, or fax us with your payment information. 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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