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Travel Navajo Online is an independent travel web site created by members of the Navajo Nation. During this pandemic, access to the Navajo Nation has been restricted to protect the health and safety of tribal members. But at some point these restrictions will be lifted and most likely limited. We encourage you to subscribe today so we can keep you informed about the latest and how you can safely travel across the reservation. We will add more stories and sections in the coming weeks. For now it’s free. And if you like our content, leave a donation.

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Visit Spectacular Navajoland

Straddling the border of three Southwestern states – Arizona, New Mexico and Utah – the Navajo Reservation is 27,000 square miles of spectacular scenery, a rich Native American culture, and canyons and mesas to explore and discover.

Visitors can photograph beautiful vistas, find outdoor recreation destinations, meet the Native people, taste traditional foods, and purchase authentic Native American arts and crafts.

The site developer is a full-blooded member of the Navajo Nation. In his travels, he found it difficult to find independent, reliable information about destinations. Read more about us here.

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Content is provided by professional writers and photographers who have extensive journalism experience and insight among the Navajo people.

Before Your Visit to Navajo

Before you plan a visit to the Navajo Reservation, subscribe to and plan your trip with more in depth information. You’ll enjoy access to detailed location information for scenic attractions, in depth cultural information, where to eat, where to shop and where to stay. The site’s blog is updated weekly and many of the content pages will continue to evolve.


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