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WINDOW ROCK – Navajo President Jonathan Nez has extended the closure of the Navajo government until July 26 and also added another three more weekends of lockdowns for tribal members. He said his decision is based on input from tribal leaders, the vice president, and...
WINDOW ROCK – In a live video update on June 16th, Navajo President Jonathan Nez announced that the tribe will reinstate the 57-hour weekend curfew for the next two weekends and urged visitors to stay away. “Don’t go through Navajo. Don’t come through the Nation,”...
Navajo President Jonathan Nez today announced that the 57-hour weekend curfews will be lifted. “It will no longer be in place unless there is an increase of COVID-19 cases,” he said in an announcement today. The weekend lock down prevented visitors and even tribal...
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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.
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