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Our most recommended Utah Fall Activities

Monument Valley: 2.5-Hour Tour with Backcountry Access

1. Monument Valley: 2.5-Hour Tour with Backcountry Access

See all the sights of Monument Valley on a 2.5-hour small group tour lead by a local guide. Enjoy an exclusive visit to the valley’s backcountry, which is only accessible with a Navajo guide. Visit sandstone arches and famous monuments such as the 3 sisters, John Ford Point, Moccasin Arch, the Totem Pole, the Big Hogan, Sun’s Eye, North Window and Sleeping Dragon. Stop by West and East Mitten Buttes and capture the perfect picture of this iconic landmark. Marvel at spectacular panoramas. Admire natural structures that will leave you speechless. Immerse yourself in Navajo culture. Learn about the history of this incredible place. Visit a Navajo Hogan, a traditional Navajo home. Watch a rug weaving demonstration. Enjoy a ceremonial music performance performed by your guide.

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3-Hour Sunset Tour of Monument Valley

2. 3-Hour Sunset Tour of Monument Valley

Enjoy this small-group tour of Monument Valley and discover the breathtaking monuments you’ve seen in photos and western movies. See the famous West and East Mitten Buttes, John Ford Point, the Three Sisters, Moccasin Arch, the Totem Pole, The Big Hogan, Moccasin Arch, Sun's Eye, North Window and Sleeping Dragon.  Travel by safari-style open-air vehicle or by an enclosed van in cold or hot weather. Your guide will share with you a lot of interesting facts about the Monument Valley. You will even visit the backcountry of the valley, that you can’t visit on your own. Learn many interesting facts about Navajo culture and visit a Navajo Hogan, a traditional Navajo home to watch a rug weaving demonstration and to enjoy a ceremonial musical performance by your guide.

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Moab: 3-Hour Jet Boat Tour to Dead Horse Point State Park

3. Moab: 3-Hour Jet Boat Tour to Dead Horse Point State Park

Start your 3-hour boat tour just 2 miles north of Moab, on the banks of Colorado River. After a safety orientation, you’ll begin your scenic tour. Relax and enjoy the ride. Your covered boat has plenty of shaded seats so you won’t get caught in the sun. Glide down the Colorado River, passing remote side canyons. You may be able to spot some wildlife and birds. Marvel at the 2,200 feet of canyon walls above you, a fossilized sea bed, wonderful views of arches, Indian petroglyphs, and a unique view of an Indian granary. Along the way, your guide will point out interesting sights and inform you of the areas past and present. Pass through the bottom Dead Horse State Park, the iconic Thelma and Louise Point, and a natural amphitheater. Travel 32 miles downriver until you reach the entrance of Canyonlands National Park, where the captain will turn back.

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What people are saying about Utah

Our tour guide Sandrea was absolutely fantastic! Although it was cold, she provided us with blankets in our open air vehicle. Make sure to layer up if you come for the sunset tour. It was amazing to experience the musical performance by her and the rug weaving demonstration by Effie. Definitely try out the fried bread and take a picture on the horse at John Ford point. Sandrea gave us detailed and personal facts about her culture and the history which was so insightful. She was very kind and made sure we took all the pictures we needed. I would definitely love to come back again using this tour! Thank you Sandrea

Our tour guide, Andrea, was fantastic. We learned a lot and got to see parts of the reservation most others don't. It was definitely worth the money.

Great experience and a unique way of discovering Monument Valley, seeing things not accessible with a private vehicle.

It’s really an unforgettable tour under Larry’s guidance. We saw the best part of the Valley.

Easy to book online. We liked our guide and overall experience was really great!