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The experience of the Ti Lets Cruise Tour

Many of our guests come from not just other parts of the United States, but from just about every corner of the globe. In fact, we have had visitors come from every continent (except Antartica of course) since we re-opened from the Covid-19 closures.

Many of our visitors are not only blown away by Lower Antelope Canyon itself, but by the Navajo Nation as a whole. They never realized how much our ancestral lands had to offer, and how much there is to do and see that is unlike any place in the world.Ti Lets Cruise Tour-1

That’s why we created the Ti Lets Cruise Tour.

The Ti Lets Cruise Tour is a full-day tour, incorporating some of the very best attractions the Navajo Nation has to offer. For those who want a truly immersive, awe-inspiring experience, this is the tour for you.

Here’s what it entails:

First, guests arrive at the Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours Office Location in the City of Page, Arizona first thing in the morning. There, you’ll meet your personal driver for the day and head down to Lower Antelope Canyon for your guided hiking tour. Snacks and water will also be provided to prepare you for the day ahead.

Once you catch your breath after hiking the incredible slot canyon (and take plenty of photos), your tour will proceed to the famous Forrest Gump Point, where cinema fans have flocked to recapture the iconic landscape, framed by scenic clouds casting shadows that graciously roam the desert floor. The angle of the sun accents these graceful formations, providing scenery that is simply spellbinding.Ti Lets Cruise Tour-2

After a brief lunch stop at the renowned Goulding’s Stagecoach Restaurant (guests are responsible for their own lunch), our guests head out to the world famous Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.

It’s very likely that you have seen pictures of Monument Valley, as it is one of the most photographed places on Earth. The breathtaking valley displays sandstone buttes that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet, spread over approximately 30,000 acres. The desert floor, wildlife, vegetation and incredible colors and skylines from the different reflections of sunlight throughout the day, is something guests will never forget.

The park also boasts museums, a trading post, and several Native artisans selling their handiwork and jewelry.Ti Lets Cruise Tour-3

Finally, after getting a personally guided tour of the three hidden gems of the Navajo Nation, our guests return to Page, Arizona around sundown for a well-deserved rest.

There is simply no other tour like it within the Navajo Nation, one that gives each visitor an up close look at these world famous natural and spiritual wonders – and personally led by our Navajo tour guides. If this all day adventure, a once in a lifetime experience, sounds right for you, give us a call today at 928-640-1761, or visit our tour reservation page.