Choose from Three Options
- $174 for a Hopi lands tour for two ($358 value)
- $364 for a Hopi lands tour for four ($716 value)
- $544 for a Hopi lands tour for six ($1,074 value)
Guests are picked up at Sedona and Flagstaff hotels in vehicles fitting no more than 14 passengers to create a more personal experience. Guides will share knowledge about local Native American culture and history. Tour-goers will visit Old Oraibi, a Hopi village founded sometime around 1050, making it North America’s oldest continually inhabited village; traditional hogan dwellings in Diné Bikéyah (Navajoland) and the Hopi reservation, home to a culture with a 2,000-year history in the Southwest.
Guests will visit pueblo-style Hopi villages atop all three of the reservation’s main mesas and meet with the carvers of kachina dolls. Guests may bring cameras, but out of respect for the Hopi, electronics or cameras are not permitted once the tour arrives at the Hopi Village.
Blue Feather Tours
Blue Feather Tours gives guests a glimpse into the hidden beauty of northern Arizona, leading groups to select sites that showcase the state's anthropological, metaphysical, and natural wonders. For a brush with human history, guides will take guests to a half mile-long stretch of canyon walls decorated with 7,000-year-old Native American petroglyphs—stone etchings depicting religious and sociological iconography. Two separate tours focus on the innate mysticism of the Sedona area, introducing attendees to sites with deeply rooted connections to the region's energy vortex sites. Additionally, the guides also showcase northern Arizona's natural majesty by leading guests to the gracefully curving, sunlight-dappled passages of Antelope Canyon, as well as to the stunning vistas overlooking the Painted Desert and Glen Canyon Dam.