During my road trip through Arizona, a fellow traveler recommended I stay at Monument Valley Tipi Village. Thankfully I hadn’t booked accommodation yet, so I quickly called and made a reservation. This was the best decision I made during my trip!
Staying at Monument Valley Tipi Village is so much more than just a place to stay. It exudes a quiet grandeur that feels magical. Wake up to the sun rising over the infamous rock formations, and soak in the deep-rooted Navajo culture.
Monument Valley Tipi Village Location
Monument Valley Tipi Village’s location is perfect! It’s located just 4 miles away from the entrance to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Because of its seclusion from modern comforts like large hotels or shopping malls, there is a true serenity here. Many other accommodations around Monument Valley are located 30 minutes to over an hour away. From Monument Valley Tipi Village, you can admire the gorgeous sunset right from your campsite.
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Sleep in a Tipi
The real treat about staying at Monument Valley Tipi Village is the opportunity to sleep in an authentic tipi! There are only 5 tipis available, so I recommend booking in advance. The tipis are beautifully constructed with carpeting on the inside. They include two sleeping beds, linens, blankets, and even a table with a lamp. If you are traveling during the wintertime don’t worry, the tipis are insulated.
*As of September 2017 – check website for up-to-date information
- Traditional Tipi – summer $90.40, winter $79.10
- Log Cabin – summer $180.80, winter $169.50
- Tent Sites – summer $33.90, winter $29.25
- Primitive Tent Sites – summer $25.00, winter $20.00
- Mini-House – summer $56.50, winter $56.50
How to Book Accommodation
Monument Valley Tipi Village only operates via phone e-mail. Call ahead for fastest response on availability.
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Daily
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