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Grand Canyon Native American Tours 

Last Update on October 19, 2022
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When planning your trip through the American Southwest, you can be overwhelmed by all the sights to see and activities you can do on Grand Canyon tours. Add your family into the mix, and it can be a major challenge to find something that everyone will enjoy. 

Tours that include visits to Native American reservations and villages are a fantastic way to enjoy time with the family, learn about the rich heritage of the eleven tribes living in the Grand Canyon region, and explore the beautiful Southwest. Experience unique cuisines and vibrant traditional clothing and regalia while enjoying the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon during a Native American tour–each tribe has its own mythology and history with the land, and your family will never forget the oral traditions passed down from generation to generation. 

The MaxTour VIP Half-Day Tour won TripAdvisor’s Best of the Best Award and will open your eyes to the rich history of the Hualapai people. What makes these packages the best Grand Canyon tours for families is they are appropriate for a wide range of ages, so they will be enjoyable for children and adults alike—and you can tick several items off of your bucket list on one trip.

Options for a Native American Tour with the Family

There are several ways to add a Native American experience to your family adventure to the Grand Canyon:

Journey Through Monument Valley with a Navajo Guide

The best way to experience Monument Valley is in the back of a jeep piloted by a local Navajo tour guide. This adventure allows you to explore the famous red sandstone buttes and desert landscapes, all while learning about the rich cultural heritage of the Navajo people. Take part in this unforgettable experience as part of our 3-Day Grand Canyon Tour, where you'll also witness the beauty of one of the world's natural wonders. Enjoy expert photos, stunning scenrery, and stories that bring the history of these majestic places to life.

Reach New Heights with the Hualapai Tribe

The Hualapai Tribe is located at the far western end of the Grand Canyon and occupies just under 1,000,000 acres of land. Known as the “People of the Tall Pines,” their reservation is home to the Grand Canyon West.

When booking your tour, you must include a stop at the Skywalk. Appropriate for all ages, the Skywalk provides a one-of-a-kind view of the Grand Canyon. This hourglass-shaped glass bridge extends seventy feet over the rim of the Grand Canyon, providing you with a bird’s eye view of the glorious canyon. 

Your family can do more than hike to Eagle Point—they can learn the cultural significance and history from someone who knows it firsthand. There are plenty of Hualapai tribe members around who will be happy to share their stories and history with your family. Whether you’re visiting the Grand Canyon for one day or one week, there are activities to entertain with your family on a great Grand Canyon Tour for familes the entire time.

Explore the Lower Antelope with the Navajo Tribe

Looking to avoid tourist-crowded areas and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon? MaxTour partnered with Ken’s Tours and the Navajo Tribe to create an unforgettable two-day tour of the Lower Antelope Canyon from Las Vegas. This tour brings you both down to earth and then levels you back to luxury at just the right time.

Our two-day, small-group tour Grand Canyon tour is great for people five years old and older and is a luxury experience of the Grand Canyon area. Your van will pick you up at your hotel and provide unlimited snacks and drinks. You and your family will see the most spectacular destination the American Southwest has to offer. In two days, you will experience the Grand Canyon National Park, Hoover Dam, Horseshoe Bend, and Lower Antelope Canyon with a member of the Navajo Tribe at your side in the slot canyon. 

Most tour operators do not take their patrons to this part of Antelope Canyon, which is what makes this top-rated tour one of a kind. Just take a peek at the MaxTour website to see photos previous guests took–guest reviews attest to the luxurious experience of door-to-door service, the hotel rooms, and meals, as well as the friendly and knowledgeable guides. This trip is one your family will remember forever.

Booking Grand Canyon tour packages that work alongside Native American tribes that live in and around the canyon is a great way to support their reservations, learn more about traditional Native American cultures, and explore the natural beauty of the park. MaxTour adventures offer exclusive activities as well as deep insights into the rich culture of the Navajo and Hualapai Tribes.



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