Hopi Tour from Sedona and Flagstaff Arizona :
Take a step back in time. Explore Old Oraibi, North America's oldest continually inhabited village (at least 1050 A.D.). Meet with the carvers of the world-famous Kachina Dolls.
Journey across Diné Bikéyah ("Navajoland"), home of the Diné ("the people"). See the hogans, the traditional housing of the Navajo on your way to the Hopi Nation and Reservation. The Hopi people have over a 2,000 year history in the southwest.
Visit the Villages atop all three of the high rock Hopi Mesas.
Begin your adventure from Sedona with a trip to Old Oraibi on Third Mesa, considered to be the oldest, continually inhabited village in North America (at least 1050 A.D.) You'll receive a historical, cultural and spiritual lesson from a native Hopi Indian Guide that lives on the Reservation. Visit the Gift Shop and some of the Artisans of the area.
Next, enjoy an authentic Hopi meal with your guide on this wondrous Indian Nation on Second Mesa at the Hopi Cultural Center. Have the opportunity to visit the Hopi Museum and Art Gallery with time to shop and view the amazing pieces found here. After our visit to the Hopi Cultural Center, we'll head to First Mesa.
End your spiritual adventure with a visit to Walpi on First Mesa, the most pristine of all of the Hopi Villages. You'll do a walking tour with another Hopi Indian Guide, who will share with you the traditions of the Hopi People. Meet with the Hopi Indian people in their homes and share their culture and history with them first hand. Visit with the artisans such as basket makers, pottery makers and kachina carvers.
This is a true cultural and spiritual experience.
Respecting the ways and wishes of the Hopi people, photography is not permitted on the Hopi Nation.
A rare opportunity experienced by very few!!