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Noté4,84 sur 5 avec 203 commentaires.SuperhostOljato-Monument Valley, Arizona, États-Unis
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Physical Maps help w/ alternative routes. We negotiate longer term stays (3) self contained cars rvs & work exchange & online long term rental. We have enough toilet paper water for all booked dates till summer. If full we still have drive ins. Still much to see and park closures are false based on amenities. Lots of hiking trails in the region. Local EMS and new 911 service in area. We have a small group sized medkit and we encourage SHTF camping for self prepared people. Preppers no Tourists

Le logement
All our photos are real, and in depth, many are by our guests who choose to impact the earth positively, learn more about Zero Waste Camping, and gently impact the environment in a good way. In a Beauty Way, benefitting the Navajo Community. There are no listings like us, and your stay is exclusive, as we are the only listing with 14 breathtaking Monuments, sleeping by you under a blanket of stars. We are not in the fee area, we are the entrance to the closed restricted Mystery Valley which the Junction is the community center. Not the fee gate at the visitors center. That is the non Indian area that is accessible by visitors. We are one mile from the junction which is OUR community center. We only have one road and it’s paved. A luxury for those who don’t want damages to their vehicle.

This is a remote but year round accessible by any car tent camping site, with three erected tents and you can park next to your tent.

Each one of these tents, has a bed, fireplace, table, lantern, chairs, and a 360 degree view of 14 Monuments. We have an unobstructed night sky. In the summer, its best to arrive at sunset, to see the location and where everything is, and spend your time creating your evening meal, and enjoying the last lights reflecting off the natural rock formations.

We provide a fully erected canvas tent, that you can stand and walk in, with windows that open in the great outdoors - includes linens, blankets, comforter, pillows with pillow cases, and a queen size 0 degree bag for the full sized beds, and a 30 degree sleeping bag for the cots. These are more than enough protection for our climate and weather conditions in the winter. We also have hand warmers, in a limited number, so you may request to borrow one for free, which can help warm your sleeping bag before you sleep. Even though we cannot change the temperatures outside, inside the tent, and in your bed, there's opportunities for comfort while resting assured that your stay is as gentle to the environment as possible. And its a work in progress, as a learning experience, as all environmentally conscious projects are. But we are the only community beneficial project that has zero waste impact principals, and we want guests that want to learn and do more while exploring and creating memories. Memories without waste is our goal.

We loan out tent heaters, if you bring 16 oz propane canisters, or you can rent a 5 gal tank from us for 20$ if you feel that the temperature will be a concern. 2 canisters are typically enough, and in the coldest of temperatures, 4 was constant heat throughout the night.

Again we also have rechargeable hand warmers, to warm the sleeping bags. Of course, we must state for the record, and as most experienced campers know, that we cannot control the outside temperatures or weather, and we simply advise, that layered clothing and proper clothing for outdoors, is the best solution for maintaining comfort while camping.

We have onsite gravity filtered water which we use Berkey Water Filtration, that is purified, if you need any, just bring your water canisters and we can fill them. We provide a 5 gallon water container, onsite, except in freezing temperatures. During the winter, when the temps drop below freezing, we close the showers at 9p and reopen them at sunrise, to prevent the equipment from freezing. This worked quite well last year, and we are very happy to provide it again this year.

Our solar powered shower is the gem in nature's crown. It has all the frills an urban traveller depends on - hot water, shampoo, conditioner, lotions, fresh towels while being powered by the sun, and fully portable, so that its not embedded into the earth. Of the earth but does not cost her.

We invite you to join us, at the junction of Monument Valley, and the entire region, we are truly accessible all year round, and any vehicle can make it any time of year. We are THE EASIEST TO FIND! Though we have no street addresses on the Navajo Reservation.

By visiting with us, we thank all our guests, past and future, for making their trip a difference, supporting our Honey Bee Plan to provide bees to Navajo Community Members, address phyto remediation due to regional Uranium Contamination, support Navajo youth, and clean up destitute areas, to renaturalize them. Ahe'hee!

Accès des voyageurs
You will have access to your own tent. In an area, shared with two other tents. Over the hill is an outhouse, that is hidden so that its not in the 360 degree view for perfect photos. It is the same distance from the tents as any other campground in our area.

Our outdoor solar powered shower is at our home office. It has instant hot water, towels, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, body oil, and a space heater. There is a large dressing mirror, and coat rack where you can hang your clothes. A bench and a shower stool. The water flows into an area where we are planting so we provide biodegradable soaps for this reason.

Autres points à prendre en note
There is no trash service on the Navajo Reservation, please be advised, that our rules for trash are similar to parks and recreation areas. Please take your trash with you. Paper can be burned in the fireplace. Aluminum Cans can be left for recycling. Plastic, and aluminum foil, glass, or other metal cans, must be taken with you. We strongly encourage guests who are camping to educate themselves by looking up videos on Zero Waste Lifestyles and Zero Waste Camping. If you are prepared you can save a lot of waste while traveling and also help the environment.

Weather is always a consideration for any remote area, whether its the national park or the Navajo reservation. When you intend to camp, you are making a date with the weather, regardless of what it is, anywhere you camp at any time.

Ifyou are heading south to Sedona, we recommend Renta Tent
Sedona Sleep Under The Stars. It is in an amazing location
and at a great price. Our friend Tara takes great care of
her happy campers, rents gear and advises people where to camp legally and for free. She has several listings but start with this one https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7699419
Physical Maps help w/ alternative routes. We negotiate longer term stays (3) self contained cars rvs & work exchange & o…
Physical Maps help w/ alternative routes. We negotiate longer term stays (3) self contained cars rvs & work exchange & online long term rental. We have enough toilet paper water for all booked dates till summer. If full we still have drive ins. Still much to see and park closures are false based on amenities. Lots of hiking trails in the region. Local EMS and new 911 service in area. We have a small group sized medkit and we encourage SHTF camping for self prepared people. Preppers no Tourists

Le logement
All our photos are real, and in depth, many are by our guests who choose to impact the earth positively, learn more about Zero Waste Camping, and gently impact the environment in a good way. In a Beauty Way, benefitting the Navajo Community. There are no listings like us, and your stay is exclusive, as we are the only listing with 14 breathtaking Monuments, sleeping by you under a blanket of stars. We are not in the fee area, we are the entrance to the closed restricted Mystery Valley which the Junction is the community center. Not the fee gate at the visitors center. That is the non Indian area that is accessible by visitors. We are one mile from the junction which is OUR community center. We only have one road and it’s paved. A luxury for those who don’t want damages to their vehicle.

This is a remote but year round accessible by any car tent camping site, with three erected tents and you can park next to your tent.

Each one of these tents, has a bed, fireplace, table, lantern, chairs, and a 360 degree view of 14 Monuments. We have an unobstructed night sky. In the summer, its best to arrive at sunset, to see the location and where everything is, and spend your time creating your evening meal, and enjoying the last lights reflecting off the natural rock formations.

We provide a fully erected canvas tent, that you can stand and walk in, with windows that open in the great outdoors - includes linens, blankets, comforter, pillows with pillow cases, and a queen size 0 degree bag for the full sized beds, and a 30 degree sleeping bag for the cots. These are more than enough protection for our climate and weather conditions in the winter. We also have hand warmers, in a limited number, so you may request to borrow one for free, which can help warm your sleeping bag before you sleep. Even though we cannot change the temperatures outside, inside the tent, and in your bed, there's opportunities for comfort while resting assured that your stay is as gentle to the environment as possible. And its a work in progress, as a learning experience, as all environmentally conscious projects are. But we are the only community beneficial project that has zero waste impact principals, and we want guests that want to learn and do more while exploring and creating memories. Memories without waste is our goal.

We loan out tent heaters, if you bring 16 oz propane canisters, or you can rent a 5 gal tank from us for 20$ if you feel that the temperature will be a concern. 2 canisters are typically enough, and in the coldest of temperatures, 4 was constant heat throughout the night.

Again we also have rechargeable hand warmers, to warm the sleeping bags. Of course, we must state for the record, and as most experienced campers know, that we cannot control the outside temperatures or weather, and we simply advise, that layered clothing and proper clothing for outdoors, is the best solution for maintaining comfort while camping.

We have onsite gravity filtered water which we use Berkey Water Filtration, that is purified, if you need any, just bring your water canisters and we can fill them. We provide a 5 gallon water container, onsite, except in freezing temperatures. During the winter, when the temps drop below freezing, we close the showers at 9p and reopen them at sunrise, to prevent the equipment from freezing. This worked quite well last year, and we are very happy to provide it again this year.

Our solar powered shower is the gem in nature's crown. It has all the frills an urban traveller depends on - hot water, shampoo, conditioner, lotions, fresh towels while being powered by the sun, and fully portable, so that its not embedded into the earth. Of the earth but does not cost her.

We invite you to join us, at the junction of Monument Valley, and the entire region, we are truly accessible all year round, and any vehicle can make it any time of year. We are THE EASIEST TO FIND! Though we have no street addresses on the Navajo Reservation.

By visiting with us, we thank all our guests, past and future, for making their trip a difference, supporting our Honey Bee Plan to provide bees to Navajo Community Members, address phyto remediation due to regional Uranium Contamination, support Navajo youth, and clean up destitute areas, to renaturalize them. Ahe'hee!

Accès des voyageurs
You will have access to your own tent. In an area, shared with two other tents. Over the hill is an outhouse, that is hidden so that its not in the 360 degree view for perfect photos. It is the same distance from the tents as any other campground in our area.

Our outdoor solar powered shower is at our home office. It has instant hot water, towels, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, body oil, and a space heater. There is a large dressing mirror, and coat rack where you can hang your clothes. A bench and a shower stool. The water flows into an area where we are planting so we provide biodegradable soaps for this reason.

Autres points à prendre en note
There is no trash service on the Navajo Reservation, please be advised, that our rules for trash are similar to parks and recreation areas. Please take your trash with you. Paper can be burned in the fireplace. Aluminum Cans can be left for recycling. Plastic, and aluminum foil, glass, or other metal cans, must be taken with you. We strongly encourage guests who are camping to educate themselves by looking up videos on Zero Waste Lifestyles and Zero Waste Camping. If you are prepared you can save a lot of waste while traveling and also help the environment.

Weather is always a consideration for any remote area, whether its the national park or the Navajo reservation. When you intend to camp, you are making a date with the weather, regardless of what it is, anywhere you camp at any time.

Ifyou are heading south to Sedona, we recommend Renta Tent
Sedona Sleep Under The Stars. It is in an amazing location
and at a great price. Our friend Tara takes great care of
her happy campers, rents gear and advises people where to camp legally and for free. She has several listings but start with this one https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7699419
Physical Maps help w/ alternative routes. We negotiate longer term stays (3) self contained cars rvs & work exchange & online long term rental. We have enough toilet paper water for all booked dates till summer…

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Oljato-Monument Valley, Arizona, États-Unis

Mystery Valley is closed to the public. You can only access our area by guided tour. So our tents are like a theater seat, where you can sit and watch the natural rock formations and the sunset and not pay by the hour on a tour. However many people take tours of our area after they visit the 17 mile loop. We understand that many people do not like the road. And our campsites are not next to the road but very closeby which is convenient. And identical to all the others except we do not have any buildings or houses.

However there are many people who expect camping in remote areas. Navajo live here. Do not allow them to keep relocating people based on false estimations of real estate importance. Please respect the speed limits for the wild horses and animals, and children. Even if others do not.

Navajo do not, and go check their website. They do not allow back country camping without a Navajo present. So there are NO remote Hogan’s. All Hogan’s have people by them. If this is a problem then go stay with the Hopi and you’ll see our set up is better. And they do not allow anyone in their back country without a Navajo Guide or resident. That is what the 17 mile loop is for. Some people think that the fee gate is the exclusive area LOL. It’s a great and incredible area. And everyone was relocated out of that area so you can be there. So please have respect for the community and not brand our area with false notions or ideas based on westernized expectations. Or real estate speculations. Last year we were inundated with people asking who owns what. Navajo do not own land and have no mortgages. It’s owned by the Navajo Tribe. It’s not for sale. And you can’t just drive anywhere without a Navajo.

Monument Valley is everything you can see for a 100 miles in any direction from any location you are standing at. The fee gate has moved several times. Do not give strangers power over our community by ratings based on misinformation and location. We have no addresses so the location issues are misapplied. For everyone here.

We are promoting using Airbnb Hotel and Occupancy Taxes to the Navajo Tribe to be earmarked for community improvement projects after the closure of the Black Mesa Mine and the Navajo Generating Station. We are campaigning for HOT to be used to develop public transportation on the now defunct and unused coal rail line from Grand Canyon to Shonto/Kayenta and Turo or other ride share apps so Navajo Tour Guides can offer private or public ridesharing to reduce the traffic on the only paved and unpaved road we have. Also Navajo could benefit by year round transportation to and from major cities like Flagstaff. If you can write down your support of this idea and leave it at the hotels or with the park we’d greatly appreciate this support.

All other coal mining communities got public transportation. Do not stand by and watch the entire economy plummet. Look at the roadside on your way here. Navajo deserve economic opportunities and public transit is one. A community transport rail car is doable in any society. And it’s already there. Waiting for people.
Mystery Valley is closed to the public. You can only access our area by guided tour. So our tents are like a theater seat, where you can sit and watch the natural rock formations and the sunset and not pay by t…

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Yá’át’ééh, we are the first Airbnb listing here in Monument Valley with excellent reviews by Airbnb guests. Because we were the first to list we have the most experience in making airbnbers happy. We provide a connection to local Navajo neighborhoods and culture. My family all participate in small and large ways to the community bee project on the original road into MV called Narrow Canyon, for phyto-remediation. We rent tents on our collective family road, a Mystery Valley turnout, which is in between the Oljato Welcome Center and the Visitors Center at Mile Post 1 AZ. We are convenient and accessible to all the activities in the park, and the grocery store, gas station and area attractions outside the Tribal Park. You will not need any special vehicle to visit us, we are a fully equipped base camp accessible to the entire Monument Valley Region Experience. I am a traditionalist and a silversmith, indeed a historic resident, I was born in the Rock Door Canyon hospital which is now a Community College satellite. I am from Narrow Canyon, the original road travellers used since the 1800s to access Monument Valley. When I was growing up, I herded sheep for impacted mining area Black Mesa families, to buy my school clothes. Most of my family have tour companies or food trucks, horse tours, or are guides and more than a handful work at the View Hotel and Gouldings Lodge. I used to work as a silversmith with family members who have shops at the Welcome Center. Many already live and work in the 17 Mile Loop from Narrow Canyon, I am just one of a very large family. If you stay somewhere else I'm likely related to them somehow LOL. Its just a question of how. :). So we are technically next door to the Mustang Valley Campground which is run by my brother Jonah Holiday and Dorothy Bigman. My brother Henry and his wife Agnes Grey, we help them with their hogan. My brother and his wife have a Mystery Valley jewelry stand on the 163. They live on the other side of the same family road into Narrow Canyon, so we take the paved roads, and both are different sites, but all are Monument Valley AZ. They both face Turtle Butte! lol, so your first geography and cultural lesson is facing Turtle Butte from that many locations. Holiday's, Greywhiskers, Turtle Butte or Mitchell Rock, Mystery Valley, Narrow Canyon, Black Rock Sally Mine, Boot Jack, Big Chief Mine, Mittens 1 & 2. We are renaming Mitchell Butte as its a colonialist name that was imposed by Harry Goulding on his maps. Turtle Butte references a Turtle found by my uncle, who has done tours in Monument Valley since the 60's. In his memory and honor.
Yá’át’ééh, we are the first Airbnb listing here in Monument Valley with excellent reviews by Airbnb guests. Because we were the first to list we have the most experience in making…
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