Learn about the traditions, legends, and archaeological finds of Mesa Verde National Park and Chaco Culture, both World Heritage sites, and other significant sites of the Southwest during this new tour.

Starting at: $4,975 * Price includes special offer Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 The cliff dwelling of Mesa Verde  Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde. Credit: NPS / Sandy Groves  Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde. Credit: NPS  Pueblo Bonito  Pueblo Bonito  Petroglyphs at Chaco Canyon  Fajada Butte, Chaco Canyon  Spider Rock Overlook, Canyon de Chelly. Credit: NPS  Sliding House Overlook, Canyon de Chelly. Credit: NPS  White House Ruin, Canyon de Chelly. Credit: NPS  White House Trail, Canyon de Chelly. Credit: NPS  Pueblo of Acoma

Pueblo Culture and History

Mesa Verde, Chaco Culture, Canyon de Chelly, and Pueblo of Acoma

8 days from $4,975

Learn about the traditions, legends, and archaeological finds of Mesa Verde National Park and Chaco Culture, both World Heritage sites, and other significant sites of the Southwest during this new tour.

or Call 855-330-1542

ACCOMMODATIONS

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Strater Hotel

Durango, Colorado, United States

Built in 1887 in downtown Durango, the Strater Hotel maintains an authentic, Victorian atmosphere. The fully renovated hotel features 93 guest rooms equipped with modern amenities yet uniquely decorated in Victorian style, with period wallpaper and one of the world’s largest collections of American Victorian walnut antique furniture. Dining is available at the Mahogany Grille, and the Diamond Belle Saloon offers a ragtime piano bar experience. The hotel’s Henry Strater Theatre offers live entertainment year-round, from vaudeville to concerts and more.  

Number of nights: 1

Casa Blanca Inn & Suites

Farmington, New Mexico, United States

Casa Blanca sits in a quiet residential neighborhood just a few blocks from the shops and restaurants of Farmington’s Main Street. The inn was built in the 1940s, the home of a wealthy family that traded with the Navajos. There are nine spacious rooms, each with private bath, pillow-top beds, line-dried linens, cable television, a coffee maker, complimentary WiFi, a hair dryer, iron, ironing board, and robes. The inn has a guest library, living room, and dining room, and outside are beautiful gardens, shade trees, ponds, and inviting sitting areas. Relax at day’s end in the soothing hot tub, and wake to a delicious Southwestern-style full breakfast each morning.

Number of nights: 2

Thunderbird Lodge

Chinle, Arizona, United States

Thunderbird Lodge sits on the site of the historic 1896 Chinle Trading Post and is Navajo-owned and operated. The lodge is motel-style and built of adobe, and the grounds are laden with tall shade-producing cottonwood trees that were planted in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps—a beautiful thing on a hot day!

There are 73 rooms, each with air-conditioning, cable television, a telephone, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, and hair dryer. Complimentary WiFi is available. Cell service is available within walking distance from the hotel, but is spotty. Onsite is a restaurant, business center, guest laundry, and trading post. The Trading Post is a gift shop, where you can purchase Navajo-made jewelry, pottery, rugs, and more. 

Number of nights: 2

Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Grants, NM

Grants, New Mexico, United States

Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Grants-Milan is a simply decorated, modern and comfortable hotel chosen for it’s location and services. There are 76 guest rooms, each with a flat-screen cable and satellite television, telephone/voicemail, coffee maker, microwave, mini-fridge, hair dryer, iron, and ironing board. A hot breakfast buffet is available each morning. The hotel has an indoor swimming pool and whirlpool tub, a fitness center, a business center, and complimentary WiFi.

Number of nights: 1

Hotel Albuquerque

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

The Hotel Albuquerque Old Town sits in the heart of Albuquerque’s historic Old Town Plaza and museum district, and is within walking distance to shops, galleries, museums, and restaurants. The hotel was recently renovated, and features hand-forged iron chandeliers, Navajo rugs, and historic photographs, all working together to create an inviting, authentic New Mexican feeling. The hotel has 188 rooms, each with private bath, sitting area, television, telephone/voicemail, complimentary WiFi, hairdryers, iron and ironing board. Services include an ATM, business center, and laundry / dry cleaning services. There is an outdoor pool, work-out facility, Joseph’s Salon and Say Spa, and the lovely Grand Sala, an inviting great room for gathering, reading, or relaxing. Cristobal’s restaurant serves tapas and traditional Spanish recipes and is open for dinner, and the Café Plazuela Cantina serves lighter New Mexican fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Number of nights: 1