We are now offering discounts on available seating for up to 30% off the regular internet price. These discounted seats can now be reserved online from our discount tour page. Click here to browse open seating and see if there are seat(s) available for the date you are visiting.
Getting your reservation for a tour of Monument or Mystery Valley with Sandstone Tours is easy. To reserve a tour simply fill out the reservation form and pay a $51 reservation deposit. Choose from one of our many tours and get a reservation today! Private tours available. Questions? See our FAQ or contact us.
Reservation deposits are payable online via major credit card or PayPal. Remaining balance is due at time of pickup via cash or major credit card. We do not accept personal checks.
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**Discounts available ONLY for online website reservations and existing tours listed on our discount tour listing page.
"We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and your sights. Thanks for taking care of us. Our guide Cecil was outstanding at explaining what we where looking at and the history. Thanks Again!" - S. Earl
"We had two very excellent tours with Margie on Tuesday and Thursday. Your touring company is the greatest and we will pass on the word to others." - C. Agerton
Sandstone Tours is a company committed to providing an unforgettable experience through the best and most inspiring natural formations that Monument Valley has to offer. Our knowledgeable guides are native to the area and provide an awe inspiring look at the valley and its many widespread formations... Read More
Monument Valley is a world renowned destination where hundreds of massive sandstone formations are located near the four corners area on the Colorado Plateau. A well-known travel destination, Monument Valley is often visited for its beautiful scenery and unique natural rock formations which comprise one of the most dense areas of massive sandstone formations ranging up to 1000 feet. Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation, the Monument Valley Tribal Park regulates visitation of the area and maintains the preservation of the park and its over 91 thousand acres of scenic area. The park is open to visitors who pay an entrance fee and park visitors are allowed to drive through an area of a park with their entrance fee, however, this route represents only a small percentage of the entire park and the full view of the park is only available to visitors who purchase a guided tour from a private tour company. Because of the size of the park and the number of different scenic destinations, Sandstone Tours offers... Read More