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Come discover the Navajo Nation, the largest Indigenous tribe in the United States, which spans 27,000 square miles of land in three states: Arizona, Utah and New Mexico. At this size, it is larger than 10 states in the United States!

Start by kicking off your trip in Tuba City, Arizona — home of the Explore Navajo Interactive Museum. This one-of-a-kind museum was created for display at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Today, this hogan-shaped structure contains all you need to know about Navajo culture and history, and there is a small gift shop with authentic Navajo jewelry. Next door is the Navajo Code Talkers Museum, the historic Tuba City Trading Post and, if you’re parched or need a caffeine boost, the Hogan Espresso is a few steps away.

Have kids? The Dinosaur Tracks are 7 miles west of Tuba City on U.S. Route 160. Take a tour with one of the locals, who will show you the many fossilized three-toed dinosaur tracks from the Jurassic period. Cash tips are appreciated.

At the end of your day, spend a night and relax at the NavajoLand Hotel. Have dinner at the Hogan Restaurant to sample the delicious fry bread, Navajo taco, mutton stew and many other dishes on the menu!

*Disclaimer: The Navajo Nation requires everyone to wear a mask in all public areas.

Visit DiscoverNavajo.com or call 928-810-8501 for more information.