Shash Dine' EcoRetreat: A Glamping B&B. Your basecamp for Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon, and more. Shash Dine' has been featured and recommended by Travel & Leisure, USA TODAY, Phoenix Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Lake Powell Chronicle, Arizona Highways, The Grand Canyon Trust, Indian Country Today, and the Navajo Times. The Bell

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Shash Dine' EcoRetreat: A Glamping B&B. Your basecamp for Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon, and more. Shash Dine' has been featured and recommended by Travel & Leisure, USA TODAY, Phoenix Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Lake Powell Chronicle, Arizona Highways, The Grand Canyon Trust, Indian Country Today, and the Navajo Times.  The Bell Tent is beautifully furnished and powered by solar.

Accommodation provided
Canvas tent
No. of sites
1 bookable site
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 5 people per site
No potable water
Bring your own water
Fires allowed
Firewood provided, fire ring, fire ring w/ gril...
Toilet available
Portable toilet
No pets
Showers available
Hot water , cold water only
Bins available
Trash bin
No picnic table
No wifi
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Super Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Response time: Within 6 hours
  • Response rate: 100%

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
Climbing
Swimming
Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2 in Arizona.

Beach
Desert
Lake
River, stream or ...
Swimming hole

Places to see near Glamping In Navajoland

Rainbow Bridge National Monument
Rainbow Bridge National Monument
38 miles way Explore
Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
55 miles way Explore
Navajo National Monument
Navajo National Monument
55 miles way Explore
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Kodachrome Basin State Park
56 miles way Explore
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
66 miles way Explore
Pipe Spring National Monument
Pipe Spring National Monument
66 miles way Explore
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
67 miles way Explore
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park
70 miles way Explore
Wupatki National Monument
Wupatki National Monument
84 miles way Explore
Zion National Park
Zion National Park
89 miles way Explore
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
96 miles way Explore
Otter Creek State Park
Otter Creek State Park
99 miles way Explore

The vibe at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2

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Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
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Allarice And Paul M.'s photo at Navajoland Bell Tent Glamping 2
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Hipcamper Jesse
Jesse R.
recommends this listing.
June 24th, 2018

My friend and I had such an incredible time at Shash Diné! Once you enter the ranch, you are truly enveloped in the beauty and peace of the desert. The tent had super sweet decor, and the beds were incredibly comfy. After 13 1/2 hours of driving that day, this retreat was a dream. Not only was the sunset incredible, but the stars were breathtaking, and worth staying up a little later to experience the expansive view. The hosts were so kind, and we loved the delicious traditional breakfast. I will definitely come back. Heck, I would move here if I could.

Hipcamper Corey
Corey M.
recommends this listing.
July 18th, 2018

The hosts were kind and accommodating, but there was definitely some miscommunication. I was sent the following by the hosts:

You've booked tent 2. Again, ALL accommodations here are well appointed. Outfitted with the basic necessities one will need for a pleasant stay - All bedding, linens, wool blankets and sleeping bags for good measure. Candles, candle lanterns, a flashlight, and a solar light. Books, games, snacks, juice, and water.

However, when I got there we only had one bottle of water per person. The water bottles were hot from being left in the sun. When I asked if we could get ice, I was told that we could not. I was told repeatedly that it was my responsibility to bring water both when I asked for more bottles and when I asked for ice. Never in our correspondence was I asked to bring water. I was frustrated by this, because I would have been happy to bring my own water. I did not bring water, because I was told that the tent would be "Outfitted with the basic necessities one will need for a pleasant stay." The next morning, the host apologized for not bringing ice and was much more pleasant.

Besides the frustration with the water, the grounds were in excellent condition. The property was beautiful and clean. The Navajo breakfast was delicious, especially the tea and coffee. I would stay here again, but make sure to bring water! (Even if they tell you they have it.)

There is a wonderful walking path on the property which leads to gorgeous views. A view of the tents from the mountaintop. A look inside! The mountain view from the property.
Hipcamper Allarice and Paul
Response from Allarice and Paul, the Host, on July 18th, 2018

Thank you for your feedback. Please note that all listing material states: Is there access to safe drinking water? (A) No For safe drinking water, campers can expect to (select all that apply): (A) Bring Your Own Water Any other information to share? (A) We are an off grid glamping B&B. There is no running water/no electricity. It is always best to read the listing in it's entirety. We welcome you here always. However, we provided ample information.

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Glamping In Navajoland
State
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$226/night
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