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Antelope Canyon Navajo Hogan
9 reviews
· Arizona
20 acres
5 sites
5 Lodging
The Navajo Reservation is one of the biggest which is bigger than the state of West Virginia of the Navajo People. The Navajo People are more caretakers of the the beautiful landscape that’s very secluded. The family where I come from own a big property because of our livestock of horses, cattle, goats and sheep. We been on this property for 100s of years and still going strong and it’s the land of the infamous of the “Upper Antelope Canyon” which is literally our backyard. There is so much history and culture meaning to the (Diné)Navajo land that the Diné people hold and cherish. Learn more about this land: We provide a private Navajo Hogan experience with a beautiful view 360 degree view. We are nearby all beautiful locations like the infamous Upper/Lower Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, Antelope Point Marina, Little Colorado.
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Hosted by Richardson E.Joined in July 2019
9 ratings · 9 reviews
Santosh C.recommends
September 12, 2022
Site 1 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
360 degree night view
A bit inside. Was a bit scary in the beginning as there was no one around. Overall liked it.
Jodi H.recommends
August 18, 2022
Site 5 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
Such a gift to be welcomed onto this land for a couple of nights. It is absolutely beautiful. And Richardson is a wonderful host- attentive, caring, and welcoming. Our time here was a true joy!
Alexander C.recommends
May 17, 2022
Site 1 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
The area was stunning and the night sky was breathtaking. Everything about the stay was welcoming and enjoyable. As a bonus we got to see horses grazing as we ate breakfast.
Jen F.recommends
March 31, 2022
Site 5 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
What a lovely property and experience. We loved staying in the Hogan. You should read the description and set your expectations accordingly. They are great communicators and wonderful hosts. We would come back in a second. This place is a gem.
Kary N.recommends
March 30, 2022
Site 1 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
Truly Unique Sojourn
Sometimes when you arrive at a place, you understand just the act of being there will change you. Antelope Hogan was one of the most singular experiences for myself and my family. Our host Richardson and his family kindly welcomed us and shared stories about the land; and their relationship with it through the processes of making shelter, food, and tea. The dirt floor of the Hogan was freshly dressed–being the first footsteps in the space made us feel cherished and lucky. My kids loved having the room heated with a real wood stove, wandering in the wash, seeing the Etsitty family livestock from a distance, and being in the glory of sunset and sunrise away from buildings, sidewalks and roads. We woke up amazed at how deeply rested we felt, without the quiet noise of daily machinery like refrigerators, furnaces or clocks.
Mir Omer T.recommends
February 21, 2022
Site 5 - Navajo hogan (Earth home)
Richardson was an incredibly amazing host. We had a 1 night booking. We arrived really late after 9 PM but he was very responsive and arrived quickly when we reached our destination. We were welcomed in a cultural gem which is the amazing Hogan with a really nice signboard on the door with my name on it which was a great gesture by Richardson. Richardson gave us some insight about the Navajo culture when we arrived, we wish our schedule was not tightly packed as we would have loved to spend more time with Richardson and learn more about the Navajo culture. The Hogan itself was a piece of art, it brings u close to the nature in a divine way, the insulation is great and the beds are comfortable. There is a fire pit outside too if u want to enjoy under a beautiful sky which lights up as there is no city lights nearby. Our host arrived in morning with some traditional breakfast, coffee and Navajo tea (loved it), and later came to say good bye to us as we were leaving. Overall, we had a long trip touching 4 different states but our stay here became the highlight, all 4 other members of my group loved it too, can not wait to come here again and spend couple of days to learn more about the beautiful Navajo culture
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