Monument Valley at sunset
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

In response to the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, some of the Tribal tourism-related businesses in Arizona have closed or adjusted their hours. This includes attractions, such as casinos and museums, parks like Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, and hotels.

The Arizona Office of Tourism continues to track openings, changes in hours of operations, and closures of these attractions and businesses throughout the state. Below, you will find a regularly updated list of Tribal businesses that have been impacted.

We encourage all travelers to reach out to Tribal businesses directly prior to visiting to ensure their reopening status, hours of operation, and any specific guidelines that you may need to follow.

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