Hozho Nashaado' Navajo Experience



Shash Dine' is hosting a dinner in collaboration with Moonrise Standard.   https://www.moonrisestandard.com/event-sale/hozho-nashaado-a-navajo-dinner

Date: October 13th, 2018

Locations: Shash Dine Eco-Retreat (near Page, Az)

Hozho Nashaado’ : Walking in Beauty.

Join us as we team up with the remarkable Paul and Baya Meehan- founders of Shash Dine Eco Retreat and caretakers of their beloved Navajo culture. Immerse yourself in the sacred as we walk in the beauty of this Navajo land, feast on traditional Navajo foods paired with teas and coffee, and explore the Navajo history: from creation to this present day. Following the meal, we will gather around the dancing fire and listen to illustrated stories from one of the community’s finest storyteller.

 Shash Dine Eco-Retreat has beautiful accommodations including glamping style bell tents, refurbished sheep wagons (calistogas), a cabin and two Hogans- traditional hand crafted Navajo dwellings. They will fill up quickly, and for those who wait- please see the list of recommended accommodations in the nearby Page and Marble Canyon.  

$85 per person and only 40 total seats available.

Menu will be released one month prior to event.

Tickets are not refundable- they are transferable

*No alcohol will served at this event*

Date:

Oct 13, 2018

Location:

Shash Dine Eco-Retreat (near Page, Az)
Page, AZ

Price:

$85

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