Hopi Homelands

Visit the ancient Hopi Homeland located on three mesas in Northern Arizona. Your visit will include Old Oraibe and/or Walpi, a 1,000 year old community believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited place in North America.

You will meet traditional Hopi families, hear the stories, lore and worldview in an intimate setting while visiting locations unavailable to other tours. Enjoy a traditional meal in the home of a Hopi family.

This journey is personalized and allows our guests to bypass the typical tourist boundaries common to more commercial Hopi land tours. This is a true immersion that allows you to get under the surface of Hopi culture and experience the heart-centered beauty of the Hopi people. Note: Where Hopi guides are required, there is an additional fee.

2 persons - $650 (All Day)
$100 for each additional person

Please call to discuss your personal tour.
call 1 (877) 832-3007 or (928) 204-9416

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From Thomas E. Mails "The Hopi Survival Kit"

"Techqua Ikachi! is the creed of the Hopi Traditionalists. In its English translation, what it means is 'Blending with the land and celebrating life.' The traditionalists' aim has always been to achieve this for themselves and everyone else in the world.

About A.D. 1100, the way to accomplish it was given to them by Maasaw, the awesome Guardian of the Earth. For the next 750 years, the people blended and celebrated, living in peace and happiness through a Spanish intrusion that lasted for 140 years, through constant depredations by Apaches and Navajos, and through most of the normal problems human beings face in life. With this impressive reputation, the Hopi are broadly known today as the peaceful people, and outsiders living in a world beset with turmoil have often wondered how they achieved it."