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Share our passion for culture, historic detail and truth, and enjoy quality time on the Great Plains while expanding your own knowledge and wisdom.  


With NDN2rs you can aspire to a deeper level of exploration, and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals exploring Indian Country 

Our tour members have the same core quest

authentic tribal expression of historic and contemporary realities, and to explore stories and philosophies shared

in the oral tradition.


Explore the sacred Black Hills, learn about Crazy Horse, Hump or Sitting Bull, find out the meaning of the Wolf to Native American people, and travel from the Seven Council Fires of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota to the territory of the Cheyenne, Shoshone, Blackfeet and many other renowned tribes of the Great Plains.

Our small group tours take max 12 people and you can confidently travel solo, knowing that actually, most tour members travel solo!


We guide culturally as well as geographically. We are never going to let you get into an awkward situation because we prepare our tour members for all eventualities.



Oceti Sakowin    July  2017                                  


Across the Medicine Line    Sept  2017                                  

Lords of the Plains: Visit the People of Glacier Country, Montana entering the world of the Blackfeet - the Piikuni people to enjoy art, culture, food, lands &  history. Feel the spirit and resilience of the Blackfeet.

Lakota Arts and Culture       Sept 2017

Come to South Dakota and experience the meaning of culture on the Great Plains. Stay at the Lakotas’ own comfortable hotel on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and join our Lakota artist guides for a week of exploration and creativity. Take field trips to see the places that inspire the beauty of tribal Art and under your guide's expert tutelage, try your own hand at crafting an item in the Lakota tradition. 


Lakota Storyteller      Oct 2017                    

Traverse the prairies and the sacred Black Hills and follow the culture and history of the Lakota people through great leaders such as Sitting Bull, Red Cloud and Crazy Horse. This is a road toward understanding of the historic and contemporary realities of the Tetonwan Oyate.


Create the Art of 100 Winters        Feb 2018                       

Learn Lakota beading & quillwork skills, see Native Art demos and

workshops, visit the Black Hills and Pine Ridge, discuss Native literature,

hear Native flute music, enjoy Native American movies, learn to speak Lakota


Winter Wolf Song         Feb 2018                              

On the Trail of the Wolves of Yellowstone – learn the Native American meaning of the wolf to tribal people and search out wolves in the winter wonderland habitat of America’s Serengeti – the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park.


I Am Lakota    May-June 2018

Visit the sacred lands of the Lakota Sioux in Spring time and experience Pine Ridge, Wounded Knee, Paha Sapa - the sacred Black Hills, Mako Sica – the Badlands. Enter the sacred circle and journey into Lakota culture.


Land of the Buffalo Nations      June, 2018

People and Powwow from Yellowstone to the Great Plains of Wyoming. Search for the Grizzly bear and learn his significance to Native American Plains tribes, discover the tribal connection to the land and experience Powwow!


Hoka Hey        June 2018                                  

A clash of Cultures on the Trail to the Little Bighorn! Many have spoken of the military conflict that exploded at the Little Bighorn, but only in recent years has the Cheyenne and Lakota self-imposed silence been lifted. Come visit, cut through the Hollywood imagery and historical mythology to learn the real story of this legendary Battle of the Little Bighorn.


Seven Council Fires        Sept, 2018    Plus Powwow Add-on

Visit the Lakota Sioux Nations of the Seven Council Fires.  Hear the tribal history of the People from one of the Lakota’s premier historians, enjoy family stories and photos, and walk this historic land by the Missouri River to the lands of Sitting Bull at Standing Rock reservation to the Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Yankton reservations. Plus, POWWOW!


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Extraordinary Native American Tours for people who want to connect with the real Native American Indian Country

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