THE BEST NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORICAL TOURS AVAILABLE
Native History... why is the tribal side of US history so seldom told? And why is it that when it is , there always seem to be 'amendments'?
At NDN2rs, we believe that if you don't know both sides of the story, you probably don't know either side of the story.
We have a team of guides who have learned both sides, and really
understand the conflicts and what
the resolutions could still be,
given a chance to be heard.
The insights our guides offer on the Native perspectives and oral history of centuries of conflict are not always found in books.
Sadly, mainstream historians can be dismissive of oral accounts, but how true that a person who simply flicks the switch on a recorded interview does not need to develop an ear for detail.
But a person who is entrusted with remembering a story for the purpose of preserving and passing it down through the generations has been given a sacred duty, and is bound by honor to remember it well.
7 DAYS OF PLAINS INDIANS WARFARE WEEKENDS AT THE LITTLE BIGHORN APACHE! (2016)
I Am Lakota June 2015
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 2015
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!
Ancient Ways of the Hopi Sept 2015
Experience Hopi Art and Lifeways of 'the Peaceful People' on the Mesas, Ancient cultures of Grand Canyon, Sedona, Hopi Mesas, Kachina Art, Hopi Silver artists in home studios...
Lakota Storyteller Oct 2015
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.
Across the Medicine Line Aug 2015
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.
Seven Council Fires Sept 2015
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!
Walk In Beauty Aug 30 -Sept 6, 2015
Navajo culture at its finest. Travel through the red rock desert lands of the Dine – Monument Valley, Spider Rock, Canyon De Chelly and many more places where the traditional culture is treasured and passed through generations. Finish at the Navajo Nation Fair in Window Rock – where there is no purer microcosm of Navajo culture to experience.
Apache Nov 2016
Cochise, Geronimo, Victorio, and Mangas Coloradas, all legendary Apache leaders whose names and deeds reverberate through the canyons, mountains, and deserts of their homelands! All of those men were Chiricahua Apaches, and on “Apache Wars” we follow their trails through history.
Hoka Hey June 2016
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.