GUIDED NATIVE AMERICAN TOURS 2020-21
WHY CHOOSE GO NATIVE AMERICA?
WHEN YOU TAKE A NATIVE AMERICAN TOUR WITH GO NATIVE AMERICA YOU'LL KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO:
Connect with Native people
See the real Native America through tribal eyes
Learn truth, and get the insights most travelers miss.
Find personal answers to your deepest questions
Understand the sacred values of the tribal lifeway
Experience places off limits to the tourists
SAVE YOUR PRECIOUS TIME, AND YOUR MONEY
Native American travel resources are not widely available. It can be time consuming and frustrating to research your trip, and you still may not get to the heart of Native America when you get on the road. Luckily, we already know the hidden locations, best travel routes and great hotels and Go Native America gives you a special authentic experience you can't create for yourself.
If you are looking for authenticity and reality, that cheap tour you see in a glossy brochure will likely turn out to be a drive-by money-waster!
With GoNativeAmerica you are going on a chronological journey to experience the really important places within Native American cultures; some you'll know of, others only The People know.
DARE TO GO SOLO - IN THE COMPANY OF A GREAT GROUP OF LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE
Not everyone's family or friends share their interest or passion for Native America, and over the years we have noticed people will initially say they can't make it on a trip because they 'can't find a traveling partner'.
When you travel with us you are already in the company of other solo travelers who want to journey to the heart and spirit of Native American lands to learn and experience. Don't let traveling 'alone' stop you. Come with us, meet new friends with the same interest and know that you will be in the company of like-minded folks with the same goal as youself. We are proud to say that many lifelong friendships have been forged on Go Native America journeys.
Want to explore Native American culture? Love American Indian history? Need to know the meaning of the wolf to Native Americans? Got a thing for visiting Pine Ridge Indian Reservation? Don’t know when is the best time to visit? If you don't know how to choose, take a look at our 'get help choosing' page where there are short, 10-question forms you can fill, in order that we can give you our best suggestions and ideas.
April 18-26th, 2020. Experience the breadth of Southwestern Native cultures on this seven day cultural odyssey through the ‘Land of Enchantment’ of New Mexico. Explore Pueblo, Navajo and Hopi cultures then at Albuquerque’s Gathering of Nations, experience the largest powwow in Indian Country.
May 2020 26 Native American tribes consider Yellowstone National Park part of their ancestral homeland. Even the federal government concedes their deep spiritual connection to this land of geothermal wonders, abundant wildlife and cultural treasure. Why then is it so hard to learn about the real Native Yellowstone from the NPS? Join this special journey and walk in the circle of wisdom, in the shadow of the bear and wolf in this extraordinary place known as the Land of the Yellow Rock Water.
May 30 - Jun 7, 2020 Visit the sacred lands of the Lakota Sioux in spring time. Visit Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee, Paha Sapa - the sacred Black Hills, Mako Sica – the Badlands, Bear Butte... Learn the culture and history of the Oceti Sakowin.
Oct 2020 Visit the sacred lands of the Lakota Sioux in the crisp, sunny weather of the fall, starting at the Lakota place of genesis – Wind Cave. Visit Pine Ridge and Wounded Knee, Paha Sapa - the sacred Black Hills, Mako Sica – the Badlands, Bear Butte, and Mato Tipila. All are sacred sites of the Oceti Sakowin and your extraordinary week celebrating Native culture culminates at the biggest powwow of the season – Oglala Nation Powwow!
July 2021 Join this special journey through some of the most beautiful and spiritually significant lands on the planet. Come explore the land of the Tsistsistas People, the wilderness of Yellowstone, the majesty of the Bighorn Mountains, the serenity of Wind River Canyon, and join the excitement at the Northern Cheyenne reservation where we savor the sights and sounds of Powwow at the 4th of July Celebration.