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Native American Tours
Prices range from $135 to $5797 per person
Visit the sacred lands of the Lakota Sioux in South Dakota amid the beauty of 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.
April - October
Tribal ways from the tundra to glaciers; did you ever think you would witness the Eskimo Olympics? Or see Mount McKinley? Come with us to explore awe-inspiring Alaska - this is a special kind of Alaskan odyssey combining tribal cultures, history and Alaska Native perspectives to create a spiritual connection to this extraordinary land.
Little Bighorn Battlefield, Crow Agency, MT
8am and 4pm daily - $135 per rider. BOOK AHEAD!
See the battlefield as Crazy Horse and Custer saw it on that fateful day back in June 1876. You will be riding to areas the tourists cannot experience - Weir Point, Medicine Tail Coulee, and beyond. You don't need to be experienced, but you MUST wear shoes/boots with heels - no trainers or flipflops.
1-3 day tours available May-Nov
26 Tribes hold the lands of the 'Yellow Rock Water' to be a sacred part of their traditional, ancestral
homeland. Curiously, the the National Park system tells visitors precious little of the culture and history of this amazing place. Learn the meaning of Yellowstone's geological features, and abundant wildlife to Native American peoples. Seek out wolves, bears, and other sacred four-leggeds.
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.
There may be no better introduction to the concept of Mitakuye Oyasin - We Are All Related - than to join us in the lands of the Lakota. Stand before the sacred Black Hills, see the majestic buffalo on the plains, experience the spirit of important sites to the Lakota and visit Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
Sept - Oct - Nov 2014
Experience Hopi Art and Lifeways of 'the Peaceful People' on the Mesas. Learn of Ancient cultures around Grand Canyon, Sedona, the three Hopi Mesas, and visit Kachina, Pottery and silversmith artists in their home studios.
Unprecidented access to amazing cultures and history.