- Our list of the best things to do in Bluff, Utah, features the top 15 nearby activities — including 11 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bluff, UT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Tours, Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Bluff, UT , followed by 10 popular activities in nearby cities, including Blanding and Mexican Hat
Navajo Spirit Tours offers tours to Monument Valley, Mystery Valley, and Teardrop Arch. These tours are designed to explore the meaning of the land to the Navajo people, and all tour guides were raised in this part of the world.
88% 82 votes
P.O. Box 360-377, Monument Valley, UT 84536 MoreLess Info
Simpson's Trailhandler Tours offer a variety of hike and jeep tours to the local monuments which include ancient Anasazi ruins and petroglyphs as well as scenic geological formations of Monument Valley. The guides belong to the local Navajo tribe and have a first hand knowldge of the area.
Blackwater Tours is a local tour company providing guided assistance to visitors as they explore the historical and cultural heritage of Monument Valley. They offer a variety of tours to choose from ranging from basic tour to the Mystery Tour which includes ancient Anasazi ruins.
98% 739 votes
Highway 163 Navajo Market, Monument Valley, UT 84536 MoreLess Info
Monument Valley Safari offers open-air 4x4 truck safaris and enclosed Chevy Suburban tours of Lower Monument Valley, Mystery Valley, Hunts Mesa and Tear Drop Arch. These tours are customized to meet the needs of the traveler.
Visitors can enjoy the desert landscape and wildlife on Dineh Horseback Tours. The tour takes place on horseback and goes through the Monument Valley region. The guide is knowledgeable about Navajo culture and points out different landmarks on the trail.
93% 40 votes
62 W. Hwy 163 County Rte 2404, Monument Valley, UT 84536 MoreLess Info
Providing a guided tour in a four-wheel drive vehicle, Sandstone Tours takes visitors through the Monument and Mystery Valleys. The tour offers views of sandstone formations, mesas, ruins and petroglyphs with information about the area provided by the guide.
100% 2 votes
US-163, On the Arizona-Utah border, The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Monument Valley, UT 84536 MoreLess Info
Monument Valley Balloon Flights offers sweeping vistas of some of nature's largest sculptures. Their tour rate includes one night's lodging, park entrance fees, a Navajo guide, one hour balloon flight, post-flight breakfast, and a tour of the back country areas.
With hiking, jeep tour and horseback riding to choose from, Black's Jeep and Horse Tours offer a variety of ways to explore and enjoy the desert landscape of Monument Valley. The tours include access to restricted areas with ancient ruins, petroglyphs and other geological formations such as arches.