Soak in the culture at Arizona’s Native American hotels and resorts

Many people travel to “Indian Country” in the southwestern United States. They enjoy visiting traditional sites, shopping for Native American jewelry and attending events where they can enjoy Native American dances. Discriminating travelers are looking for experiences where they can discover a region’s customs, traditions, cuisine, and music. With more Tribal Nations than other state in the country, Arizona offers visitors the opportunity to explore Native American culture in the most intimate and authentic of ways. There are places where you can stay in hotels and resorts run by tribes and with cultural touches that will add meaning to your vacation.

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Visiting Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico

If you haven’t seen Bandelier National Monument, plan a visit during your New Mexico vacation. The park is located just an hour north of Santa Fe. A visit to Bandelier is a great way to learn about the ancestral pueblo people and envision them in the beautiful valley that is set aside as the National Monument

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Visiting Acoma Pueblo New Mexico

If you have traveled in the Southwest U.S. or have visited a Native American art market, you have probably come across Pueblo Pottery. One of the most common Pueblo Pottery is the pottery from Acoma Pueblo. Visiting Acoma and learning more about their pottery makes for a fantastic day trip from Albuquerque or Gallup, New Mexico.

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