The Bisti Wilderness Adventure is a walking tour and is closed to motorized vehicles. The Chaco Canyon Adventure is a vehicle/walking tour. We park at three trailheads and walk to each of the Great Houses.

For the Bisti Wilderness Adventure, guests will meet either at a prearranged location or at the wilderness sign junction off Highway 371 and County Road 7297.

For the Chaco Canyon Adventure, guests will meet either at a prearranged location or at the Visitors Center in Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

We limit group size to nine (9) people for the Bisti Wilderness Adventure. Contact us for more information.
Yes. We accommodate by customizing your tour. Here are examples: 3-hour tour, sunrise/sunset/night sky, scheduling tour windows to an earlier/later time, adding another area of interest, jump-on guide, and corporate sized groups. Email for more information.
  • Kialo Winters is of Diné and Zia descent.
  • Terri Winters is of Diné and White Mountain Apache descent.)
  • Gilbert Tsinnajinnie is of Diné and Zia descent.
  • Raymond Ignacio Jr. is of Diné descent.
We are in Mountain Daylight Time MDT (UTC - 6:00). See our current date and time here.
Your RV is able to access the main Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness parking lot, but if you need a formal RV park, the closest park will be in Farmington, NM view list
Your RV is able to access Chaco Canyon's Gallo Campground, but if you need to consider other locations, see these area campgrounds:
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177 miles (2 hours 45 minutes) from downtown Albuquerque to the main Bisti/De-Na-Zin parking lot via Interstate 40 & Highway 371.
Yes! Dogs are allowed on tour. Need dog or cat boarding?
7303 East Main Street, Farmington, New Mexico 87402
(505) 326-5111
Yes. You can read reviews here.
No refund if you cancel six days before your tour. 97% refund if you cancel seven days or sooner. We do 97% refunds if we cancel due to weather. Review entire terms and conditions here.
The Bureau of Land Management Farmington Field Office manages drone applications. Contact the BLM office here. Navajo Nation Department of Transportation is responsible for review and managing an official drone registry. An application submission is required to fly your UAV on the Navajo Nation. Register here.