We will continue to report on the tour on Wednesday, March 3rd.
The final day of the third day begins at Gouldings Lodge in Monument Valley.
I have reported on Monument Valley before, but the tourist spots are still closed due to restrictions on activities in the Navajo settlement.
Since there is no access to the valley of Monument Valley, few tourists visit here and it is quiet.
You may now be able to experience the tranquil world of a time-slip in the days before it was known as the location of Hollywood movies.
I will post seasonal photos of Monument Valley from my guide.
Monument Valley dyed in the setting sun.
Monument Valley where the rising sun rises.
Forrest Gump Point.
On Tuesday, March 2nd, I will post a photo of the beautiful Asahi of the Grand Canyon from the guide who is on tour yesterday.
The early morning chill is still severe and the temperature is -5 ° C.
However, in a clear, cloudless sky, watching the sun slowly shine into the Grand Canyon valley as the sun rises makes me feel fine, forgetting all the unpleasant things.
Since the east exit of the Grand Canyon National Park is still closed, it will take about an hour and a half to move to Monument Valley after this.
The participants this time are a couple living in New York, but they are enjoying their time alone.
On Monday, March 1st, we held a tour of 2 nights and 3 days.
Today on the first day was sightseeing in Sedona and watching the sunset in the Grand Canyon.
The weather is good and the guide has sent me pictures of the sunset in the Grand Canyon and Sedona, so I will post them.