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Our tour guide, Fernando was awesome! He gave a thorough background into culture, beliefs and history all in one. He answered all questions well and was helpful and a lot of fun. Tour is not too long or involved and really gives you a good...More
The Middle Village Walking Tour was informative and our guide was friendly and knowledgeable. However, it would be better described as a “visit.” Because the mission church is closed for restoration, the ceremonial plaza is the only true stop on the tour. If you have...More
Kenny is a tribal Shaman and professional archaeologist with a wealth of information to share that is mind boggling. He took my husband and I on a two person tour (the first of the day) and we left with a tremendous appreciation for his cultural...More
I don't even know where to start with this. Kenny is the Zuni Fire God Shaman, a 30 year archaeologist and a Stanford grad. The hour long lesson on Zuni Theology was absolutely mind blowing and to be honest, one of the best parts of...More
The tour guides are extremely knowledgable and provide an extremely interesting description of the history of the Zuni People. You can evaluate the living conditions of these Native Americans and better understand not only their history but there current life.
These are the ruins where Europeans first "discovered" Zuni territory in 1539. Our tour guide, Tom, was extremely knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and had the ability to make the site come alive--pointing to specific areas at the site, he showed where the Zunis attacked and killed the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the historic Zuni Pueblo and the Old Mission. Our knowledgeable tour guide shared cultural, social and religious facts we did not know before and we were able to see inside the old mission, which is usually closed to tourists....More
I have concluded that any pueblo that totally restricts your activity to a guided for-fee tour is probably not worth it. It seems almost to be an inverse relationship between how much you pay and how much you will enjoy. The many free sites in...More