In-Depth Trip Itinerary
Be prepared—Spontaneous changes are part of the fun!

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DAY 1. MONDAY, 27 SEPT. ARRIVE ARIZONA, SEDONA



ARRIVE AT PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INT'L AIRPORT (PHX) and take the 2-1/2 hour Shuttle to Sedona (see TRAVEL page for Shuttle details).

Evening Welcome Dinner and gathering.

OvernightBest Western Arroyo Roble Hotel. (D)

DAY 2. TUESDAY, 28 SEPT. SEDONA


After a sumptuous breakfast buffet we will gather for a morning circle before departing for the energy sites of Sedona.

Overnight — Best Western Arroyo Roble Hotel. (B)

DAY 3. WEDNESDAY, 29 SEPT. GRAND CANYON


Prophets Conference founder Cody Johnson, Grand Canyon

After breakfast and our morning circle we depart for the magnificent Grand Canyon.

OvernightYavapai East Lodge. (B, D)

DAY 4. THURSDAY, 30 SEPT. GRAND CANYON


After breakfast and our morning circle we spend a full day at the Grand Canyon.

Overnight — Yavapai East Lodge. (B)

DAY 5. FRIDAY, 1 OCT. HOPI


John Kimmey at Prophecy Rock, Hopi

After breakfast and our morning circle we depart for Hopi. We will visit the ancient petroglyphs and John Kimmey will share the Hopi Prophecy, which is most relevant for our current times.

After Hopi we will depart for Chinle.

OvernightThunderbird Lodge. (B, L, D)

DAY 6. SATURDAY, 2 OCT. CANYON DE CHELLE


Our group inside the canyon

After breakfast we will depart for a full-day jeep tour of the extraordinary Canyon de Chelle with our Najajo guide.

Overnight — Thunderbird Lodge. (B, L)

DAY 7. SUNDAY, 3 OCT. SHIPROCK


Breathing in the energy at Shiprock on our previous Southwest Pilgrimage

After breakfast and our morning circle we depart for Shiprock, where we will enjoy the 99th annual Shiprock Navajo Fair, the oldest Navajo Fair on the Navajo Reservation. This event includes exhibits, rodeo, pow-wow, traditional song & dance, parade and carnival. The main attraction is the Ye'ii Bi Chei ceremony conducted for the first time of the year any where on the Navajo Nation. The famous "Yei" rugs, depicting the Yei deities, have traditionally been woven in the Shiprock area.

OvernightCourtyard Farmington. (B)

DAY 8. MONDAY, 4 OCT. CHACO CANYON


Our group walking in silence, listening.

After an early breakfast we will check out of hotel depart for Chaco Canyon. Full day exploring the mysteries of Chaco and the of ancestral Puebloan culture. Pueblo descendants say that Chaco was a special gathering place where many peoples and clans converged to share their ceremonies, traditions, and knowledge. Chaco is central to the origins of several Navajo clans and ceremonies. Chaco is also an enduring enigma for researchers.

OvernightHotel St. Francis. (B, L)

DAY 9. TUESDAY, 5 OCT. SANTA FE


After breakfast we will enjoy a morning walking tour of Santa Fe. The afternoon is free to explore the wonderful galleries and shops.

Evening Farewell Dinner and Celebration.

Overnight — Hotel St. Francis. (B, D)

DAY 10. WEDNESDAY, 6 OCT. DEPARTURE


After breakfast we will check out of the hotel. Meet the airport shuttle to transfer to the Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ), and depart for home. (B)

Note... BLD stands for (B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner) the meals that are included in the tour.

Due to the magical and spontaneous nature of these trips the itinerary is subject to change, although all sites listed will be visited.



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