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Waterhole Canyon Experience
Slot Canyon Tour Agency. A Navajo family owned & operated business on the NN. WCE offers guided Hiking, Photography, & Specialty Tours through Waterhole Canyon.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Oct 19
Replying to @waterholecynexp
It’s important we all remain healthy and strong the rest of 2020. (3/3) ❤️
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Oct 19
Replying to @waterholecynexp
Please remember the Navajo Nation has implemented daily curfews and weekend lockdowns throughout the month of October. Do your best to abide by all rules set forth. (2/3)
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Oct 19
As numbers continue to rise on the Navajo Nation, we encourage everyone to stay home and stay safe. If you must go out, please wear a mask at all times and always wash your hands. (1/3)
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Oct 12
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24th Navajo Nation Council Oct 1
PRESS RELEASE: Navajo Nation asks BLM and BIA to suspend Farmington Mancos-Gallup RMPA planning process to allow meaningful consultation -
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NavajoTweets™ Oct 1
Gháájí’ = October. Translates to ‘Half’. Is meant that this is the month of the ‘Separation of Seasons’. In Diné culture, the beginning of the New Year begins in October. Note: the new year is often marked by the new moon.
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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Oct 1
Gháájí’ – Start of a New Year
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Oct 1
It’s October 1st, the beginning of the Navajo New Year. 🍁 Here’s information about the month of October, the pronunciation and meaning.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Sep 25
Navajo Nation re-issues Stay-At-Home Order and 57-hour weekend lockdown due to rising COVID-19 cases within and near the Navajo Nation. The 57-hour weekend lockdown begins tonight at 8pm (MDT).
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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Sep 24
Our team distributed care packages to 1,105 families in Bodaway/Gap, Coppermine, LeChee, Kaibeto, Ts'ah Bii Kin, Navajo Mountain, and Shonto today to help them stay home and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to everyone for helping our Navajo people!
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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Sep 22
Navajo Nation re-issues Stay-At-Home Order and 57-hour weekend lockdown due to rising COVID-19 cases within and near the Navajo Nation
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Sep 22
The NN will be going back into daily curfews & weekend lockdowns. Please remember all Tribal Parks are still CLOSED until further notice. DO NOT try to access the canyon by self guide. We do have security posted & all violators will b prosecuted.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Sep 2
Heads up everyone!
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 22
Waterhole Canyon Experience will remain closed by executive order of the Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 20
Replying to @waterholecynexp
🛑 Please DO NOT access the canyon by self-guide. 🛑 We ask for all visitors and locals to respect the sovereignty of the Navajo Nation. 🛑 No trespassing. All violators will be prosecuted.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 20
Replying to @waterholecynexp
🛑 Waterhole Canyon is still CLOSED. 🛑 All Navajo Tribal Parks are CLOSED to public access, pursuant to emergency resolution CEM-20-03-11.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 20
The Navajo Nation extends weekend lockdowns through August 03rd. As a NN owned and operated business we will remain closed until all closure regulations have been lifted by NN President Nez.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 12
Stay home. Stay safe. Mask up.
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Waterhole Canyon Experience Jul 12
Replying to @ABecenti
Speaking as a Navajo owned and operated slot canyon tour company around Page, AZ area, she cannot be in a slot canyon on NN. We all closed March 13th and haven’t been open since. Our gates are all locked and there is no access point for visitors.
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Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours Jul 10
Replying to @AACT302
Please do your part, if you notice anyone hiking, self guiding please contact the Navajo Nation Rangers at 505-371-5200/5201 or the Coconino County Sheriff's office (928) 645- 6952
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