Hawikku Tour | Step back in time in Hawikku, one of the fabled "Cities of Cibola." This was the site of "first contact" between Europeans and Native People in the Southwest in 1540 with the arrival of Coronado. Additionally, it is one of the only sites extensively excavated by archaeologist Frederick Hodge from 1917 to 1923.
Village of the Great Kivas Tour | Experience this Chacoan-outlier village with its "great" kivas, as well as extensive petroglyphs and pictographs.
Badger Springs Tour | Explore a cluster of remote ancestral settlements, with petroglyphs carved into the sandstone cliffs.
Re-Discover the Cities of Cibola | Full day tour of several ancestral sites. The “Cities of Cibola include Halona:Idiwan'a (present-day Zuni Pueblo), Hawikku (Where Coronado first arrived), and the unexcavated sites of K'wa'kin'a, Kechiba:wa, Mats'a:kya, and Kyaki:ma. The seventh is on top of the mesa. Inaccessible.