The Hopi People trace their history in
The Hopi reservation in northeastern
The Hopi villages are found at both the base and the top of three mesas. These mesas project to the south from the enormous Black Mesa formation. The first
Moenkopi is where a branch of Old Oraibi was established as a farming village, later it was a permanent settlement.
The Hopi are known for their pottery, their coiled basketry and for wicker basketry, weaving, kachina doll carving and silver smiting.
In addition to the scenery and arts and crafts, visitors are welcome to attend most public ceremonies to observe dances. Social and kachina dances are performed today as they have been for centuries.
Photographing, recording or sketching of villages and ceremonies are strictly prohibited. it is critical that guest obey all rules and regulations established by the villages.
You may contact the different village development offices to find out the dates for their events since they are not published due to respect for each individual village.