People have been living tiny since they started building homes, which is just what you’ll find at Shash Dine’ EcoRetreat. Set on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, the “glampground” features a number of tiny dwellings which represent the past and future of Navajo architecture.
On site you’ll find authentic “hogans,” which are round earthen homes that the Navajo lived in generations ago. Additionally there are a couple of bell tents, wagons (which Navajo lived in while caring for sheep), and even a cube home (meant to show the future possibilities for Navajo dwelling).
In authentic Navajo fashion, there is no running water or electricity at the EcoRetreat — you truly get to step into their world and share in the rich history of the Navajo people. Enjoy Jenna’s video tour of the glampground below.
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Hogans, Bell Tents, Wagons & The Cube
Here’s an aerial view of the EcoRetreat
The cube was built from metal that would rust to blend back into the landscape.
These restored wagons were used by Navajo shepherds.
The bell tents also blend into the landscape.
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