“The purpose of Navajo life is to maintain balance between the individual and the universe and to live in harmony with nature and the Creator.”  American Indian Religious Freedom Act, Public Law 103-344

In 2013 Life Unlimited will offer a true Native American experience starting at an exclusive resort nestled deep in the San Juan Mountains of the Colorado Rockies. This perfectly restored ghost town has exquisitely furnished log cabins, a life-worn saloon serving delicious, healthy food, abundant adventures and reviving hot springs beneath shimmering snow banks.

Life Unlimited in Colorado will take you on breathtaking explorations.  Horse trekking into the endless wilderness, mountain biking, snowshoeing, hiking, camping, fly fishing, river rafting, kayaking. We will explore North America’s most evocative archaeological sites and the beauty of Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly, deep in the Navajo Reservation.

After an active day you can soak for hours in natural hot springs before a dinner prepared from locally sourced organic foods.

From there we venture out to discover the raw energy of the real America - and spend a night in our own private mobile camp – before we put down new roots in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, close to the border with Arizona

This resort tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views towards the Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument – offers an endless variety of ways to enjoy the dramatic landscape.

With expert archaeologists, geologists and naturalists as our guides we will explore the home of the native Navajo and Hopi tribes.

We will hike, climb, ride, cycle, swim, kayak and fish. 

And we will visit iconic attractions such as 
the Grand Canyon, Colorado River, Monument Valley, Grand Staircase – Escalante and Bryce and Zion National Parks.

This part of the world has a geographic diversity that is unrivalled, resulting in scenery as captivating as it is majestic ….. and an uplifting and spiritual Life Unlimited Experience.

More details coming soon.


To be announced

Native America