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Yeego Travel

Travel is more than connecting from Point A to Point B. It's the experience and adventure along the way. It's the memories you will treasure when you return. Business and leisure travel ought to be invigorating. Widen your horizons and bring your A-game to connect.

Leisure Travel

We can help you plan your next memorable travel experience from vacation packages, custom-curated adventures, small group travel, and better adventures. We have exceptional and exclusive supplier partners worldwide. Start your journey with us. 

Business Travel

Business travel should be as enjoyable as leisure travel. We'll get you there rested and ready to work. When work is done, we can help you plan excursions before you return home. We work with local and trusted supplier partners to bring you the best experience.

Cultural & Educational Travel

We have connections with suppliers for educational and cultural travel whether you're a school group, board retreat, or an armchair anthropologist. Put your deep interest to use. Learn and assist professors, linguists, and anthropologists in their field studies.

In the News

A line of vehicles wait to enter Canada at the Peace Arch border crossing Monday, Aug. 9, 2021, in Blaine, Wash. Canada lifted its prohibition on Americans crossing the border to shop, vacation or visit, but America kept similar restrictions in place, part of a bumpy return to normalcy from coronavirus travel bans. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Canada reopens its border for vaccinated US visitors

Canada lifted its prohibition on Americans crossing the border to shop, vacation or visit on Monday while the United States is maintaining similar restrictions for Canadians, part of a bumpy return to normalcy from COVID-19 travel bans.

Rose Yazzie, 80, rests her hands on the 25-foot totem pole Sunday morning at Counselor Chapter House. Photo by Sharon Chischilly, Navajo Times.

‘May we be strong, may our prayers be heard’: Lummi totem pole stops in Bears Ears, Chaco Canyon enroute to D.C.

The loaves of Pueblo oven bread were homemade and the thin-rolled Piki bread were brought by the Kiis’áanii.

The breads, along with all-natural handmade soaps from the Nizhóní Soap Company, LLC and lip gloss from Shundine’s Frybread Stand, were added to the individual gift baskets – assembled by the Women of Bears Ears – for the House of Tears Carvers and their allies from the Lummi Nation near Bellingham, Washington.

Bears Ears National Monument Anne Lindgren, via Getty Images Plus

Opinion: Women of Bears Ears Are Asking You to Help Save It

We are among the Women of Bears Ears — Indigenous women who support our families and communities in the protections of ancestral lands. We come from Diné, Nuche, Pueblo and other allied Native Nations. From these Southwestern lands, twin buttes rise; they are known as Bears Ears.

Elouise Wilson, Mary R. Benally, Ahjani Yepa and Cynthia Wilson are among the founding members of WomenOfBearsEars.org, which supports the restoration of Bears Ears National Monument.