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What you offer

Hours per week

Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.

Night Shift

Help with night tasks to make the place relaxing for all guests

Kitchen Hand

Help serving and organizing meals.


Exchange and wash bed linens. Make the beds.


Help with check-ins, check-outs and attend to guests.

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What you get

Days off per week

Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.


A billion stars over your head and a comfy tent to sleep in.

Cook your own meal

Feel free to prepare your own meal here

Free Laundry

There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.

Bikes at your disposal

Hop on my bike, baby! Free to use bicycles.


Worldpackers team will guide and advise you before, during and after your trip.

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The Experience

Your tent or ours that we open to travellers, who wish to stay in our area, and help us co-host two tents and two hogans. It enables us to travel, and make meetings, appointments and work on our legal Environmental cases, and expand our bee project to a working state, as we are just getting bees. We are looking for volunteers, who can help change sheets, clean the four units and prepare them for the evening travellers coming in.

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  • Intermediate English

  • Over 18 years old

  • United States Visa

What's not included

Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa

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Stay at least
2 weeks
Stay up to
12 months

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1 Review

Host & Staff

Hours & Tasks


Learning & Fun

United States

I loved staying at the campground! Unfortunately, I did not get to take part in the bee project due to the cold weather, but I was still kept busy and learned so much about the area. The hosts are very flexible when it comes to figuring out what tasks suit you best. I was also able to join tours whenever a visitor booked one, which was a great way to see the area! The hosts were also more than happy to share their meals with me, but make sure you still bring some snacks for yourself. Overall, my stay at Monument Valley was amazing, and a great trade-off for the work required.

7 months ago

About Monument Valley Navajo Bee Project

  • Hosted by Jennafer

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  • Response Rate: 90%
  • Response Time: A few hours
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