It is amazing to us how the Native Americans lived and traveled in the Big Bend. These were some hardy folks. No couch sitters or iPad users in that group!
Although the early residents of this area did not build permanent structures, they did leave a great deal of their lives behind.
If you like cultural history, think about joining us for a 2 hour Jeep tour and walk into one of the many Native American "base camps" in the Big Bend.
You'll need some good walking shoes, a camera and an outdoor mind.
Where to Meet: Far Flung Outdoor Center (get directions)
Summer Departures: Apache Trail for the period May 15 - October 1 depart once a day at 9:00 a.m. from the Far Flung Outdoor Center.
Fall and Winter Departures: Apache Trail for the period October 1 - May 14 depart twice a day (9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.) from the Far Flung Outdoor Center.
Return Time/Trip Length (to Far Flung Outdoor Center): 2 hours
Refreshments: Iced water provided by Far Flung. Guests should bring their own water bottle to be re-filled during the tour.
Difficulty: This tour requires walking on flat terrain with some elevation gain at the end of the trip. In fact, this tour has more walking than actual Jeep time. Guests should be in reasonable physical condition and be comfortable with a 1 mile round trip walk at a very slow pace.
Minimum Age: 6
Adult Price: $54/person
Child Price (12 years and younger): $49/person
(Trip price includes guide, "safari" style Jeep and iced water. Price does not include Texas sales tax of 7.75%, energy surcharge, or gratuities)
Deposit and Payment Terms:
A non-refundable deposit of $10/person is required at the time of reservation with the balance due 48 hours prior to the trip departure date.