Kayenta is a small town in Navajo County, Arizona. Since this is part of the historic land that the Indian Navajo tribe used to live, the major Kayenta attraction is the Navajo Cultural Centre located in the Tribal Park. There may be a $20 entrance fee for every car (up to 4 passengers), but it is worth the visit. The Navajo tour guide will help you understand the culture and history of this respectful Indian tribe. If you are fond of rodeo, then the best period to visit Kayenta is between 1-4 July. The annual Kayenta 4th of July Rodeo rates among the top rodeos in the US and is a strong pole of attraction for thousands of visitors. Regarding budget accommodation, Wetherill Inn is one of the best value-for-money discount motels that you can find in the area. It is only 40 minutes drive from the Tribal Park; it has a heated pool, clean rooms, and substantial intercontinental breakfast.