Kayenta (Navajo: Tó Dínéeshzheeʼ) is a U.S. census-designated place (CDP) which is part of the Navajo Nation and is in Navajo County, Arizona. The population was 5,189 at the 2010 census. Kayenta is located 25 miles (40 km) south of Monument Valley and contains a number of hotels and motels which service visitors to Monument Valley. Like other places on the Navajo Nation, it is illegal to serve alcohol. Arizona does not observe Daylight Time; however, the Navajo reservation does. Kayenta Township is the only municipal-style government on the Navajo Nation. It is regarded as a political sub-division of the Navajo Nation. It is managed by a five-member elected town board, which hires the township manager. Kayenta is the name for the Chapter, as well as the township. Kayenta Chapter (a political division within the Navajo Nation that is analogous to a county within a state) encompasses land in both Utah and Arizona. Thus, the Navajo Nation's census figures for Kayenta Chapter are significantly different from those of Kayenta proper. Kayenta also known as (Navajo: Toh-Den-Nas-Shai) meaning "Little fingers of running water". Similarly, like when it rains and the many drops run together; forming multiple little streams, that join larger streams.Wikipedia
If you are looking for travel information of Kayenta in United States, you've come to the right place. Kayenta is located at a short trip away from Page a major city in United States. Page is bestowed with interesting set of attractions like Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell And Glen Canyon. To get to this city, remember that the nearest major airport is Page Municipal Airport. 1-2 days is an ideal duration of visit to Kayenta.