Near Cameron, take the bypass (Highway 64) that leads to the Grand Canyon National Park. We stopped at the Little Colorado River. A small tributary that joins the Colorado. During this stretch of road are scattered Navajo indians with little shops and captivating the innocent touris. This area is owned by the Navajo. To enter here you have to pay a small entrance fee. Worth it as inside are beautiful views of the river and several souvenir stalls ahead. This is the last place where the Navajo encamp, from the entrance to the Grand Canyon the park belongs to the U.S. government itself.