Antelope Canyon Tours

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In Arizona's Lake Powell area lies Antelope Canyon, one of the most-photographed slot canyons in the United States. Formed by water rushing through the rock over the course of millions of years, this southwestern natural wonder has two parts that are often mixed up—the deep yet narrow Upper Antelope Canyon (also known as Spiral Rock Arches) and the Lower Antelope Canyon (Hasdeztwazi), both of which are set on Navajo land as part of the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park.

The Basics
Many travelers visit on photography tours to capture the colors and shapes of the winding canyon's walls or to spot local wildlife, such as the pronghorn antelope. Antelope Canyon tours often also visit Lake Powell or nearby Horseshoe Bend, a scenic viewpoint overlooking a curve in the Colorado River. Slot canyon tours from Flagstaff and Sedona typically include round-trip transportation. Other more comprehensive multi-day tours of the southwest depart from Las Vegas or the Grand Canyon National Park.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • This Navajo nation landmark can only be seen with an authorized tour guide. The Navajo people know the land well and take sightseers through the narrow canyons and around the surrounding area.
  • Bring your camera—photography enthusiasts travel from all over to snap shots of Antelope Canyon. Because the interior is dimly lit, you may also want to bring a tripod for longer exposures.
  • The more popular of the two, Upper Canyon is easily walkable thanks to a level sandy surface. Lower Canyon, a few miles away, involves a longer, more narrow walk that requires climbing metal staircases and is therefore inaccessible to wheelchair users.

How to Get There
Antelope Canyon is set 7.6 miles (12.2 kilometers) from the city of Page, near America's Arizona-Utah border. By road, Flagstaff and Sedona are two hours and three hours away, respectively. Although you must have a guide upon arrival, it's also easy to drive right to Lower Antelope Canyon from Flagstaff, Sedona, and even Phoenix by heading north along Arizona State Route 98.

When to Get There
Although the canyon is open year-round, many travelers consider March through October to be the best time to visit, mainly because of the strong light beams that can be seen shining into the upper part of the canyon when the sun is highest in the sky. This phenomenon makes for a stellar display in the dark canyons, with the sun illuminating the cracks and crevices of the colorful canyon's red rock walls. Expect temperatures near 100°F (38°C) in summer.
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Address: Page, Arizona 86040, USA
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Arizona Highlights Day Trip: Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon with River Rafting

Explore the Grand Canyon from the land, air, and water on this full-day sightseeing adventure. Experience a 1-hour flight over the Grand Canyon’s East Rim, the Colorado River, and Lake Powell en route to Page, Arizona. Then take a 1.5-hour tour of Antelope Canyon with an American Indian guide, followed by a leisurely, 4.5-hour, motorized rafting trip along the Colorado River, including a scenic 30-minute hike. The return drive back to the Grand Canyon features a stop to shop for Navajo crafts. Continental breakfast and lunch included.
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Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon Scenic Tour

Travel from Sedona or Flagstaff for a full-day tour to see Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon, two of Arizona's natural treasures. Along the way, visit parts of the Navajo Nation, stop at an authentic trading post and view the Painted Desert. Upon arrival in the town of Page, go offroading in spectacular Antelope Canyon with a local guide. You'll also visit Glen Canyon and see the Colorado River, Lake Powell and Vermillion Cliffs. Your guide shares informative commentary about the region's history, geology and wildlife as you discover the American Southwest.
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Antelope Canyon Tour and Horseshoe Bend from Sedona

Explore the natural wonders of Antelope Canyon, a narrow slot canyon carved by wind and water through the ages. A Navajo guide helps you photograph the shifting light and creamy colors of the sandstone canyon, a must-see amid the splendor of the American Southwest. Views of Glen Dam, Lake Powell, and Horseshoe Bend are included en route from Sedona.
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Upper Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend & Zion National Park One Day Tour

Leave the lights and crowds of the Las Vegas strip behind, and get a full day out in the stunning nature of the West. Visit iconic Horseshoe Bend, with its famous views of the Colorado River. Explore the desert landscape of Upper Antelope Canyon Gaze up at the massive sandstone cliffs of Zion National Park. Your guide takes care of your needs, beginning with a stop for breakfast and including round trip transportation from your Las Vegas Strip hotel.
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Antelope Slot Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour

Visit a spectacular desert landscape shaped by wind and water on a 12-hour trip from Sedona to Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. You’ll travel through some of Arizona’s most scenic places, shop for Native American art at a historic trading post, and hike through dramatic terrain. This 12-hour desert tour includes pickup and drop-off at Sedona hotels, a boxed lunch, and all entrance fees, and it’s limited to 14 people for personal service.
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Antelope Canyon Tour and Horseshoe Bend from Flagstaff

Antelope Canyon — a narrow slot canyon carved to stunning perfection throughout the millennia — is a sight to behold. Photo opportunities abound as soft hues illuminate the twisting sandstone cliffs. See this renowned beauty of the American Southwest on a day trip from Flagstaff, with stops at the Cameron Trading Post and Horseshoe Bend. Boxed lunch included.
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Antelope Slot Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Flagstaff

Get a closer look at the striking slot canyons and desert landscapes of the American Southwest on this 10-hour day trip from Flagstaff. Shop for Native American art at the historic Cameron Trading Post, marvel at the postcard-perfect views from Horseshoe Bend, and explore the sandstone walls of scenic Antelope Canyon, plus much more. A boxed lunch is also included.
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Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing

Enjoy an incredible aerial view of the Arizona desert on this small-group helicopter tour from Page. Spend 20 minutes in the sky, flying above Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon located on Navajo land east of Page; Lake Powell, a reservoir on the Colorado River along the border between Utah and Arizona; and the Grand Staircase, an enormous sequence of sedimentary rock layers. Also, spend 20 minutes on top of Tower Butte for a breathtaking panoramic view some 5,000 feet above sea level.
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Two-Day-Tour to Zion, Bryce & Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend & Grand Canyon

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Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour

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