• Location: Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 199.00 View price calendar

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Explore Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on this guided day trip from Flagstaff. Meet up your Navajo guide and begin to descend into the canyon, the rays of sunlight make for beautiful photos. Later, take a 3/4-mile (1.2 kilometer-) hike to Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado River snakes and bends and twists. It's one of the most dramatic spans of the entire river.


  • Guided day trip from Flagstaff to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend
  • Descend into Antelope Canyon with your Navajo guide and learn about the geology of the area
  • Go on a short hike around Horseshoe Bend, ending up at a breathtaking viewpoint to see the snaking Colorado River
  • Get picked up and dropped off at your hotel in Flagstaff

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

The tour was great! great tour guide with all the history! Started out with a 2 hour drive! Then did horsebend was great to see. Then went to the Glen canyon For lunch. Lunch was great! Ended with the Antelope Canyon! Was amazing to see! Stopped at a trading store on the way back to the hotel!

Violeta V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Absolutely MUST seen!!! Loved it!

Sandy D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Rob was an exceptional and knowledgeable tour guide. He also was a safe and cautious driver. The tour started off with a 3 hour drive to Page, AZ. Rob was giving us a history about the Navajo owned land. Very informative. When we got the upper canyon of the antelope, we waited for our permits. We then embarked on a truck with Nina, our tour guide. Make sure to bring a buff or handkerchief as you will need it for the 3 mile drive in the sand. Once we got to the antelope canyon, it was pretty crowded for December 30. Rob did state it is their busiest time of the year as tourists flock during the new year. Once we got in, Nina and the rest of the tour guides would give tips how to take pictures in the canyon. Very helpful as my pictures turned out pretty amazing. The whole experience was great, if only we got the sunlight, but we were told it only comes out during March-September. We headed back to the bus to have lunch at Glen Canyon Dam with sandwiches, pasta salad, chips, water and soda. You can walk the bridge less than a mile to get a view of the dam and Colorado river. Lastly, was the hike to Horseshoe bend. Bring good walking shoes as it is a hike, but doable. Its about a mile walk. The Horseshoe Bend was breathtaking. Again, it was crowded but you can still take great pictures minus the people in it. Rob drove us all back to our designated hotels and ended the trip on a great note.

Terry W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Really beautiful. The youg guide was a gem.

Sarah A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This tour was perfect! Lunch included and actually tasted so good! I would recommend this tour.

Suzanne L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

wow! It's hard to describe something this beautiful. We had a great day trip to both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. Our guide, Matt, was so knowledgeable and helpful. I highly recommend this tour. For Horseshoe Bend, be prepared to walk up hill.

Ariel N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Ultimate best adventure tour group I've been to so far! I booked the adventure including both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Flagstaff. You can book this tour if you're staying in Sedona, but limited dates available. So we decided to drive out to Flagstaff and meet/park at their tour office. If you're staying in a local hotel in Flagstaff they can do pick-ups there also.

Our main tour guide and driver was Marcia, and she is definitely one of the best tour guides out there! So knowledgeable about all the area, culture, and whatever else you can think of! You will definitely not get bored while on the bus rides. If you're looking for an educational/informational tour of the area book with Marcia! And if you're worried about bathroom breaks on the long drives and tours there are pit stops we do make and Marcia will sure accommodate other stops.

Our first stop was to Horseshoe Bend and that was absolutely beautiful! The trek out there was fairly short, but lots of sandy hills to get there! But trust me, it's worth it! You get ample to take in the scenery and take pictures if needed. After this part of the tour, we headed over to Glen Canyon Dam for our lunch picnic. We were provided with our choice of sandwiches, pasta salad, and unlimited drinks and snacks/chips.

Second stop was to Lower Antelope Canyon. We were connected with a local Navajo tour guide just for trek through Antelope Canyon named Kyrin. This part was to say ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. It was such a surreal experience and completely stunning! Without a doubt, the best place I've actually experienced. Warning there are some pretty steep areas with ladders and staircases and such narrow spaces/walkways, but totally worth it!

Tour was definitely worth every penny and if I was ever in the area again, I would book another tour with Grand Canyon Adventures!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

What beautiful and amazing views!! Both of my guides at Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon were great and very informational about the area! If traveling nearby, you definitely need to add these locations on your list.

Bisola K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Do it! Do the tour. You won’t regret it at all. Scott was a wonderful tour guide, so knowledgeable about the area, as well as Navajo and Hopi history. It’s such a wonderful tour.

Ms Claire B D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Excellent. A in every way. Guide was very well informed, knew all about the area, took care of all needs. Nature, of course, was at its best. Guide at the Canyon went overboard to assist all of us. Highly recommend. Claire

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