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Travel from Sedona or Flagstaff for a full-day tour of 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. Visit Glen Canyon and see the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Vermillion Cliffs. Your guide shares commentary about the region's history, geology and wildlife as you discover the American Southwest.
Full-day tour to Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon, from Flagstaff or Sedona
Offroad tour of Antelope Canyon that travels deep into its multicolored landscape
Photo opportunities throughout this picturesque part of the Southwest
Visit Glen Canyon and see the historic Lonely Dell Ranch and Lee's Ferry
Admire views of the Painted Desert, Colorado River and Navajo Nation
After hotel pickup in Sedona or Flagstaff, set out with your expert guide to see the spectacular landscapes of Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon.
Travel along a scenic route in a comfortable climate-controlled vehicle for about 150 miles (240 km) to reach the town of Page, with plenty of stops for photo ops. Drive through the Navajo Nation, learning about local Native American life and soaking in views of the Painted Desert.
When you arrive in Page, transfer to a 4-wheel drive vehicle for an offroad tour of Antelope Canyon. Travel through stunning sections of the canyon where the smooth sandstone canyon walls glow in colorful red, orange and yellow hues. Marvel at dramatic rock formations shaped by the elements and time, and keep your camera handy for amazing photo ops.
Visit historic sites nearby including Lee’s Ferry and Lonely Dell Ranch, located in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area. Also in Glen Canyon, stop at scenic viewpoints that overlook the Colorado River, Lake Powell and the Vermillion Cliffs.
Throughout the day, learn from your guide about the history, people, wildlife and geology of the places you visit. Enjoy plenty of rest stops and photo ops along the way, and tips for where to get the best camera angles.
At the end of your tour, your guide returns you to your hotel.
Please note: This seasonal tour only operates from April through October.
JR are tour guide was an excellent driver and very informative about the areas we visited. He also had many interesting stories to relate. It is a long day, but well worth the drive. Glen Canyon is spectacular, but there is nothing to compare with Antelope Canyon. It is definitely one of the most beautiful places in the US. Our Navajo tour guide was excellent.
Charlie Torello from Great Ventures Tours was our tour guide and he was so knowledgeable and made the trip fun. This was our first bus tour we learned so much about the state of
Arizona I didn’t know and I live here. Nate was our Antelope canyon tour guide. He was great setting up our phones for great pictures and knowledgeable. My only complaint is we were rushed way too fast through the canyon because we were told there were many others behind us and we had to stay on schedule for the next tour group.
I expected more from this guided tour. I didnt get any information on Antylope Canyon tour from a tour guy . He might doesnt know history of this place or was just lazy talk about it. Came back and read evetything from internet. Inside Antylope Canyone was very crowded, it was chaos, all groups were mixed up, it was very challenging to take pictures. Out tour was postponed 1 h back. My ecpactations were different. For the price i paid this tour doesnt worse it.
We had Cindy as our tour guide and she was incredibly knowledgable. She had such an interesting perspective on all the geology and history starting in Sedona, all the way to Glen and Antelope Canyons and back. The scenery was so beautiful and worth the trip in and of itself. Both Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon were such inspiring experiences, in addition to being breathtakingly beautiful. There is a very special energy in the Navajo territory. Don't miss it. Best day. Highly recommend this tour.
This trip exceeded my hopes...our driver/guide Cindy was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed the stops and never seemed rushed which often occurs on organised tours. The Horseshoe Bend stop was great - the walk to the lookout was a wee bit of an uphill/downhill hike but worth it. Antelope Canyon was more than I ever imagined - our guide Leonard was amazing, he helped with ideal camera angles, he pointed out shadow shapes and at the end of the walk through he played the flutes in the quiet of the canyon - magical. Loved it all.
We really enjoyed the group we were with and Cindy did a great job getting us to all the places on our trip. It was a very long day so I'm not sure how to do it, but, I would have enjoyed more time to shop at the Cameron Trading Post. We both enjoyed the BIG sandwiches and lunch they provided. So glad they included the stop at Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon was simply beautiful! I would suggest wearing a mask or bandana while going through the canyon as it is VERY dusty!
This tour was amazing. I rearranged my schedule to get to Flagstaff so I could see these wonderful places and I am so glad I did. The tour driver guide was Charlie and he was organised helpful and very informative. Leonard our Navajo guide at Antelope Canyon was fantastic sharing his knowledge.
Loved this tour! The stop at the Horseshoe Bend was incredible, short hike up to it. Before our Navajo guided tour, we were treated to authentic music and hoop dance. The Antelope Canyon was breathtaking, our guide was super knowledgeable and funny. Don't miss this tour!