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Antelope Canyon

Navajo Tribal Park, Page, Arizona, 86040

The Basics

Many travelers visit Antelope Canyon on photography tours to capture the colors and shapes of the canyon's sinuous walls or to spot local wildlife, such as the pronghorn antelope. Often, Antelope Canyon tours 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.

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Lower or X Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Small Group Tour - Las Vegas
Lower or X Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Small Group Tour - Las Vegas
$299.99 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Best tour ever
The slot canyon was amazing and our native American guide was wonderful. The sight of Horseshoe bend was amazing. The driver went out of his way to find us the best photo ops.
Victoria_M, Oct 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Arizona

Antelope Canyon was closed so I went Grand
Kevin_M, May 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Flagstaff
Originally booked for this trip but because of covid Antelope Canyon was closed so I did a Grand Canyon tour instead and had a blast
Half Day Tour of Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon from Page Arizona
We loved the trip to upper and lower antelope canyon. The pick up/drop off was smooth and our guide was amazing. It was a memorable experience!
Great day
Linda_D, Oct 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Flagstaff
The tour at Antelope Canyon was impressive. Our Navaho guide, Ronnie, helped each of us in the group to get the best pictures possible from our phones. This canyon is nothing like anything I have ever seen. I would highly recommend it to anyone, except for those who have difficulty with stairs. Our guide for the whole trip, Jenelle, did a great job showing us sights along the way and fed us a delicious lunch.
Don’t miss Antelope Canyon!
Catherine_B, Oct 2021
Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon Small Group Overnight Tour
The Grand Canyon was breathtaking and Antelope Canyon was a work of art. Cliff, our tour director, was knowledgeable and super nice.
Great tour guide driver drive every smooth time manage very precise. Love this tour will recommend friends
tanitchet_c, Oct 2021
Full-day Tour in Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend
Antelope canyon hosehoe blend great experience. I planned to drive highway 89 someday but already included on this trip great job
Give it a try just be ready with comfortable outfit & sun block & H2O
Yolanda_T, Oct 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Small Group Tour - Admissions Fee included
Our tour guide Mateu is the best, very informative & attentive to his guest. Antelope Canyon X is amazing, so beautiful creation of nature. This trip was so worth it and highly recommended.
Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Las Vegas
Richell_S, Oct 2021
Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour from Las Vegas
The drive to Page Az from Las Vegas strip was long as expected, our transport vehicle was a Mercedes van . Our driver was Mr. Rami who was very considerate on our bathroom needs. Our guided tour inside the Antelope Canyon was spectacular! The tour guide helped us how to get beautiful pictures. This is our second Viator tour, the first one was in Washington Dc Very grateful to Viator to remind us of our tour few days and a day before the tour.
Like Stepping into another World!
Susan_D, Sep 2021
Lower Antelope Canyon/Horseshoe Bend Half Day Tour from Page, AZ
My husband and I chose this tour over a full day in Monument Valley with a larger tour group, and we don't regret that decision! Lower Antelope Canyon is a stunningly beautiful, and as I descended into the canyon, it felt like I had stepped onto another planet. Our tour guide, Tilford, was very knowledgeable and - bonus - was skillful with the cell phone camera and took some amazing photos of us in the canyon. Horseshoe Bend is also beautiful, but the star of the half-day was Antelope!
N. Arizona trip
Ravi_Y, Sep 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Small-Group Tour from Sedona or Flagstaff
Dominick was a fantastic guide with lot of info on just about every topic. Nate at Antelope canyon was also very patient and took photos for us. The overall trip was just right with great views of Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon dam. I recommend it!!
Do this tour!!!
Carliss_R, Sep 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Private Luxury Car Tour
From the moment Karen picked us up to the moment she dropped us off it was a perfect day. She shared so much history in the most delightful way which made the drive so fun. . She managed time without detracting from our experience. Loved our visits to Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Our family had the best day with Karen!! So easy and fun!
Would do again
RichardW, Oct 2021
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Flagstaff
Was a fabulous day. Our tour guide from Viator was the best. The guide at Antelope Canyon was very informative and helpful in taking pictures.
Breathtaking and just spectacular!
Jessica_L, Oct 2021
Lower Antelope Canyon Hiking Tour
Anthony was our guide and he was fantastic! He was friendly and it was so great having someone informative and also sharing their own stories about the canyon. The canyon was spectacular - just in awe that we were able to see something like this. Pictures don't do this place justice. Would highly recommend seeing Antelope Canyon.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • This Navajo nation landmark can only be seen with an authorized tour guide.

  • Bring your camera and a tripod for long exposure shots—photography enthusiasts travel from all over to snap photos of Antelope Canyon.

  • The more popular of the two, Upper Canyon is easily walkable thanks to a level sandy surface but not easily accessible for wheelchair users.

  • Lower Canyon involves a longer walk that requires climbing metal staircases and is therefore totally inaccessible to wheelchair users.

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How to Get There

Antelope Canyon is set 7.6 miles (12.2 kilometers) from the city of Page, near the 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.

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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 favorable lighting conditions at that time of year. This lighting 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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Navajo Nation Attractions

Alongside Antelope Canyon, there's lots more to see and do in Navajo Nation, which occupies much of the Four Corners region in New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. Monument Valley Tribal Park is a particular highlight, as is the Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Meanwhile, the Explore Navajo Interactive Museum provides an excellent overview of the Navajo people's journey.

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