Upper Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon is the most frequently visited by tourists. Its entrance and entire length are at ground level, requiring no climbing. Beams or shafts of direct sunlight radiating down from openings are much more common in Upper than in Lower.

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Lower Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon is located several miles from Upper Antelope Canyon. It is in the V shape and shallower than the Upper Antelope. Lighting is better in the early hours and late morning. Lower Antelope Canyon draws a considerable number of photographers.

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Antelope Canyon X

Visiting Antelope Canyon X, you’ll witness the same soaring walls and windy labyrinth paths as the popular Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, but with one key difference – far fewer crowds.

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Upper Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon

Admission Tickets

Antelope Canyon Admission with Navajo Tour Guide

Air/Helicopter Tours from Page

Stunning and Fantastic Sights Unfold Right Before You

Most Popular Tours From Vegas

Breaking Tours to Get Extra Preciousness of Antelope Canyon

Customer Testimonials

  • It is a great tour!
  • Straightforward registration processes.
  • It's a Customer focused reservation process, yes it really is.
  • Enjoyed the experience! Guide was knowledgeable and helped capture some awesome photos for the group! Pointed out where/how to capture the best light! Knowledgeable about the history of the canyon! This was on my bucket list and did not disappoint
  • Prompt response to email
  • Wonderful experience. Great tour guide.
  • Beautiful tour. Mike, our guide, explained very well and helped us capture beautiful moments and pictures.
  • It was super easy to reserve my dream vacation! Thank you.
  • The tour is great. The booking was handled nicely and timely. The guide is very helpful.
  • What an amazing adventure into Antelope Canyon!! To see the beautiful walls and the slits of light that shone from above made the experience almost magical!! Thanks to Rob for a lovely tour. Janet and Russ Roseman McLean, VA
  • It was spectacular
  • We loved our Antelope Canyon Tour! Our guide was so accommodating and helpful. He was so respectful to the Canyon and it’s history and it’s preservation. We were impressed and felt like JR gave us the deluxe tour. It was well worth the price of the ticket and the extra charge for whatever it was for. We’d definitely recommend it to anyone!!
  • This was a great tour . Aleshia was a great guide. The tour was very well conducted and run. The 1:30 early wasn't necessary for the first tour of the day but I understand the necessity.
  • We had a wonderful guide and an amazing time learning more about this Canyon. The guides are very helpful with teaching you the best way to take pictures so you get the most out of your experience. Highly recommend!
  • The canyon is beautiful and leaves an unforgettable experience. The guide was very good.
  • Thank for your work especially in the weekend. We are expecting a perfect trip in upper antelope. Thank you very very much. Have a great weedend!
  • This tour was absolutely amazing. We had a knowledgeable and wonderful Navajo guide who gave us every photo opportunity and told us all the stories of the canyon and the Indian stories associated with it. Highly recommended and only a couple of minutes out of Page.
  • I had issue with my travel plans and the team did their best to help me. The guide Franck was great and teo ladies on check in fantastic!
  • Our guide was awesome!! We enjoyed very much!!
  • Going to see Antelope Canyon was definitely one of the things Ive had on my bucket list for 20 years. And it did not disappoint me. We had such a great guide who was so knowlegable. The photos I got are truly astounding. If you"re ianywhere in Arizona..dont miss it!

FAQs

  • Q: Can I go to Upper/Lower Antelope Canyon by myself?

    A: No, the Antelope Canyon is protected by the Navajo Parks and Recreation and only authorized tour companies can take visitors to the canyon. Safety and preventing vandalism is the main reasons why everyone needs a guided tour; the canyon became unavailable to the public in 1997. One Cannot go alone, you have to be with an authorized tour company.

  • Q: Is pet allowed in the Upper/Lower Antelope Canyon?

    A: We are sorry! Due to the wide range of people that go into the canyon, no pets allowed on tour.

  • Q: Can I bring tripod?

    A: Tripods can only be used on Photographic Tour. But mono-pods are allowed on our Sightseer's Tour (for now).

  • Q: What can I bring on canyon tour?

    A: No bags of any kind are allowed. Visitor can bring camera, water bottle, cell phone.

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