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

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Customer Testimonials

  • Excellent experience. For the first timers here are a few tips. Arrive early. Minimum 2 hours. No bags or wallets or really anything beyond cameras / cellphones. Put a few bucks in your pocket to tip your tour guide at the end of the voyage. Print your vouchers and be sure you have cash on hand when checking in at the window. Just give them your printed out voucher. Easy peezy!
  • An amazing tour. Our tour guide Zach was friendly and informative. Highly recommend this tour, just make sure you arrive on time.
  • I found the site very easy to use. Unfortunately, the peak time I originally booked ended up being unavailable, but communication about this was swift and efficient, allowing me to lock into another time before it, too, was gone. Much appreciated.
  • Thank you for your seriousness. It's very easy and fast. I would recommend your service to anyone interested.
  • Estoy contento
  • I am very happy to get the tickets what I want.
  • Good service with excellent tour guide.
  • Great trip, with a wonderful and dedicated instructor. Really wanted us to have the best experience. Would really like to let everybody know to use this company for their next trip to Antelope Canyon.
  • We visited Upper Antelope Canyon and it was so beautiful! We tried to get into the 11am tour because that's when you see the sunbeams peeking through the cracks and they were completely booked BUT I'm so glad they were because we went to the 8am tour instead and it wasn't crowded at all. We had plenty of time to take pictures. By the time our tour was over it was already getting busy. If you want to be able to spend your time looking around its best to go to the early tours.
  • Awesome and convenient. No problem as long as you arrive on time.
  • It's a wonderful trip. The girl who helped us was so good. Did whatever she can to help every single one in our group. Her name is Dina? So sorry that I lost her card.
  • Perfect view, beautiful Canyon and thank you for beautifull photos ��
  • Sherry was an awesome tour guide. She tried to keep things moving to make it fair for everyone, yet she made sure we had enough time to take pictures, and take in the beauty. She even helped us set our cameras to the best settings, and pointed out all the great photo opportunities.
  • Thank you!
  • Very easy to use and efficient. I have the confirmation next day.
  • Easy process, such a beautiful sight worth the trip. Our tour guide Kyran was great!
  • Great experience, the service representative makes it very easy to complete the reservation and make changes to the schedule. Appreciate that.
  • Easy and straightforward
  • I had to wait to have my order confirmed, but it was worth it.
  • nice and easy to secure tkts heard back next day well within the the time frame the company allotted

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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