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Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon Tours
Lower Antelope Canyon Tours
Antelope Canyon X Tours

Upper Antelope Canyon Tours

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.

Lower Antelope Canyon Tours

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 Reviews

  • M**y
    2019-12-08 08:26:53

    We lived both the upper and lower canyon. Our guides were very knowledgeable about how the canyon was formed and helped everyone get great shots with our phone cameras!! Thanks

  • ni*******28
    2019-12-08 08:20:31

    The reservation was very easy, without any problems. In a few minutes i recieved my booking comfirmation too.

  • Z**h
    2019-12-07 22:01:46

    Excellent Tour! The guide have given us a lot of tips about traveling , Las Vega and safety. It is something that you shouldn't miss when you visit Las Vegas. Thank you once again for beautiful memories. Keep up the good job!

  • T**e
    2019-12-06 20:31:41

    very nice and knowlegdeable guide (Mike). He told about the canyon, history og how it was formed, showed us good camera positions, helped make good photos / photo memories. Made it to a memory for life (we were lucky that the canyon was not crowded).

  • W*i
    2019-12-06 20:09:01

    Great!

  • Te****ta
    2019-12-06 18:26:24

    Una excursi?n maravillosa, cumpli? con creces todas mis expectativas. El personal del aeropuerto i los gu?as nativos fueron muy amables y profesionales.

  • ra**sh
    2019-12-05 08:34:02

    It was nice experience

  • N**a
    2019-12-05 06:56:43

    Niagarafalls has rapid response on website. Prices are reasonable.

  • Ro**nJ
    2019-12-04 17:38:00

    Had the most amazing experience at Lower Antelope Canyon. The photos do not do it justice and it was a mind blowing magical experience. Couldn’t recommend the tour guide Ryan enough. He was insightful, friendly and made the experience even better. He knew all the best photograph spots and even recommended how to improve the shot!

  • te*********67
    2019-12-04 17:33:27

    We enjoyed our tour very much. Wyatt was very knowledgeable and helped us to make the best photographs.

  • fa******01
    2019-12-04 17:07:34

    Customer service is awsome

  • kl**********th
    2019-12-04 09:26:57

    It was good

  • La********li
    2019-12-03 17:48:02

    It's really good

  • Li**********ra
    2019-12-03 13:04:54

    Everything was amazing. the staff was super friendly and also good guides.

  • de*********ae
    2019-12-03 08:22:47

    It was great experience.

FAQs

1. Can I go to Upper/Lower Antelope Canyon by myself?

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.

2. Is pet allowed in the Upper/Lower Antelope Canyon?

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

3. Can I bring tripod?

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

4. What can I bring on canyon tour?

No bags of any kind are allowed. Visitor can bring camera (handheld cameras, no tripods), water bottle, cell phone (no selfie).

5. How can I book photographic tours?

To reduce the walk through traffic and make most people's visit more pleasant, all photographic tours have been discontinued since Dec 2019. We continue to offer sightseer's tours and visitors can still take wonderful photos using all kinds of handheld cameras and cell phones. The difference is you will not be able to using tripod and selfie.

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