Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon has many tour operators that will bring you to the canyon. We’ve provided links to the ones that have online reservations below.If you want to check out general information about Antelope Canyon and a full list of operators, check out the website AntelopeCanyon.az

Antelope Slot Canyon Jeep Tour

Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed areas in the world. There are three separate areas that are publicly accessible. The Upper Canyon is the most famous and easiest to do.

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The Lower Canyon requires more physical ability, but you will be rewarded with significantly less crowds. You can also visit Antelope Canyon on Lake Powell, which is where the run-off from the upper areas will drain off into. Each has its own unique personality and are well worth checking out.

Antelope Slot Canyon Boat Tour


Tour Duration: 1 hour
Departure Times: 9:00 am, 10:15 am,  11:30am,  1:15pm,  2:30pm,  3:45pm,  5:00pm

$24.95 Ages 9 and Up, $14.95 Ages 4 – 12, Free Ages 3 and Under

Explore the Lake Powell side of world-famous Antelope Canyon – perhaps one of the most photographed slot canyons on Earth. This personalized tour takes you from Antelope Point Marina down lake along the Colorado River’s original channel to the canyon opening along sheer red rock cliffs. Safely navigable, the narrow canyon – with towering walls of ancient Navajo sandstone – is awe-inspiring and unique.

Your experienced tour guides will share details about spectacular Lake Powell, the nearby Glen Canyon Dam and the Navajo people that inhabit this region – sharing their rich culture and generations of history with visitors. Bottled water is provided on all tours.

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8 comments
Byravan Viswanathan - October 8, 2015

My wife and I in our seventies along with two friends same age are planning a trip to see Antelope Canyon and Vermillion Cliffs, in late Oct. this year. Please let me know where we can find tour guides and purchase tickets for the Slot Canyon Boat ride on the site. We can only walk 50-100 yards on the level. We do have canes for assistance.
Last time we went to Vermillion Cliffs we could only go some distance by car but found no guides or available trips by ATV to get closer. We are great admirers of our glorious South West. Appreciate your help.

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    admin - October 9, 2015

    Hi Bryavan, You can book Antelope Canyon boat tours by going directly to the site http://antelopecanyonboattours.com. There is no real walking besides getting to the boat from the parking lot at the marina.

    If you are interested in Antelope Canyon slot tours, I recommend going to http://antelopecanyon.az to see the different companies. I strongly recommend Upper Canyon if you have mobility issues.

    Lastly, if you’re still interested in tours of the Vermilion Cliffs, give our friend Kyle a call. His website is http://www.vermilioncliffs.net/

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Anastasia - January 27, 2016

My family and I are planning to go there around May for my graduation trip. I was thinking going to the upper or lower canyon because I think those are the most popular ones. Do you know if they have a good weather there during May? Will it still be cold, or windy or really hot?

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    admin - March 8, 2016

    May has an average of 80 degrees. It can get really windy around 4pm, but you probably won’t be too worried about because the canyons will be closed.

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Ilene - August 30, 2016

Ryan, you’re very helpful we might be driving from Scottsdale next week to Page. If we are only spending one night. so we would have a day in a half what would you do? Antelope canyon or horseshoebend? Can you do both? Should we spend 2 nights? What’s Canyon x. Is a boat tour in antelope canyon worth the time ?
Thanks so much Ilene

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    admin - August 30, 2016

    Hi Ilene,
    If you have a day and a half I would recommend you take a look at the article I wrote for a one-day itinerary and spread it out over the extra day. Canyon X is a slot canyon that is near Antelope Canyon physically, but much more difficult to get to. The biggest difference is how much time you have available, and how much you dislike crowds (Canyon X will be more private.) With your limited time, I would recommend you do Antelope Canyon, and if you had the extra time I would add a half day float with Colorado River Discovery or do a tour of Glen Canyon Dam.

    I hope that helps!
    Ryan

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ana - September 14, 2016

Hi Ryan,
I will be going to Las Vegas in December with my parents. I was thinking of taking a one day road trip to either Antelope cannon or Horseshoe Bend from the Grand Canyon. Are both doable or should we only do one? Also is the view better in the sunrise or the sunset? Thank you for all your help!

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    admin - September 14, 2016

    Hi Ana,
    Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon are only about 10 minutes from each other, and they take about 2 hours each, so you can easily do both. All times are good Antelope Canyon during this time of year, since there are no light beams. Horseshoe Bend kind of depends on what you are looking for. Sunset is most popular, as the sun will be setting in the photograph.

    I hope that helps!
    Ryan

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