Antelope Canyon Lake Powell Boat Tour
So, you’ve toured Antelope Canyon, or one of the other slot canyons in its extended family, and are ready to tick this item off your Page, Arizona to-do list. Sorry, but you’ve only touched the tip of the proverbial iceberg! Antelope Canyon is over 10 miles long. It is one of many tributaries of the Colorado River, and one of over 90 fjord-like side canyons that make Lake Powell one of America’s top boating destinations. In order to appreciate Antelope Canyon for its true complexity, you must see it from two very different perspectives: by land, and by boat.
On the Antelope Canyon Lake Powell Boat Tour, you’ll get an up-close and personal look at not only the waterside of Antelope Canyon, but the many man-made and natural wonders that make up the lower end of Lake Powell. Aboard a Lake Powell Resort and Marina tour boat, piloted by a Coast Guard Certified captain, you and your family will see:
- Glen Canyon Dam
- Navajo Sandstone formations
- Sculpted canyon walls adorned in ancient desert varnish
- Antelope Canyon’s waterside
You’ll travel 4 miles up Antelope Canyon off the main channel of Lake Powell, between canyon walls towering high above you, until the passage becomes so narrow, your boat can travel no further. No worries, though – your experienced captain will turn your vessel safely around, and get you back to Wahweap Marina with a boatload of great memories. Can you believe you did all that in just 90 minutes? Small wonder this is one of Lake Powell Resort and Marina’s most popular boat tours, so book your seat today!
Coffee, lemonade and water are provided on the tour boat. You are welcome to bring a reasonable amount of your own food or preferred beverages with you. A minimum of 15 passengers is required to guarantee operation of the tour.
April 1 – October 31
Depart at 10:30 am, 2:30 pm, or 4:15 pm
June 1 – August 15
Depart at 6:15 PM
For Reservations call Lake Powell Resorts & Marina
Toll Free – (888) 896-3829