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Page: Lower Antelope Canyon Walking Tour with Navajo Guide

1. Page: Lower Antelope Canyon Walking Tour with Navajo Guide

Explore the naturally-made, colorful labyrinthine pathways of one of the most popular slot canyons in the world: the Lower Antelope Canyon. Follow a local Navajo guide on a walking tour of this canyon, learning about these curious rock formations and the history of the land. Head straight into the twisting passageways of the canyon, marveling at its brilliant windswept patterns, its colorful towering walls, and winding corridors. Feel the grandeur and the tranquility of your naturally-made surroundings as your local Navajo guide goes into detail about these formations. Next, descend five flights of stairs down 35 meters and into the largest cavern on this tour. Look up to catch thin slices of the bright blue sky high above you. Walk back up eight different staircases, trying not to let your jaw drop too low as you see a kaleidoscope of bright colors swirl around you on the surrounding Navajo sandstone. Created by rain, wind, and erosion this sandstone has been shaped and colored into what you now see over years. Stop to snap incredible photos along your route. After all, it's not every day you're surrounded by such colorful, natural rock formations.

Lower Antelope Canyon: Admission Ticket and Guided Tour

2. Lower Antelope Canyon: Admission Ticket and Guided Tour

Embark on a photographer's dream with this combo Lower Antelope Canyon admission ticket to and guided walking tour with a Navajo guide. Get a rare, up-close look at the water-carved sandstone walls of one of the most visited canyons. Over the years, Lower Antelope Canyon has become a favorite gathering place for photographers, tourists, and visitors from around the world. The Navajo name for Lower Antelope Canyon is Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches.” This picturesque canyon has been created over many thousands of years by the relentless forces of water and wind, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into forms, textures, and shapes, all of which you’ll get to observe during your visit. The views in Lower Antelope Canyon change constantly as the sun moves across the sky, filtering lights softly across the stone walls. These ever-moving sun angles bounce light back and forth across the narrow canyon’s walls, creating a dazzling display of color, light, and shadow. For photographers, with proper exposures, you can bring out the best in your own creativity. For aspiring or non-photographers alike, there is a magical new world to explore and immerse yourself in.

Page, AZ: Lower Antelope Canyon Ticket and Guided Tour

3. Page, AZ: Lower Antelope Canyon Ticket and Guided Tour

Located in northern Arizona, Antelope Canyon is the most famous slot canyon in the world. Discover the natural beauty of this colorful canyon for yourself on a guided tour that includes canyon admission fees. Learn more about the culture of the Navajo people as well from your guide. Known by the Navajo tribe as “the place where water runs through rocks,” Antelope Canyon is long and narrow with a walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. Its wave-like structure and striking colors attract countless adventurers and photographers each year. Along with your local Navajo guide, explore this spectacular area, find out more about its formation, and learn about aspects of Navajo culture. Of course, be sure to take some fantastic photographs to help remember your visit to this truly unique geological area.

Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Walking Tour & Entrance Ticket

4. Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Walking Tour & Entrance Ticket

Discover the Upper Antelope Canyon with a combo entry ticket and guided walking tour. Enjoy a scenic ride to the canyon before venturing on a guided walking tour with a Navajo local. After driving to the check-in point at the Upper Antelope Canyon office, a Navajo guide will transfer you (approx.3 miles) to the entrance of the canyon. Follow your guide through the canyon while listening to stories of culture and knowledge of the Navajo people and the geology of the land. Get more out of your photos with unique camera angles shared by your guide. Learn about the formation process of the surrounding scenery as you wander through the canyon. Lastly, return back to the check-in point/parking lot.

Page: Antelope Canyon X Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

5. Page: Antelope Canyon X Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Discover Canyon X in Antelope Canyon on a guided tour, with timed entry for a hassle-free adventure. Admire the unique forms and vibrant colors of this relatively new canyon and learn about its history and formation from your experienced guide along the way. Enter through the southeast of Lower Antelope Canyon and embark on a live guided tour of its impressive Canyon X. Listen as your guide explains the millions of years' worth of flood erosion and impactful winds on its sandstone which carved out the iconic "X" shape that aptly named the canyon. Admire the mixture of characteristics from both the Upper and Lower canyon, with the Upper's feature of pillars of light and the Lower's steepness. Descend into Canyon X, which is deeper than the other two, and capture incredible photos.

Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

6. Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Pre-book your admission ticket to Upper Antelope Canyon and witness a masterpiece of nature's uncanny craftsmanship as you embark on a visual feast for your senses. Enjoy a scenic ride to the canyon before venturing on a guided walking tour with a Navajo local. Start your trip with a scenic ride to the canyon (approximately 10 minutes on a paved road and 10 minutes within the dry wash of the Antelope Canyon). Listen as your guide explains the canyon's geology, cultural history, and modern issues on the way. Upon arrival at the site, you’ll step into the desert and enter a fantasy world in stone. For photographers, with proper exposures, you can bring out the best in your own creativity. For aspiring or non-photographers alike, there is a magical new world to explore and immerse yourself in. Experience rich and deep colors in the morning and afternoon and marvel at the famous light beams that occur mid-day from April to September. On your guided walk, you'll get to fully take insights that you can only witness at this canyon, located at Page, Lake Powell.

Page: Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Tour

7. Page: Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Tour

Explore the beauty of the Upper Antelope Canyon (1.5 hours) or Lower Antelope Canyon (1.5 hours) and Horseshoe Bend (30 minutes) on a tour from Page with a Navajo guide and park fees included. Enrich your tour with an optional visit to the Glen Canyon Dam Overlook (30 minutes). Following pickup by spacious, air-conditioned van, head to Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon (depending on option booked). The canyon is called Ts bighnln, meaning "the place where water runs through rocks" by the Navajo People.  Once there, keep an eye out for the beams of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon. This happens most in the summer because they require the sun to be high in the sky. Continue your tour to Horseshoe Bend (30 minutes), a superb example of an entrenched meander that was slowly cut by the Colorado River over millions of years. If you booked the option to also visit the Glen Canyon Dam Overlook, head there next. Marvel at a canyon that stretches from the Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah. Admire this breathtaking area that encompasses scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a vast panorama of human history. Return to your pickup point in Page at the end of your tour.

Page: Horseshoe Bend Air and Tower Butte Helicopter Landing

8. Page: Horseshoe Bend Air and Tower Butte Helicopter Landing

Combine remarkable views of Horseshoe Bend from the air with an exclusive Tower Butte landing. You'll have pilot-to-passenger headset communication so that you receive a running commentary of the sights you pass over, which include Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, and Horseshoe Bend. Finally, land on top of Tower Butte, where few have been. Rising 5000 feet above sea level, Tower Butte is one of the American Southwest’s most notable landmarks. From this vantage point, you'll enjoy 360-degree views of Glen Canyon, Lake Powell, Padre Bay, the Grand Staircase Escalante, and the LeChee Rock. The scenery is breathtaking and unrivaled. Spend 15-20 minutes on Tower Butte for photo opportunities before returning to the air terminal. This unique tour package is not offered by any other provider.

Sedona or Flagstaff: Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon X Tour

9. Sedona or Flagstaff: Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon X Tour

If you are staying in Sedona, your day begins with a scenic and narrated ride from the Red Rocks of Sedona to Flagstaff. You will travel through Oak Creek Canyon, named one of the top 10 scenic drives in the US, then through the towering Ponderosa Pines.  After picking up customers staying in Flagstaff, the vehicle will travel past the dormant volcanoes that make up the San Francisco Peaks and through Navajo Nation.  While on your journey, receive informative and entertaining narration about the areas you pass through from your experienced and knowledgeable local tour guide.  Travel through the Navajo Reservation as your guide shares stories of this ancient culture, and information about the unique geology and vistas along the way. Once you make it across the Navajo Reservation, you will have time to walk out on the unpaved path to see Horseshoe Bend, an iconic viewing vista.  Then, continue to be dazzled by the views at Glen Canyon Dam and the southernmost point of Lake Powell. Upon arrival in Page, Arizona, you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, meet your Navajo guide for a spectacular tour of Antelope Canyon at the Canyon X site. Take advantage of many photo opportunities as you watch the angle of the sun changing inside the canyon.  Walk with the Navajo through the curves of this red rock slot canyon. You might even hear the sounds of flute music echo off the canyon walls.  After your tour, you'll begin your return trip from Antelope Canyon. You'll pass by the western edge of the Painted Desert as you re-cross the Navajo Reservation for a brief stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back to your hotel.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend

10. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend

Get away from the bright lights of Las Vegas, and journey into the great American Southwest. Visit Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and the Grand Canyon. Benefit from the knowledge of your expert guide along the way. First, stop at Antelope Canyon and enjoy its colorful, intricate rock walls and formations, rainbow colors, and patterns. You'll explore the canyon with an experienced Navajo guide. Next, take in spectacular views at the Horseshoe Bend, a horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River. After hiking 1.2 km on a sandy trail, take your time to admire the breathtaking views. Finally, stop at the world-famous Grand Canyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history.

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Comparing our experience in upper canyon, the guide assigned to us for the lower is much friendly and interactive. His name is Rae, highly recommended one if you decide to visit the lower canyon. Personally, I enjoyed more in the lower canyon.

This is such an amazing and beautiful place! Our guide shared the rich history of the land and made sure we had the perfect instagrammable photos. We are on a year long journey around the US, and 5 states in it is still my favorite place.

Absolutely incredible. Our tour guide was wonderful and very knowledgeable. Breathtaking views and interesting history. Completely worth it!

I was disappointed that video was not allowed in Antelope Canyon, but the scenery was very nice and the tour was worth the price.

Lovely experience. Crowd was small so guide was personable.