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Visit: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
Formed by erosion of Navajo Sandstone, Antelope Canyon is home to deep corridors and flowing smoothing edges and a favorite stop among hikers and photographers. Upper Antelope Canyon referred to by the Navajo as "the place where water runs through rocks" and is the most frequently visited slot canyon with beams of direct sunlight radiate down from openings at the top of the canyon.
Please note: you must arrive at least 1.5 hours prior to selected time. Redeem Ticket Address(Please check your Voucher and use Google Map): HWY 98, Milepost 299, 8, Page, AZ 86040, USA
Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
All Fees and Taxes
Navajo Tour Guide
Viator Brokerage Fee
Entry/Admission - Antelope Canyon
USD8/Person Navajo Nation Permit Fee
USD3/Person Navajo Tour Guide Gratuity
USD$2/Person Redeem Ticket Service Fee
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Not wheelchair accessible
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Due to the high demand and the restrictions on the number of visitors for each time slot, the actual entry time may be adjusted even after confirmation, especially at peak season.
The use of selfie sticks, tripods and monopods are prohibited
Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the canyon
Important: Please bring water with you and stay hydrated, Antelope Canyon is very remote and there are no stores to purchase water.
Most travelers can participate
Due to the small space in the Canyon, please follow the tour guide arrangement when taking pictures.
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Our guide, Lori, was knowledgeable, friendly and very helpful. She showed where to take the best photos and how to set our phone cameras! Even though there was a steady stream of people, we felt like we had enough time to take pictures.
We booked two tours: 1 for the lower canyon and 1 for the upper canyon. Our lower canyon tour was cancelled due to rain sadly. As it continued to rain off an on the rest of the day we almost gave up on the upper...More
Great experience! We didn’t have time to see the grand canyons and the antelope so we decided on the antelope and we are so glad we did! Our tour guide, Ky (sp) was so knowledgeable about the canyons history, formations, and how to take the...More
We were there in April. It was a cloudy day, but the canyon, itself was still beautiful, even though we didn't get to enjoy the light beams, either. I would think that if you went to the canyon closer to midday, when the... More
We were there in April. It was a cloudy day, but the canyon, itself was still beautiful, even though we didn't get to enjoy the light beams, either. I would think that if you went to the canyon closer to midday, when the sun was at it's highest, you would still be able to see light beams if the sun were shining, but I can't say for sure.