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We went to Antelope Canton lower level the view from the underscoring is so magnificent since went to a very sunny clear day. The sand dust is like a sparkle of gold from below the grounds, it’s heaven for a nature photograph make sure your...More
Antelope Canyon is fantastic for photography. Its on Native property so you have to use a tour group. We used Antelope Canyon Tours. We had Ryan as a guide. Ask for Ryan. He will help you get the best shots. He likes to be the...More
We did both upper and lower canyon on the same day. For whatever reason, lower canyon seemed prettier and more revealing. Our guide from Dixie also helped with locations and smartphone camera settings to bring out the best the canyon had to offer in our...More
Beside Grand Canyon, we also looking forward to come here , the antelope canyon. It was amazing. How beauty nature can be . Everyone have to get a local tour guide before get in . It was 55 usd we paid per person. For about...More
I visited the lower antelope canyon. I was told that it is longer and maybe less crowded that the upper antelope canyon. There are only 2 tour companies that will take you through it. You cannot go by yourself. We had a good guide and...More
This is a great canyon with amazing views amazing photography opportunities. We used Dixie’s lower canyon tours and found them to be amazing. We did not visit the upper canyon as we heard it is considerably shorter than the lower canyon.
I highly recommend you...More
We toured the Upper Antelope Canyon with Antelope Slot Canyon Tours by Chief Taoiseach and our guide Leland. We were one of the inaugural groups to travel to the canyon in their new mini buses which are beautiful, comfortable and had heat and air conditioning....More
Twenty years ago, very few people had heard about Antelope Canyon. Flash forward to today and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the American Southwest. As more-and-more people post pictures of this stunningly beautiful place on social media, the popularity of...More
We were lucky to get a mid-morning tour as we learned at the last minute, on the same day, that these tours get sold out. Because we were visiting during a slower week we got into a tour right away, but when we finished our...More
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No strollers; the passages are extremely narrow. Backpacks aren’t allowed for this reason as well. You can carry a baby in a carrier, and choose canyons like Antelope that don’t have any ladders or climbing
I went on Navajo tours they are located at the netrance so you can take your own car thier, and they will transport you. Now they were the only ones that I could reserve a spot without prepay, so if anything came up you are... More
I went on Navajo tours they are located at the netrance so you can take your own car thier, and they will transport you. Now they were the only ones that I could reserve a spot without prepay, so if anything came up you are not out $60 pp