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Amazing! we had to climb down 4 flights of stairs. All the pictures that you see on the computers and in books, it's real! Couldn't use the Go pro as it's classed as footage, but the iPhone took amazing photos. Loved every minute.
This place should be on everyones bucket list - amazing scenary, we went with Kens tours, so no treks injeeps and no long walks. However you do have to climb metal stairs so wouldnt be easy for everyone.
This was our first visit to Page Arizona to see Antelope Canyon, and Horseshoe bend.
We have seen pictures of both, but our visit to the lower canyon is a lifetime experience that no picture can ever replace.
We will cherish these memories for ever...More
It was smaller than what I expected, but definitely worth. Such a great wonder and experience. I DEFINITELY recommend you purchase tickets BEFORE you get there. We drove 4 hours and almost didn't get a spot. You cannot go by yourself, it's by tour accompanied...More
This was amazing to see and we highly recommend going to see the canyon if you get to Page, AZ
Note:! You need to book it with the tour company and can not go in on your own due to dangers of flash floods.
It took me a little research to understand this- you can either go on the Upper Antelope Canyon Tour or the Lower Antelope Canyon tour. If you have small kids or can’t climb down stairs then you need to do Upper. If you want a...More
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Hi! Antelope Canyon is open all year round but the road in and out can always be an issue. You definitely want to have a 4 wheel drive vehicle. The rangers will tell you, even all wheel drive is not any good. We went in... More
Hi! Antelope Canyon is open all year round but the road in and out can always be an issue. You definitely want to have a 4 wheel drive vehicle. The rangers will tell you, even all wheel drive is not any good. We went in December 2018 and there was snow and the road were really muddy and treacherous. The ranger station is closed for permits on Saturdays and Sundays in the Winter, ( I know this starts Dec 1). They have permits for many of the hikes day of, but if you want to do The Wave, go on Friday at 8:30 am in the Winter. They draw permits for Saturday, Sunday and Monday so you have 3 times the chance to get a permit on Friday mornings. We enjoyed having snow on our hikes and dressed appropriately. Many people go to Antelope in the Summer but it can be dangerously hot. I would avoid Summer if you can.