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The canyon is amazing itself. Also, we were probably lucky with the guide, Kinjo. He was very kind and helpful, and would explain us every single thing we asked about (thanks Kinjo).
We had to wait nearly 2 hours because we did not book in...More
Tour was great! Last tour of the day is like around 4 or so and if there is any chance of rain they cancel. No videos are allowed so dont bring your tripod or go pro, it will have to stay in the car. You...More
Our guide was Jason Spenser and he was outstanding. We booked a VIP trip with no more than 6 people in a group. Highly recommend! You can skip the crowds at the Upper Canyon. Visiting the Lower Canyon with Ken's Tours is more than enough!
We looked up Antelope Canyon and flipped a coin to which canyon we wanted to go, upper or lower. We decided on lower because it is a walking tour with no shuttle ride needed.
There are two tour companies, they are both located in the...More
I visited the lower Antelope Canyon with Ken's Tours in May and returned in October with friends. Both visits were awesome. My first tour guide was Deja who did a great job. My second guide was Preston and he was fabulous. He explained many Native...More
My wife and I visited Lower Antelope Canyon and had a blast. Lilliam was the best tour guide I think we have ever had. Very knowledgeable and so patient helping everyone get the best pictures of this beautiful and unique place. If you are close...More
This weekend, my two friends and I had the pleasure to explore the majestic South Antelope Canyon. When it comes to tour guides, there are no words to describe how wonderful and amazing Lydell was to us. He explained about the surrounding area in vivid...More
Brandon was our tour guide, and he was so friendly. He was helpful with photos and showed us how to set cameras to get the great shots. He would point out specific areas to take pictures. Highly recommend going here, and using this tour company.
Our guide was wonderful. There were lots of people that day but they kept to the time schedule and each group was about 15 people. They gave us instructions ahead of time so we knew what to wear and what to take with us. The...More
Paying $60 per person to be told you can’t bring a GoPro or take any video on your iPhone is beyond insane.
You can’t own nature and control how people capture it. Charging for yours is insane enough, blocking people from filming on an iPhone...More
I’m not sure you can request a specific guide. When we went in September it was unbelievably crowded! When you check in they take you to a waiting area and then a guide just takes the next group of people as they come. They... More
I’m not sure you can request a specific guide. When we went in September it was unbelievably crowded! When you check in they take you to a waiting area and then a guide just takes the next group of people as they come. They have quite a few guides so I think it’s just the luck of the draw.
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You should be good at 10 AM in Lower Antelope in December. Be ready it will be chill. But it should be fine. If you have any kid be prepared with all your jackets. It will take ~2 hours to complete everything. But in... More
You should be good at 10 AM in Lower Antelope in December. Be ready it will be chill. But it should be fine. If you have any kid be prepared with all your jackets. It will take ~2 hours to complete everything. But in December you are not going to have much of crowd.
Also don't forget to go to Horseshoe Bend, it is must visit.