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Best to take a personal tour with a Navajo guide or a smaller photo tour. Large groups enter every 15 minutes which makes it very crowded. Photo guide seem to have priority and stops others groups to allow set up of tripods by photographers
We saw photos from this amazing location in a farmers market in Sedona. We asked the photographer where the picture was taken and he told us it was at Antelope Canyon.
You can only go into the canyon with a guide. Guides are there at...More
Sherry, our Navajo guide, was terrific! She provided a first class tour and cleared the way to ensure we saw everything possible. Sherry helped each one of our six member group by adjusting cameras to get the best results. She frequently spoke in her native...More
Start with a bumpy fast ride in the back bed of a dusty pickup truck, try to see through the dirty plastic cover surrounding you, and arrive at a very congested tourist spot. You won’t get the photos in their ad, but you will get...More
Wonderful tour. Frank was our tour guide, he was great. Had a lot of information about the Upper Antelope Canyon. He told us how to set our cameras and took lots of photos with our cameras. Since it is 11/10, the sun does not shine...More
We were there at 9.30 and was not that spectacular but not that many people. I would prefer prime time but there was no place even though I booked tickets 3 weeks in advance. And yes you need to book tickets in advance.
This is a must see if your in the area. The price is a little high but well worth the money. The Navajo are doing a nice job of using their resources, I was very impressed. You would never know the place existed unless you...More
Recently visited Upper Antelope Canyon with Navajo Tours. Although the canyon was rather dark due to the angle of the sun, our guide Tommy was extremely helpful in making sure we got the best photos possible. The ride to the canyon in the truck was...More
This canyon is a trip in itself just getting to the canyon via the open air transport vehicles, but that's half the fun. The canyon itself is beautiful and easily traversed. Not strenuous at all. Well worth the trip! Both the upper and lower canyons...More
Beautiful canyon but probably better done mid-summer when the sun is directly overhead, shining down into the canyon instead of at an angle. Very popular but very crowded with one tour after another with multiple tour groups accessing the canyon. The major drawback is the...More
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I do not recommend to visit the Antelope Canyons in the late afternoon (any time after 2 pm). The most vibrant colors of Antelope Canyons can be appreciated in the morning. We went to Upper Antelope Canyon in EARLY... More
I do not recommend to visit the Antelope Canyons in the late afternoon (any time after 2 pm). The most vibrant colors of Antelope Canyons can be appreciated in the morning. We went to Upper Antelope Canyon in EARLY afternoon, the colors were not nearly as pretty as when we visited Lower Antelope Canyon in the morning. The timing of the visit is extremely important if you want to truly enjoy the beauty of Antelope Canyon. Yes, you need to join the tour. You cannot visit on your own. A Navajo Indian tour guide will take you. We took Ken’s tour for Lower Antelope. We took the Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours for the Upper.