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I’d been wanting to visit Antelope Canyon for years and finally planned a trip. We were only able to book Lower Canyon at 7am as everything else was already sold out nearly 2 months in advance. It was BEAUTIFUL! Our tour took us right to...More
My partner and I toured Antelope Canyon with a Navajo guide from the Navajo company. The colourful wind and water carved sandstone in the slot canyon was amazing and Abraham, our driver and canyon guide was informative, friendly, and knowledgeable about where to take the...More
We took this tour this morning 4/17. It’s really for all ages so don’t let your age or physical condition deter you. Our guide was Trey, he was fantastic! He was very informative, great personality, and helped you take the best pictures possible. Please ask...More
We went with Nate at "Antelope Slot Canyon Tours." He's very knowledgeable about local history as well as the geology of the canyon, and he did a superb job helping the tour members set up their pictures. He also knew when to prepare us ahead...More
Exploring the Upper Antelope Canyon was a highlight of our Southwestern National Parks vacation! We were fortunate to have Abraham, a very experienced Navajo gentleman be our tour guide. He was a whiz with all makes of cameras and helped everyone (especially me!) get the...More
Wind, weather and time have carved this spectacular sandstone canyon.The beauty of carved rock is unbelievable, You feeling like you are in a sacred space created by nature. It is unbelievably awesome.
Response from susanneblochtatnell | Reviewed this property |
If you take the upper antelope tour you should be fine. You get driven out there in a truck and walk straight into the canyon. As far as i remember there were no difficult paths so i imagine you should be ok
Response from katiewalks | Reviewed this property |
Lower Antelope Canyon (Kens tours) requires a guide. We booked ahead by 3-4 weeks ($50/person)and mid day options (10:00-2:00) were fully booked. If you just showed up you might be lucky to get in early or late or if someone... More
Lower Antelope Canyon (Kens tours) requires a guide. We booked ahead by 3-4 weeks ($50/person)and mid day options (10:00-2:00) were fully booked. If you just showed up you might be lucky to get in early or late or if someone canceled. If you really want to see this canyon book ahead.