Lower Antelope Canyon
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Fred A
Stockholm, Sweden1 contribution
Aug 2022
While staying in the Lake Powell area and upon suggestion from friends living in Vegas, we finally decided to visit Antelope Canyon. There are two possibilities (2 parts of the Canyon: upper and lower). After reading a few reviews, we went for the "Lower" tour (we are a family of 4 with 2 kids aged 10 and 16).
Fair to say that words or pictures are thousands of miles away from reflecting what the canyon actually is. It's like you are on another planet !
Our Navajo guide was absolutely perfect, taught us a lot about the Canyon itself, helped us all with the pictures (showed us the best spots and also took family pics for us). Thanks to Covid rules, the visit is less crowded than you may fear and although it's busy, you still have plenty of time and space to enjoy. I would highly recommend taking this tour, this place is one of a kind.
Written September 5, 2022
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Terry O
7 contributions
Oct 2022
It's truly amazing that the rain water rushing off the mesas would carve such beautiful paths and formations in the sandstone over the years. The fact that the sandstone is various shades of red from the iron content makes it even more special. This tour was fantastic in every way. Ray Herder was a great guide. He shared some very good tips about how to get the best pictures with our phones and cameras, he pointed out several unique formations in the sandstone, he took lots of pictures of everyone in his group, and he told fun stories, including how his Father used to rappel into the canyon with his friends when he was a teenager. The pace of the tour was just right, and the groups are staggered so that it doesn't feel like there's a crowd in the canyon. Ken's Tours also has a very nice gift shop to browse before and/or after the tour. I highly recommend Ken's Tours at Lower Antelope Canyon for a unique, fascinating, and fun experience.
Written November 22, 2022
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849luisad
Little Neck12 contributions
Sep 2021
We really want to go to the upper antelope canyon on our vacation last September 10-16,2021 but the tickets for upper antelope canyon is already sold out. So we opted for the Dixie's lower antelope canyon and we didn't regret it all. This was the highlight of our vacation. It was amazingly beautiful, Everybody going to Arizona should not miss this awesome place. It is less crowded than the upper antelope which give you the chance to take some breathtaking pictures. We had a very wonderful and helpful guide in the person of Antonio Amador. We were divided into groups of 7 persons with each guide and our guide is the best. Antonio knows his stuff and very accomodating and helped us navigate the features of our iphone so we can take amazingly beautiful pictures. He also took breathtaking pictures of the canyon coz he knows which angle to take to give as different shades of the canyon. We've been to a lot of guided tours whenever we go on a vacation and I can say that Antonio is one of the best guide we ever had. If there is a 10 start rating we will give him a 10!!! THANK YOU, Antonio!
Written September 20, 2021
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Kevin
3 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
This was one of the best places we have visited. We opted for the DELUXE Tour and it was well worth it as we were a small group and recieved personal attention throughout our tour. From the greeting upon arrival by Iliana, to our wonderful guide, Cody, who not only told us the history of the canyon but provided his expert advice on setting our cameras for utmost success in taking photos... The tour ended with a traditional Navajo Taco lunch. It was altogether a fabulous experience! (Note that this tour is not for everyone as there are many stairs and narrow passages). But, if you are able to, visit Lower Antelope Canyon for sure!!
Written October 11, 2022
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lljjbb
Worcester, MA418 contributions
Sep 2022
This was one of our favorite adventure excursions while traveling through Arizona. Get Your Guide tours was great. There are steep ladders down into the canyon, but if you go slow, anyone could do this. The guide took us through with enough time to explore and hear history and take some just amazing pictures. Each turn with the way the sun shines or the clouds pass give a different shading of rock and sky. It is like being in the ocean but you are under the ground in the caves. Something to absolutely get on your list to explore and experience. Was nothing like nothing else we have ever done or seen. A must do! Cafe, restrooms and gift shops here. Needed reservations. When we were here, as Indian reservation land, masks still required. They didn't have them to sell so we needed to leave and come back.
Written January 14, 2023
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JME2222
Lake Zurich, IL28 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
This is a must see experience!! We toured through Dixie Ellis and had Cody as our tour guide. He showed us how to use features on our phones to take amazing pictures and took some incredible ones of us. We learned so much. This is on the Navajo Nation and you do have to wear a mask the entire time. You cannot bring any bags but can bring water bottles or refillable bottles. It is a short walk into the canyon through sand and a little over 100 steps and narrow walkways in the canyon. Would recommend this a million times over!! Go early in the summer months as it will be hot!
Written July 14, 2022
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jparra2K
Seattle, WA2 contributions
Feb 2022
We loved touring Lower Antelope Canyon with Dixie Hills Tours! We went during mid February and it was not crowded at all. It is a long tour and had many interesting shapes and beauty. Our tour guide Jarrin, was awesome! Genuinely funny, and very informative. We learn lots about these marvelous formations and the Navajo tribe. He pointed out many things we wouldn't have noticed on our own and took many amazing pictures for us. I was taking lots of pictures and never felt rushed out. We highly recommend seeing Lower Antelope Canyon with Dixie Hills!
Written February 22, 2022
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ThompsonDM
Coral Springs, FL404 contributions
Aug 2022
We are so glad we had this tour booked with the Dixie Ellis group. Our tour guide was the lovely Charm. We had about 9 people in our group. Everyone but us was from another country, which shows how much of a draw this place is.
We walked from the building to the cave entrance, about a 5 minute or so walk through the sand. The steps down into the canyon was easy to navigate. One set was steep, and it was recommended to go down backwards.
Charm was excellent at pointing out things we should see along the way. Some areas are narrow and there are changes of elevation throughout, meaning a few more ladder steps.
They tell you if you have any problems to let them know. Though it was early morning, my husband had not had anything to eat and little to drink. At one point, Charm had him sit down. The tour leader ahead of us dropped back to help our group. Anyone from our group could go with her or stay back with Charm. We hung around that area for a little while so that my husband could get more to drink and eat a little (energy bar in his pocket). There was never any rush, yet others were also not held back.
The views are so stunning and worth the trip. I would suggest if you go in the summer to go early. It does get warm in the canyon. Bring water! Eat before you go. I felt the most challenging part was getting out, but we made it!
Written September 2, 2022
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Maurixio M
San Diego, CA26 contributions
Dec 2022 • Family
The mix of shapes, textures, colors, smell and touch makes this place like being inside a dream. No matter whether you are a hiker, explorer or not, this is a world wonder one must visit at least once in a life time (think Giza pyramids, Machu Picchu, Niagara Falls or the like, but millions of years older). We visited lower antelope canyon during mid-morning on 12/31 with wife and kids (7 and 8). The timing was perfect.

Lower antelope canyon is a slot canyon with a V shape, as opposed to upper canyon's A shape. They are both in the Navajo Nation and accesible only by Navajo guided tour. My parents, on the same road trip, visited upper antelope canyon. After watching photos from both of the canyons and sharing our experiences I could not pick one for the other.
If you're not on budget, go to both.

Although this place has about a 4500 feet elevation (maybe not so much), check how susceptible you or your kids may be if coming from sea level.

Don’t forget to drive around Page, AZ, and visit Horseshoe Bend.
Written January 8, 2023
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Mallory S
2 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Lower antelope canyon is breathtaking! I am so glad we included this experience as a portion of our trip. The tour is led by a guide who makes the overall experience better than one could ever imagine. He/she will point out things you would have never noticed on your own and shares stories, facts, and knowledge that take the tour to a whole other level. If you get Natasha as your guide, consider yourself lucky. She’s awesome! Dress for walking, but no aspect is strenuous by any means. I also recommend dressing as desired for amazing photos. I wish I had worn my cute active outfit haha! The guides are top notch when it comes to knowing and assisting in perfect photo-ops. We got some awesome pictures! At times I wish I didn’t have a water bottle, sunglasses, or hat with me. Personally, I found it was more of a hassle than beneficial to have these things. Most aspects of the canyon are shaded so sunglasses and hats are not needed. These items simply cover up more of your face in the fantastic pictures you will have. I can’t say I recommend not bringing a water bottle with you, but I found myself putting it down a whole lot more for photos in comparison to actually drinking it. Finally, you MUST wear a mask the entire time (except when drinking water). I really wish some of these phenomenal photos could have been without masks, but I completely understand the rule and strict enforcement of it. On the positive side, the number of people in the canyon was a fraction compared to previous sized groups so the tour felt very intimate and pictures were free of others in the background. If you get the chance to see and your lower antelope canyon, GO!
Written September 14, 2021
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