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Just make sure you are not claustrophobic and everthing will be just fine! We have seen many pictures prior to coming but seeing this first hand is on another level. This is one destination you must visit when you are in Page.
We did this tour with ken's. they are located near the lower canyon, so you drive up to the canyon in your vehicle , and then you walk to the lower canyon with your guide.
The views are amazing of the lower canyon. The total...More
This place is amazing. We went with our three year old and six month old and it went great. The three year old navigated the stairs with some help. The views on the tour are amazing! So many stunning shots continuously over the hour hike....More
We did not go to the upper antelope but the lower was too stunning even during the morning tour. Our guide was so sweet, she took pictures and even showed us the best filter in the iphone camera to show the colors of this amazing...More
Breathless! What a beauty. It was amazing walk through lower Antelope with a small group of people and Amazing guide who explained it with so much love and understood the tourist requirements as well of photographing 😝 , which made the whole tour memorable. It...More
Antelope canyon is beautiful master piece of nature. You have to be lucky - rain can close all tours. Tour was pretty fine, not so long, you have enough time to make some pictures. The biggest surprise for me was that it is not as...More
The KensTours Lower Antelope trip (1 hour 15 min) was absolutely spectacular and was well lead by our tour guide Keanu. This is a must do when visiting the Grand Canyon area. Around every turn in the canyon is a beautiful sight and wonderful photo...More
Response from Bobbysundrop | Reviewed this property |
We actually did it online directly....they have tours like every hour or so and it gets booked really quickly...kind of bummed we had the last one of the day but it ended up being the BEST time to do in regards to the sun's... More
We actually did it online directly....they have tours like every hour or so and it gets booked really quickly...kind of bummed we had the last one of the day but it ended up being the BEST time to do in regards to the sun's lighting
Response from Bobbysundrop | Reviewed this property |
we did not use a tour guide...we did it ourselves...flew into Las Vegas rented a car and then did all sides of the canyon. It was awesome to go at our leisure and see more than the norm like on a tour :)
Lower antelope canyon and horseshoe bend access (10 Replies)
On Mar 08, 2017, at 07:05 PM RedRox wrote: Please post in the forum where I will reply in Detail. That way other readers can benefit too. RedRox On Mar 08, 2017, at 11:53 AM Jhonny678 wrote: Hello. I saw your post a few days ago on lower antelope canyon. I am planning a trip to Page soon. I see tours that charge 50 to 60.00 per person. I would like to go to antelope canyon and horseshoe bend. I will have a vehicle. Can you drive to these areas and pay when you get there? If so how does...More
March 10, 2017|
Thanks for posting in the forum. Yes, you can drive to the tribal park and pay your fees there to join the next available tour. The Navajo Reservation fee of $8 pp is combined with a mandatory guided tour fee. The tour fees range from around $25-$40 pp depending on Upper or lower and time of day. Also plan to tip your guide.
how much time to drive from Springdale to Page/L Antelope C (12 Replies)
We are driving from Springdale to Page on Oct 2. I need to make a reservation for Ken's tours of Lower Antelope Canyon and want to make it earlier rather than later for better sunlight in the canyon. I know we gain one hour going from Utah to AZ. Our itinerary is; leave approx. 8AM; stop at Canyon Overlook trail IF lot is full when we arrive; stop at Escalante VC in Kanab; lunch. Not sure what else is along the route that will take up time to stop? Any suggestions what time would be good for...More
September 19, 2015|
Not sure what you mean by "stop at Escalante VC in Kanab"? In your shoes, I would probably just go without committing to a specific tour and sign up for the next available one once I got there. Keep an eye on their reservation site to see if tours start selling out as you get closer to the date. If you notice that it is, reserve a later slot just to be on the safe side. I'm doubting that you'd need to do this. There's a LOT you could stop for between Zion and Page, just a matter of what...More
Comments on our itinerary? (3 Replies)
Hello! We are taking a 3 generational trip out west in early July -- my parents (late 60s, good health) and my 2 kids (4 and 10), plus my husband and me. I am thinking about the itinerary below, but want to make sure we're not missing anything. Advice welcome!! Day 1: Arrive at Vegas Airport on early morning flight -- rent mini-van -- head to North Rim of Grand Canyon; stopping at St. George Walmart for cooler and snacks and taking the "Hwy 9" scenic drive through Zion on the way. Staying...More
February 27, 2016|
Response fromConnie B|
Observations - This is how I'd do this loop. Day 1: Las Vegas to north rim. Day 2: North Rim Day 3: Page Day 4: Page Substitute Glen Canyon Dam tour over Hoover Dam tour - just as impressive, less crowded and cheaper. Go to the dam after your raft trip. Day 5: Antelope Canyon AM. Stop by Lone Rock Beach at Lake Powell on the way out of town for swimming. Drive to Zion NP via east entrance - iconic highway 9 Overnight Springdale. Day 6: Explore Zion. Drive to Las Vegas...More