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Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours
Open today: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Beautiful but crowded

Sherry was our tour guide and she provided a wonderful experience. Turns out she's a photographer... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Worth it, amazing!

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Upper Antelope Canyon and we highly recommend Thina as your... read more

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Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, Australia
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Reviewed November 1, 2019

Very easy to get to. Right off highway 98 a few miles outside of Page. Our guide Quentin (sp?) was excellent. Very organized with many very interesting commentaries. Even made sure we got the best pictures possible. This trip was the reason we went to Pge and very glad we did. Antelope Canyon was amazing. Highly recommend the trip. Gently walking. Couldn't imagine any better way to see this attraction.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Bob M
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Reviewed October 31, 2019

The slot canyon is stunningly beautiful and worth the trip to Page, however long you'll have to wait before your tour starts, and the 15-minute dusty and bumpy ride along a dirt road to and from the canyon entrance. There may not be anything quite like it that's as easy to get to anywhere else. Try to listen to your guide, as they know the best places to take photos (which is not always obvious, as the scene changes when you look in different directions), and they know the best settings for your camera. I say "try" to listen because it can be very crowded in the canyon -- especially as it is very narrow at times -- and you can find yourself trailing your group without them in sight. Since the flow of visitors can be heavy and frequent, you sometimes feel rushed within the canyon and therefore need to have your camera ready at all times.

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed October 31, 2019

My group went on Oct 26th, got there about 1.5hrs too early for our original reservation due to the time zone mishap. They let us go on an earlier tour and glad we did! We got a fantastic tour guide, Mike. He was so knowledgeable about the canyon, but also about everyone's phone and what filter/lighting to use in the various locations to get professional looking photos. Highly recommend the tour and Mike if you're lucky enough!

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed October 28, 2019

We did the photography tour, which I totally recommend if you have a DSLR and tripod(which you must have to take the photo tour).
The tour starts by taking you out to the canyon via a modified jeep. NOTE: stick your camera under your shirt or bring something to cover it. It is very dusty on the ride over. My clothes were covered in red dust by the time we got to the canyon. You don't want to be getting all this fine red dust in your expensive camera gear. Also, they recommend a dust blower not a microfiber cloth to clean your lens as the dust as fine quartz crystals in it which can scratch your lens if rubbed with the cloth. I would also recommend getting a protective camera pouch to keep on your camera as your go about the tour.
The tour will take you through the canyon and will stop at various points for you to set up your tripod and take photos. The guides will do their best to keep others out of your shots and allow you to get fantastic photos. They also know when the light beams come out and will try to help you get that iconic photo as well.
I felt bad for our guide as he had to deal with some....unpleasant tourists who kept yelling at random people passing by to get out of their shots and also yelled at the guide to keep the other people from getting in their way. They kept trying to get pictures of the canyon floor without people and getting frustrated, while I had my camera pointed upward and got stunning photos of the canyon walls with no problems at all. The guide was very professional and very nice. They are all very knowledgeable with cameras as well and will help you get the perfect settings and framing.
As for what to bring here are my suggestions. A compact tripod, one that is easy to use and has a low profile so you can get low angles to the ground if needed. A camera with a wide angle lens. I was using a 16-35mm lens and was mostly around the 16mm point. The canyon is so large that you will want as wide of a lens as possible. Use f8-f11 depending on lighting and what your camera can handle to not be too dark. Shutter times can be several seconds as well since it is so dark in the canyon, but since you have a tripod, this is very doable. A remote shutter is a strong recommendation to allow you to get those long exposure shots without any movement of the camera.
You will get amazing photos from this trip so go and enjoy it!

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank 331hoang
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Reviewed October 26, 2019

Antelope Canyon is amazing and definitely worth the price.The tours are extremely well organized and our guide Vere was great. Follow the instructions of what not to bring and do. The tour group knows what they are doing and these rules are for the benefit of all.
We thoroughly enjoyed this a would recommend it.

Date of experience: October 2019
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