Come with your guide to a spectacular petrified sand dune, created by wind, water and sand, presenting a sculptured masterpiece. Nothing can describe this work of Mother Nature. Experiencing this beauty will leave you breathless.
Our trips to the Upper Antelope Canyon last 90-100 minutes from start to finish. You will travel in our 4-wheel drive tour truck to the mouth of the Canyon.
From there you will come off the tour truck and walk into the canyon with the driver who doubles as your tour guide. We enter the canyon at ground
-level, walking within the canyon walls looking upwards of 100-130 feet to the top.
There is no serious hiking or climbing involved, only an easy walk on a sandy Canyon floor which is level for the most part. You will have up to 50/60 minutes on the tour: with this time you can take pictures, hear some local history and time for you to enjoy the beauty. Afterwards you will be returned to our office in Page, AZ in the same tour truck, same driver.
There are passenger limits therefore we Highly recommend reservations in advance. Our tours into the Upper Antelope Canyon depart from our office located at 22 South Lake Powell BLVD in Page, AZ (right next to Pizza Hut).
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
We could sell out weeks if not months in advance.
Holidays are especially busy.
Tour #1 - Sightseer's Tour Times
Departure times: *7:00, 8:00, 9:30, **11:30, 13:30 & 15:30, *16:30 *subject to availability of light in winter months
Tour Cost: THESE RATES DO NOT INCLUDE THE NAVAJO PARK FEE
1st to October 31st:
Adult $32.00 inclusive (ages 13 and up)
Child $22.00 inclusive (ages 3 to 12)
Children 2 and under free.
**11:30 AM rates:
Adult $42.00 inclusive (ages 13 and up)
Child $32.00 inclusive (ages 3 to 12)
Children 2 and under no fees
Amount includes: Base fare and Taxes (taxes subject to change)
CURRENT NAVAJO PARK FEE: $8.00 (subject to change)
This fee will be paid in our office on the day of the tour along with your tour cost. Fee applies to everyone 8 years and older.
There is an additional booking fee, this fee is an additional 5% on top of the tour cost - Fee is Non-Refundable (Be sure you're 100% sure on the date you're booking).
Off-season tour information is located here.
off season is from November through February
we are open year round, 7 days a week, even in the Winter.
Suggested equipment: Water, extra memory, batteries, and or film. Monopods work great on the Sightseer's Tour, we don't allow tripods on Tour #1; Tripods are only allowed on our Photographer's Tour (only serious photographers).
Method of Payment: Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover card, cash and traveler's checks accepted for Payment.
For additional information that we may have missed on the website e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tours may be cancelled due to weather at the sole discretion of the tour operator. If the tour is cancelled by the operator for weather, you will not be charged.
-Can I take photos on Tour #1? Yes, just no tripods allowed.
-What canyon are we going to? The Upper Antelope Canyon.
-Is there a camera charge? We don't charge for this.
-Can I visit the canyon without a tour? No, a tour is required.
-Does my National Park annual pass work? Sorry but it does not.
-Can I arrive without reservations? We don't suggest it, with passenger limits we can sell out.
-Can I be left at the canyon? No, you will be on a tour the entire time and brought back to our office - the Antelope Canyon is by guided tours only.
Open 7 days a week - year round
inquire about holidays.
22 S Lake Powell Blvd P.O. Box 936
Page, AZ 86040
office: 928-645-9102 after hours:
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Rates and fees are subject to change.