Tour #1 Sightseer's Tour
Upper Antelope Canyon

Come with our tour guides 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 tours into the Upper Antelope Canyon depart from our office located at 22 South Lake Powell BLVD in Page Arizona (right next to Pizza Hut). When you research our area (e.g. place to stay, eat) look-up Page Arizona - this is the town we are located at.

Our trip to the Upper Antelope Canyon last 90-100 minutes from start to  finish. You will be taken to the Canyon in our 4-wheel drive Tour Truck, the drive to the canyon from our office takes 20 minutes. Upon arrival you will get off the Tour Truck and walk into  the canyon with your tour guide(driver). To enter the canyon is Very easy - we just simple walk right in (ground level). There are no heights involved, we will be looking upwards - the canyon walls are up to 100 ft.
 
The walk is realitivily easy - there is no serious hiking or climbing involved, only an easy walk on a sandy Canyon floor which is flat, level walk. 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.

ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
We could sell out weeks/months in advance.
Holidays are especially busy.
(daily passenger limits)


Tour #1 - Sightseer's Tour Times (Open Year-Round)

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:

Rates March 1st to October 31st 2016:
Adult $40.00 (ages 13 and up) ($32.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $30.00 (ages 8-12 years)
($22.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $22.00 (ages 3-7 years)

Children 2 and under free.

**11:30 AM rates:
Adult $50.00 (ages 13 years & up)
($42.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $40.00 (ages 8-12 years)
($32.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $32.00 (ages 3-7 years)

Children 2 and under no fees

November through February rates:
Click this OFF-SEASON rates


Rates March 1st to October 31st 2017:

Adult $45.00 (ages 13 and up)
($37.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $35.00 (ages 8-12 years)
($27.00 +$8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $27.00 (ages 3-7 years)
Children 2 and under free.

**11:30 AM rates:
Adult $58.00 (ages 13 years & up)
($50.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $48.00 (ages 8-12 years)
($40.00 + $8.00 Navajo Park fee)
Child $40.00 (ages 3-7 years)
Children 2 and under no fees

((November through February rates: Click here))


Rates include: tour base fare, taxes and Navajo Park fee
Current Navajo Park entrance fee is $8.00 - fee Only applies to those 8 years and older.
(Taxes & Navajo Park fee subject to change)

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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).

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Accepted methods of payment: Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover card, cash and traveler's checks.


Suggested equipment: Water (hands free-carrier), extra memory, batteries, and or film. Monopods are ok (no tripods).

 

Dusty Conditions: The canyon floor is sandy, with foot traffic the dust can be present. The 11:30 tour does experience more dust, reason being the sand is thrown in the air to capture the light-shafts (summer months) - if you have a sensitivity to dust or have babies you may want to consider a mask of sorts.
   We don't suggest changing your camera lens inside the canyon - the dust can enter your camera; we are not responsible for damaged cameras.

  -No tripods. Only on the Photographer's Tour (serious photographers).
  -No Selfie Sticks.
  -No backpacks or large bags allowed on tour: diaper bags are an exception but Must remain in the Tour Truck while on tour.
-Small bags to carry your important documents and or medicine is allowed on tour; no bigger than gallon of milk, but please - reduce the number of bags going on tour. With too many backpacks it is difficult to maneuver inside the canyon.
::::: Here are some examples on how to carry
water without a backpack ::::: follow these: Example 1; Example 2; Example 3; Example 4, Example 5. Camera Bags, if they are small they are acceptable: Example. But please not a backpack loaded with too much gear; time flies when you're on tour and you won't have time to swap your lens and plus with the dusty conditions you risk your camera. (in no way shape or form are we promoting, or receiving commission and or sponsoring these brands; these are just examples - if the links become broken let us know).
    -We suggest parents with babies to bring a sling/marsupial carrier to go through the canyon - backpack carriers are too big.

For additional information that we may have missed on the website e-mail us: tours@antelopecanyon.com

Questions:
-Can I take Photos? Yes, take as many as you can.
-Can I take my tripod? No tripods and no selfie sticks. Tripods are only allowed on our
Photo Tour.
-Can I take my backpack? No backpacks allowed anymore, baby diaper bags OK but
Has to stay in the tour truck. Small bags to carry important documents or medicine is allowed. Just No big bulky bags allowed.
-Is there a camera charge? We don't have such charges.
-Do I have to have a reservation? Yes, some days we sell out far in advance.

 

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.

 

 

 

Tours will be available to the Vermilion Cliffs.

WhitePocket - no lottery drawing required for BLM permit. Minimum of 2 passengers, or 1 could pay for 2. 6 max per vehicle.

The Wave (North Coyote Buttes) - REQUIRES permit from the BLM. We are unable to obtain the permit for you. minimum of 2.

South Coyote Buttes - REQUIRES permit from the the BLM. We are unable to obtain the permit for you. minimum of 2.

Buckskin Gulch - Minimum of 2 passengers, or 1 could pay for 2. 6 max per vehicle.

Prices are still in the works; tour details in the final phases for public release - very soon. email ryan.r@photographictours.com for bookings - emails only, please no calls just yet.

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we also have our FAQ page

 

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Office Location:

22 S Lake Powell Blvd  P.O. Box 936 
Page, AZ  86040
office:  928-645-9102 after hours:
435-675-9109
tours@antelopecanyon.com

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Rates and fees are subject to change.