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ANTELOPE CANYON REMAINS CLOSED
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It is APRIL 2021, the closure continues.

Our tours to Vermilions Cliffs are available and running!

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UPPER ANTELOPE CANYON SIGHTSEEING TOUR

Quick Details

All Tour Times We Do Not have a waitlist
Adult Ages 8 & older
$62
Child Ages 0-7
$52
There is an additional $8 Navajo Park Fee for those aged 8 & older plus surcharges

JOIN US FOR ANTELOPE CANYON TOURS

This tour offers you a fully guided walk into the Upper Antelope Canyon. Guided tours are required to visit this gem, so don’t miss this opportunity!

There is plenty of time for everyone to take photos on this tour and also enough time for you to experience the canyon. Check-in time is 30 minutes prior to tour time.
We will then transport you to the canyon in our four-wheel-drive tour trucks (your vehicle stays at our office location), the drive to the Antelope canyon is 20 minutes, the ride out is mildly bumpy.

Once we arrive at the canyon, you will be guided through the iconic sandstone walls, shaped by years and years of water and wind. Our tour guide will show you places through the canyon to take memorable photos, tell you some history of the canyon, and some local history.
The walk through the canyon is a good 1/4 mile, once we’ve reached the end of the canyon we will then proceed to hike around the canyon – this hike will involve two small hills, incline is not so bad – then it’s all downhill from there, do wear closed-toe shoes. In total we’re walking around 3/4 of a mile, the terrain is sandy, we will be in the elements so be prepared for hot summers or cold winters, do bring water and we hope to see you soon.

We are open year-round.

Advance reservations are required, as we sell out far in advance.
Reserve your Antelope Canyon tours online today.
Sorry but we do not maintain a wait list, keep checking the calendar to see if something opens up.

2021 Season

RE-OPENING PHASES
DEPARTURE TIMES:

8:00 a.m., 10:10 a.m., 12:10 p.m., 2:20 p.m.
during the orange, yellow, green phases we have to abide by these alternative tour times.

ORIGINAL DEPARTURE TIMES: *7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., & 3:30 p.m.
Tours are offered year-round, except for the *7:00 a.m. tour, which is only offered during Spring & Summer seasons.
*Click “Check Availability” to see more info about lighting conditions during the different seasons & also for more general tour information.

CURRENTLY NO TOURS RUNNING
it is now APRIL 2021, the Navajo Nation Government has tribal parks closed until further notice, No one can visit Antelope Canyon until the Navajo Nation allows tourism. Click the big red banner at the top of this page for more details.

 

RESTRICTIONS/ADVISEMENT

  • Do not bring: Selfie sticks, tripods, backpacks, bags & purses, strollers, drones, pets or service animals.
  • Dusty conditions: We advise you to dress your camera in a rain jacket (not for actual rain) to avoid the falling sand that is thrown in the canyon. Changing your lens in the canyon is at your own risk – we are not responsible for damaged cameras.
  • Weather: Please check out the expected weather at least 2 or 3 days prior to arrival, and be prepared for weather that can be either cold or hot. Come with layers.
  • Children: If you are unable to add a child between 0-7 years old it is due to the fact that we have reached the carrying capacity for children with car seats. Our truck design limits the number of children requiring car seats.
  • Strict Passenger Limits: Please book the exact number of persons joining the tour, including children of all ages. If you arrive in our office needing seats for more people, we will not be able to squeeze them on tour. Be sure to book far in advance, as we do sell out. With Daily passenger limits we cannot add more seats to a tour that does not have enough seats.
  • Photographic Tours are no longer available, 2019 was the last of photographic tours to Upper Antelope Canyon. Plenty of great photos can be taken on the Sightseer’s Tour, keep in mind it’s all hand-held photography, no tripods or monopods.