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Upper Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon: Our most recommended tours and activities

Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Walking Tour & Entrance Ticket

1. Page: Upper Antelope Canyon Walking Tour & Entrance Ticket

Discover the Upper Antelope Canyon with a combo entry ticket and guided walking tour. Enjoy a scenic ride to the canyon before venturing on a guided walking tour with a Navajo local. After driving to the check-in point at the Upper Antelope Canyon office, a Navajo guide will transfer you (approx.3 miles) to the entrance of the canyon. Follow your guide through the canyon while listening to stories of culture and knowledge of the Navajo people and the geology of the land. Get more out of your photos with unique camera angles shared by your guide. Learn about the formation process of the surrounding scenery as you wander through the canyon. Lastly, return back to the check-in point/parking lot.

Upper Antelope Canyon: Admission Ticket and Guided Tour

2. Upper Antelope Canyon: Admission Ticket and Guided Tour

Pre-book your admission ticket to Upper Antelope Canyon and witness a masterpiece of nature's uncanny craftsmanship as you embark on a visual feast for your senses. Enjoy a scenic ride to the canyon before venturing on a guided walking tour with a Navajo local. Start your trip with a scenic ride to the canyon (approximately 10 minutes on a paved road and 10 minutes within the dry wash of the Antelope Canyon). Listen as your guide explains the canyon's geology, cultural history, and modern issues on the way. Upon arrival at the site, you’ll step into the desert and enter a fantasy world in stone. For photographers, with proper exposures, you can bring out the best in your own creativity. For aspiring or non-photographers alike, there is a magical new world to explore and immerse yourself in. Experience rich and deep colors in the morning and afternoon and marvel at the famous light beams that occur mid-day from April to September. On your guided walk, you'll get to fully take insights that you can only witness at this canyon, located at Page, Lake Powell.

From Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend Tour & Lunch

3. From Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend Tour & Lunch

Explore the world-famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on a day trip from Las Vegas, with entry tickets included. Hike through the Arizona landscape and stop to take photos at scenic spots. Meet your guide in Las Vegas and board the air-conditioned luxury coach bus to begin your experience. Relax on the drive to Page, and enjoy views of the Virgin River Gorge and rock formations at the Escalante/Grand Staircase National Monument.  Walk between the famous sculpted sandstone walls as you admire the kaleidoscope-life colors and patterns of light you’ve seen 1000 times before in photos.  Stop to take your own personal photos as you listen to your Navajo guide share tidbits about the local history and culture. And enjoy your included granola bar and water along the way if you get hungry or thirsty. Continue onto Horseshoe Bend Overlook next, where the Colorado River has carved the famous horseshoe-shaped turn. Enjoy a short round-trip hike of 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) to reach the viewpoint, then enjoy the views of the river as it flows through Glen Canyon.  Head back to the bus for your return journey to Las Vegas, where you’ll be dropped off at the original starting point.

Las Vegas: Upper Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Glen Dam

4. Las Vegas: Upper Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Glen Dam

Get out of Las Vegas and experience breathtaking Upper Antelope Canyon on a day trip. Discover why the Navajo calls the canyon "the place where water runs through rocks," snap beautiful pictures of awe-inspiring geological formations, and see the Colorado River at Horseshoe Bend. Meet your guide at your pickup point in Las Vegas and head into the high desert. As you drive, pass through the town of Kanab in Utah. After a short bathroom break, approach the mighty Colorado River for a visit to Horseshoe Bend. Stop at the viewpoint to see panoramic views of Glen Canyon and its dam before heading to one of the world's most popular photography spots, Upper Antelope Canyon. Choose between entering the canyon during prime time, the best hours to see the sunlight on the canyon walls or non-prime time. Meet your local Navajo tour guide and enter the canyon to get pictures of the light reflecting off the canyon walls. Next, drive to Page for a lunch break (cost not included) before returning to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Upper Antelope & Zion 2-Day Tour

5. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Upper Antelope & Zion 2-Day Tour

Explore some of the country's top national parks on this 2-day trip from Las Vegas. Admire the red rocks of Zion National Park, follow your guide into Antelope Canyon, and enjoy stunning views of Glen Canyon Dam. Day 1Begin with pickup from your hotel in Las Vegas and head to your first stop, the Grand Canyon. Go straight to the popular South Rim of the Canyon and take in sweeping views while learning more about the area from your guide. After sightseeing, enjoy a relaxing evening at a comfortable hotel. Day 2 Enjoy a complimentary breakfast at your hotel. Afterward, make the drive to Page, Arizona. Stop at Zion National Park and marvel at the majestic red rocks throughout the park. Next, head to Antelope Canyon to get the perfect picture of sunlight beams on the canyon's walls. To visit the canyon in the best light, select the prime time option. Continue to Glen Canyon and stop for breathtaking views of Glen Canyon, its Dam, and Horseshoe Bend, a dramatic section of the Colorado River, before returning to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Private Tour

6. Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Private Tour

See the highlights of Antelope Canyon, Arizona, and Horseshoe Bend on a guided day trip. Choose between three areas of the canyon to explore. Meet your guide at your hotel in Las Vegas and climb aboard the air-conditioned bus to start your journey. Head straight to Antelope Canyon. Discover why the original Navajo name Tsé bighánílíní means "the place where water runs through rocks." Enjoy the memorable photo opportunities created by the slot canyon's sculpted sandstone walls, formed by flash floods and wind erosion. Marvel at the stunning colors and reflections caused by the daylight dancing through the narrow openings at the top of the canyon. Choose from three areas in Antelope Canyon to explore: Lower Antelope Canyon Meet your Navajo guide on arrival at the canyon and take a short walk to the canyon’s entrance. Descend the safe, railing-lined stairs to the floor of Lower Antelope Canyon and set off on a journey to explore this magnificent formation. Upper Antelope Canyon On arrival at the canyon, climb aboard a 4-wheel drive for a 4-mile drive up a sandy riverbed to the slot canyon's entrance. Walk into the canyon between towering sandstone walls sculpted by flash floods and wind erosion. Canyon X Enjoy a mix of both the Upper and Lower canyon's characteristics, with the Upper’s pillars of light and the Lower’s steepness. Regardless of the option you choose, then head to Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado River makes a 280-degree turn around the rock. Enjoy a 1.5-mile walk to and from the Horseshoe Bend Overlook to look down upon the mighty Colorado River at the bottom of Glen Canyon. Head back to the vehicle to be taken back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Upper Antelope Canyon

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 99 reviews

While this was a pricey experience, it was worth every penny. The entire tour was well run and according to plan. The actual tour of the canyon was amazing, which is an understatement. Our guide Jr Clark was great! He helped us capture awesome photos. Highly recommend.

Wyatt was an excellent guide…informative & extremely helpful with picture taking. Thank you, Wyatt! Our favorite experience while traveling through Nevada, Utah, & Arizona.

This canyon is gorgeous and well worth the bumpy ride to get there! The colors, the history, the changing patterns in the walls...it was magical!

The drive is pretty bumpy, but this is no one’s fault, just a result of the displaced sand in the riverbed from recent monsoon season.

Marvin and Stanley were great! Very knowledgeable, friendly, funny:) and on time! Would highly recommend!