8am, 8:30am, 9:10am, 9:50am, 10:30am, 11:10am, 11:50am, 12:30pm, 1:10pm, 1:50pm, 2:30pm, 3pm
Make your way to MP 308 SR 98, Page, AZ 86040
Same as the start point
Experience the majestic beauty of Antelope Canyon's unique red rock walls which were carved by water into an incredible amalgamation of shapes and colors.
Antelope Canyon is a natural slot canyon carved over time by water and wind to create a smorgasbord of shapes, colors and shadows. Explore the rugged Antelope Canyon X, which includes two sections of slot canyons. Embark on an hour-long stroll through two different slot canyons with a professional guide keeping you company. This part of Antelope Canyon promises jaw-dropping views of the rock formations and an explosion of colors.
Located southeast of Lower Antelope canyon by the gateway town of Page, AZ, this part of the canyon is created by millions of years of flood erosion and strong winds on its sandstone, sculpting out the iconic "X" shape the canyon is aptly named after. The region offers the most fabulous photo ops and is a great vacation spot for photography enthusiasts as well as travelers looking to explore this geological phenomenon.
Voucher Information: Show your voucher on your smartphone or other device (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!) Please carry your valid photo ID to show to the tour guide before starting the activity.
Please reach at pick up location 15 minutes prior to departure time.
This tour requires a hike, we recommend dressing in comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing. Please ensure you carry water and snacks.
Navajo Nation Park Permit Fee of $8 USD per person cash is required when visiting Antelope Canyon. This fee is due upon arrival and is NOT included with this admission ticket. The permit fee is valid for 1 day only for any Navajo Tribal Parks.
Antelope Canyon operates on the same time zone as Page, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona.
The Navajo Nation and Utah are on different time zones, so please plan your drive time and arrival time according to Page and Phoenix.
Antelope Canyon does not allow any bags to be brought on the walking tour.
Tripods, monopods or selfie sticks are not allowed.
Photos can be taken throughout the walking tour.
Be sure to check weather in the destinations to make sure you have appropriate clothing.
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