Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is located along Highway 98 near Page, Arizona…You can stop and enjoy an amazing place. Guided tours can be taken into these slot canyons. As the sun comes up each day providing lighting for amazing photos. You can capture some fantastic pictures and it doesn’t matter what type of camera you have. The guides really know their stuff and help everyone with the right shots and explanations of the rock formations.

“Great stop-off activity on the way to Grand Canyon” From looking at the photos online, I knew I needed to go to Antelope Canyon. The reason we chose the lower one was just because it was much easier to do. We showed up at the parking lot, paid the $26 each to go and we were on our way in ten minutes. There were four people in our group including us. Chris our guide was so friendly and warm, he showed us how to set our cameras for the best photos, how to line them up. We didn’t know how good our camera was until Chris showed us. We spent about 2 hours slowly going through as it wasn’t busy at all. In the summer he told us 750 people are walking through there everyday. The canyon itself is so beautiful and strange. You really feel like you’re on a movie set. We tipped at the end too. It was an expensive couple of hours but you’ve never seen anything like this before. – Visitor from Israel

It is only 1 hour and 30 minutes to stop and take in these world famous slot canyons. And just think of what other’s will have to say when you get home and show them your photographs.

“Almost better than the Grand Canyon!” We visited Lower Antelope Canyon last year and everyone ooohed and ahhhed over our photos. My sister in law and her husband wanted us to take them. The slot canyon is unbelievable! Both times we used Ken’s Tours at the entrance to the canyon. The cost is $20 plus $6.00 for the Navajo Nation permit. Tillman was our guide today and he was great! He took group shots and showed you to take the best photos.