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Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Las Vegas

Highlights
  • Combine two iconic desert destinations in Nevada and Arizona
  • Breakfast pastry, lunch, and bottled water are all included
  • Comfortable coach equipped with restroom and power outlets
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Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Las Vegas
From US$175.00
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Tour Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Las Vegas
US$175.00
End your tour in Flagstaff
End your day in Flagstaff after your Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend day tour from Las Vegas.
US$255.00
Overview
Visit Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Las Vegas on a full-day trip through desert landscapes that include the Virgin River Gorge, Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon Dam. After crossing the desert in the comfort of a climate-controlled coach, you hike and explore Antelope Canyon with a Navajo guide and walk to Horseshoe Bend Overloook, with its views of a famous bend in the Colorado River.
What to Expect
After pickup from select Las Vegas hotels, Leave the city for a scenic, 4.5-hour drive to Page, Ariz., the access point for Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. A breakfast pastry, lunch, and bottled water are included on this tour.

Enjoy slightly cooler temperatures when you step off the bus, as Page is higher in elevation than Las Vegas, and then stretch your legs on a 75-minute guided hiking tour of Lower Antelope Canyon. Enjoy views if a narrow sandstone canyon with soaring walls, and learn the history of the area’s Navajo culture.

Next, continue to Horseshoe Bend Overlook, where you walk 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) round-trip over sand and rocks to the edge of a dramatic canyon with views down to the Colorado River.

Following your time at Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, begin the beautiful return trip to Las Vegas, where this tour concludes at your original departure point.
Reviews (18)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 11 September 2018
Completely blown away by Antelope Canyon!!

I knew Antelope Canyon was going to to amazing but, I didn't know just how amazing. The canyon completely blew my mind with its spectacular designs and shapes and colors. OMG!!! It was well worth the trip. Horseshoe Bend was spectacular in its own right...More

Thank Regina D
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile
Worth the trip

Make no mistake that this is a LONG bus ride but it’s totally worth it. We got a cake for breakfast, didn’t eat it, large sandwich for lunch, crisps, juice, pretzels and as much water as we wanted. In fact I didn’t eat most of...More

2  Thank Nathan C
Reviewed 31 May 2018
Worst ever

Unless your Chinese this is not for you. This company is connected to China Hosted Destinations. On our bus only 6 of us spoke english and the guide was not one of them. Had I known this I would have never taken this tour. When...More

7  Thank sctay
Reviewed 1 May 2018
Two day tour

We decided to see all we could with our trip to Antelope Canyon so we took the two day tour and are glad we did. We were able to experience both the upper and lower canyons and a boat ride on lake Powell. The long...More

3  Thank mahcrna
Reviewed 8 April 2018
It was amazing BUT the tour guide OMG!

The tour guide was funny but she was so hard to understand, the bus was mostly Asian people and she did translate but when she spoke in English it was very hard to understand her. The bus drivers(yes, they switch drivers 3 times) the drivers...More

2  Thank Melissa B
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Oogii N
22 October 2018|
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Response from Regina D | Reviewed this property |
14 hours total. They'll give you a pick up time at a designated hotel and you're back at the hotel around 8pm or so.
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Morena M
26 September 2018|
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Response from Regina D | Reviewed this property |
Lower is better but, if you have trouble walking and climbing in tight spaces, go to upper portion.
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