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We went on this tour with an experienced photo tour guide and he set us up for the 1130 tour (in October) so the light was perfect for the Antelope Canyon photography.
Hopefully you don't have a day of too much rain the night before...More
We had booked Upper Antelope Canyon well advance and reached the place quite an early and informed them we have reached. The office asked us to wait outside in the hot summer, we preferred to be in the car with AC on, parked outside. Our...More
We came with one of the official tour operators to the sightseeing tour at 8.30am (Adventurous Tours).
A fantastic trip with spectacular views and all guided by very knowledgeable Native Americans.
Don’t miss it - despite many other visitors and a very tight organization: it...More
Chaya (Toby) was our tour guide at Upper Antelope Canyon on Oct 12 2018. He was amazing! He explained various traditions of Navajo people, significance of various spots in the canyon. He was very friendly and helped our entire group with taking lot of pictures....More
We booked our tour with Chief Tsosie’s, and I think they made the tour as enjoyable as it could be considering the crowds of people. We were told before the tour that no backpacks were allowed, but when we showed up it turns out that...More
The Upper Antelope Canyon is a must see ! Whether you happen to be in the area or planning a trip just to tour the canyon, book in advance.You may be disappointed if you don’t.The tours fill up quickly.The views are unbelievably fantastic! The Lower...More
I booked our group through Antelope Canyon Navaho Tours. They sent me confirmations and when I changed the time, immediately sent me an update. We were scheduled and had our reservations. No problem checking in as they had our reservation and we paid upon arrival...More
We booked the tour through Antelope Slot Canyon Tours two weeks in advance and was only able to get an early morning slot. If you want the popular slots 10:30 am-1:30 am book way in advance. A truck took the group of about 14 people,...More
We used Antelope Canyon Tours, 22 S. Lake Powell (nice gift and craft shop) for about $45 each adult. Very casual and warm Navajo run the tour company, top to bottom. 20 minute crazy truck ride, part highway, part bumpy dirt road to the canyon...More
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I do not recommend to visit the Antelope Canyons in the late afternoon (any time after 2 pm). The most vibrant colors of Antelope Canyons can be appreciated in the morning. We went to Upper Antelope Canyon in EARLY... More
I do not recommend to visit the Antelope Canyons in the late afternoon (any time after 2 pm). The most vibrant colors of Antelope Canyons can be appreciated in the morning. We went to Upper Antelope Canyon in EARLY afternoon, the colors were not nearly as pretty as when we visited Lower Antelope Canyon in the morning. The timing of the visit is extremely important if you want to truly enjoy the beauty of Antelope Canyon. Yes, you need to join the tour. You cannot visit on your own. A Navajo Indian tour guide will take you. We took Ken’s tour for Lower Antelope. We took the Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours for the Upper.