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I made reservation to visit the Lower Antelope Canyon for my sister & myself. The next day I called them back and said my grandson would be joining us. The operator asked how old he was and I told her 6. She then said he...More
It was our very first time exploring Arizona so after doing some research, a few different bloggers had advised going to the lower canyon. I came across “kens tour” on google and a few other tour companies. Being a traveller on a moderate to tight...More
This is one of those places you should visit at least once in your lifetime. There are no words to describe how magical this place is. We booked with Ken’s tour, but there is one other tour company on site. From what we’ve seen the...More
We went through the canyon with Ken's Tour. We had Tyler as a guide and couldn't recommend him enough. Beautiful canyon with photography opportunities around every turn. Literally. I recommend it to anyone in the Page, AZ area. You can easily hit this up if...More
I visited antelope canyon in 2013 and it was amazing. The Dine who were giving the tours were really good . You just had to show up, pay 8$, wait fot 30min and you could see the slot canyon. Now, instead of finding a tent...More
This tour was fantastic! The sights were unbelievable and the pictures looked like a professional took them, thanks to our guide, Rock. Not only did Rock take some great pics with my phone, he showed us how to take great pics ourselves. What a lifetime...More
Based on the recommendation of a friend, we booked our tour using the website for Ken's Tours a few days in advance. That was good advice. We went on the tour on a Sunday afternoon and there were hordes of tourists. Ken's sends the groups...More
We went with kids and enjoyed this particular place. Lots of memories and beautiful photos. Remember to have chrome setting on your iPhone. And do take a look at dino foot prints. Carry water bottles. Do not go on holidays or weekends. Try to go...More
Hello, My boys are 11 & 13 and had no issues. There are some crude ladders and steps to navigate to get in and around the canyon in some areas (totally worth it) That might be why they are asking as you really need three... More
Hello, My boys are 11 & 13 and had no issues. There are some crude ladders and steps to navigate to get in and around the canyon in some areas (totally worth it) That might be why they are asking as you really need three points of contact at all times when in the stairs as they are steep. If the kids can do this on their own you should be sweet. Best experience ever
I believe 4:30 is the last tour. You are not allowed any backpacks, purses, or fanny packs. Not even a tripod, but you can take a camera. Remember one thing, be completely still when you take a photo or it will be blurry.