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We went to Horseshoe Bend first and then drove to lower antelope canyon which is only a few minutes away. You have to make reservations in advance with one of the two tour providers. We used Ken’s. They do have a few walk up reservations...More
The lower canyon was simply awesome and 5 stars to our tour guide, Cody from Ken's Tour. He was very friendly, knowledgeable, informative and took the time to explain many aspects of the canyon. Our time slot was 9:30AM and all went well. We also...More
We did this to her as a couple and we did not make advance reservations. If we did, we would have been in the Canyon a little bit quicker but we still don't have to wait too long. The Canyon itself is great, they take...More
Make sure you ask for Dylan Arthur, he made the canyon so much more interesting by his knowledge of the artwork down under and how the river flows thru during bad seasons and reforms the canyon... Dylan was amazing
The views you get here are crazy cool but the pictures are 10 x times better. Having that said, you get great help from the tour guides and lots of cool information.
Time your trip: we did our research and figured out what the best...More
Beautiful canyon but crowded, a lot of stairs, up and down. We took the deluxe tour and worth it. We went in October and thought it was crowded but our guide said it was a lite day and in summer would be double the people....More
After walking about five minutes to the narrow slot where you enter the canyon, we climbed down into the canyon on a series of steep steel stairways with sturdy handrails. Once down inside, our guide led us through a narrow maze of a trail through...More
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Hi. We enjoyed Lower Antelope Canyon. We visited Horseshoe Bend twice trying to get the lighting right. At sunset in November the sun is directly ahead of you, so makes for a dreadful shot. The next time we tried late... More
Hi. We enjoyed Lower Antelope Canyon. We visited Horseshoe Bend twice trying to get the lighting right. At sunset in November the sun is directly ahead of you, so makes for a dreadful shot. The next time we tried late morning which was better. If you particularly want a good picture, if you Google Horseshoe Bend best shots there's a good site that shows you what it will look like from dawn to dusk .