1-Day Antelope Canyon Tour from Flagstaff

  • Tour code: 000-3192
  • Available: Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat
  • Depart from: Flagstaff, AZ
  • Duration: 10 Hours
From USD$218.60

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Visit Page (Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Dam), Antelope Canyon (Upper Antelope Canyon). Inclusion: admission fees, lunch and pick-up service at Flagstaff hotels.

Special Remarks:

  • See magnificent views of Oak Creek Canyon
  • Once at the destination, travel by off-road vehicle to the site
  • Stop at the historic Navajo trading Post at Cameron

Pricing Details

  • This tour requires walking for 90 minutes on unpaved, uneven terrain. It does not permit women more than 5 months pregnant on the tour. No child 5 or under allowed on this tour. No Dogs, including service dogs.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Flagstaff-Antelope Canyon-Page-Flagstaff(252 miles)
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Day 1 Flagstaff-Antelope Canyon-Page-Flagstaff(252 miles)

Guests will be picked up from the specified departure locations in Flagstaff to begin this tour. Today, we will travel to Northern Arizona for a fully-narrated tour led by some of the most experienced guides in the Southwest. We will make plenty of stops to take photos at scenic locations and to stretch our legs. Once we arrive at Antelope Canyon, we will switch to an off-road vehicle operated by a Navajo guide, who will navigate us through the gently carved sandstone of the upper canyon. Then, we will walk with the guided through the beautiful, graceful curves of the canyon, observing how the walls are illuminated by the occasional shafts of light shining from above. As the sun changes, we will get amazing photo opportunities. As the angle of the light changes, so do the colors of the canyon. Based on how much time we have remaining, we will also get the chance to see additional attractions like the Glen Canyon Dam, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, the Native American Trading Post, and more. Later, we will return to Flagstaff. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Upper Antelope Canyon measures a quarter mile long and 130 feet deep. It is reached by traveling a 3.5-mile-long dry (most of the time) sandy wash that runs south from State Route 98.

  • Always Visit
    Upper Antelope Canyon is called "the place where water runs through rocks" by the Navajo. Its entrance and entire length are at ground level, requiring no climbing. Beams occur most often in the summer months, as they require the sun to be high in the sky.

Page is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, United States, near the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. Page was founded in 1957 as a housing community for workers and their families during the construction of nearby Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River.

  • Always Visit
    This concrete arch dam in northern Arizona barricades the Colorado River and creates Lake Powell, the second-largest man-made lake in the country. Lake Powell is a haven for water-skiers and boaters, and is also popular with fishermen.
    Duration: Approx. 30 Minutes
  • Always Visit
    Horseshoe Bend, located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area about 5 miles downriver from Lake Powell, is a sharp turn in the Colorado River that formed from erosion over the course of millions of years.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
  • Always Visit
    Lake Powell is a beautiful reservoir along the Colorado River amid the vast desert expanses of Utah. It is in the vicinity of the Rainbow Bridge, Ticaboo Canyon, and iconic Antelope Canyon.





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