Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Grand Canyon Adventures, 400 S Malpais Ln, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-6257
Pick up location
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Horseshoe Bend, Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Glen Canyon Dam Overlook, Page, AZ
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
Duration: 1 hour
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Professional guide
- Picnic lunch at Glen Canyon Dam
- Entry/Admission - Horseshoe Bend
- Entry/Admission - Glen Canyon Dam Overlook
- Entry/Admission - Antelope Canyon
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- TOUR DEPARTS FROM OUR OFFICE IN FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. WE CANNOT ACCOMMODATE GUESTS OUTSIDE OF FLAGSTAFF - NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Comfortable walking shoes are strongly advised
- Please be advised that we may use either upper or lower antelope canyon depending on weather and crowd conditions
- Minimum age is 6 years old. This tour is NOT suitable for infants or toddlers.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- Travelers must be able to walk 1.5 miles (2.5 km) over uneven surfaces to participate in this tour
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
Ryan, our driver and tour guide, was interesting and very knowledgeable. Loved his insights about native american history and life today. He was also vey informative about local geology and regional history. Highly recommend!!
There is a bit of wait at Antelope Canyon with the volume of tourists. But the astounding walk through the canyon was worth the wait. Our guide was very knowledgeable, he even assisted us on camera settings to capture the colors of the canyon. It would be best to listen to the guides and follow instructions to avoid unnecessary delays within the group and the groups behind you. The hike to Horshoe Bend is a bit strenuous, especially during summer. Our guide was very helpful and making sure we were well. The view was breathtaking quite literally!.
The trip was amazing! Highly recommend fitting it into your trip! Our guide was great. He was a wealth of information and we enjoyed all of his stories. He was so nice and definitely well versed on the area. The sites were uniquely breathtaking! They are both places that should be on the bucket list!! The photos came out awesome! It was a long day but spaced out nicely with the stops. The lunch and snacks were good, too! :
The tour was great! great tour guide with all the history! Started out with a 2 hour drive! Then did horsebend was great to see. Then went to the Glen canyon For lunch. Lunch was great! Ended with the Antelope Canyon! Was amazing to see! Stopped at a trading store on the way back to the hotel!
Absolutely MUST seen!!! Loved it!
Rob was an exceptional and knowledgeable tour guide. He also was a safe and cautious driver. The tour started off with a 3 hour drive to Page, AZ. Rob was giving us a history about the Navajo owned land. Very informative. When we got the upper canyon of the antelope, we waited for our permits. We then embarked on a truck with Nina, our tour guide. Make sure to bring a buff or handkerchief as you will need it for the 3 mile drive in the sand. Once we got to the antelope canyon, it was pretty crowded for December 30. Rob did state it is their busiest time of the year as tourists flock during the new year. Once we got in, Nina and the rest of the tour guides would give tips how to take pictures in the canyon. Very helpful as my pictures turned out pretty amazing. The whole experience was great, if only we got the sunlight, but we were told it only comes out during March-September. We headed back to the bus to have lunch at Glen Canyon Dam with sandwiches, pasta salad, chips, water and soda. You can walk the bridge less than a mile to get a view of the dam and Colorado river. Lastly, was the hike to Horseshoe bend. Bring good walking shoes as it is a hike, but doable. Its about a mile walk. The Horseshoe Bend was breathtaking. Again, it was crowded but you can still take great pictures minus the people in it. Rob drove us all back to our designated hotels and ended the trip on a great note.
Really beautiful. The youg guide was a gem.