Lower Antelope Canyon Ticket
Located a few miles from Upper Antelope, Lower Antelope Canyon, known as "spiral rock arches" by the Navajo, is great for those looking for a little hike and a photographer's dream. The lower canyon is in the shape of a "V" and shallower than the Upper Antelope. Lighting is better in the early hours and late morning.
Please note: you must arrive no later than 1.5 hours prior to selected time.
- Lower Antelope Canyon admission fee
- Parking fees
- Viator Brokerage Fee
- USD$8/Person Navajo Nation Permit Fee
- Entry/Admission - Antelope Canyon
- USD$3/Person Navajo Tour Guide Gratuity
- USD$2/Person Redeem Ticket Service Fee
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Due to the high demand and the restrictions on the number of visitors for each time slot, the actual entry time may be adjusted even after confirmation, especially at peak season.
- Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the canyon
- The use of selfie sticks, tripods and monopods are prohibited Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the canyon
- Important: Please bring water with you and stay hydrated, Antelope Canyon is very remote and there are no stores to purchase water.
- Most travelers can participate
The Lower Antelope Canyon tour was amazing. Our guide, Oliver, was fun and very knowledgeable, and helped with our pictures. This was one of our best tours and incredible sites ever.
Making reservations 2 weeks in advance in August was not easy. Time spots were limited. Our tour guide, Ala was excellent. There were 10 of us in the group. My husband and I felt we almost had a private tour. Ala made sure that she answered our questions and was knowledgeable with questions relating to formation of the canyon. She was also knowledgeable with how to operate our cell phones and cameras for better photo shots inside the canyon. If I visit the canyon again, I will ask for Ala.
the indian guide Cheslie knows the canyon very well and is very caring and resourceful. She did an excellent job in guding us to tour the canyon while teaching us how to take wonderful pics. The canyon is magnificient. One thing to complain though. The guy from the company in charge of checking in is astoundingly unfriendly towards Chinese tourists, shouting at people and turned a deaf ear to our questions three times. I think he needs some basic training and education in how to treat people decently.
Great tour! Our female guide was awesome! I totally forgot her name though!She was very informative and accommodating!!!
Word of warning if buying tickets on Viator through Wannar Travel. Arrived at 11.25am for a 11.45am tour and was told the check in cut off was instead at 10.45am. Nowhere on the ticket and in the instructions was this made clear and there was clearly enough time to allocate us to a group. Then, after getting in touch with Wannar Travel, was told our ticket was voided and there was nothing available for the rest of the day despite us managing to find two spots in the 12.45pm tour...
Would never use this organisation again, they confirmed by e mail on numerous occasions that my booking was confirmed for 11.15am however when we went there they told us our booking was for 1.00pm. If it wasn’t for the organisation themselves we wouldn’t have been able to go on the trip so no I wouldn’t use your service again. The attraction itself was excellent and I would strongly recommend it