Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket
Formed by erosion of Navajo Sandstone, Antelope Canyon is home to deep corridors and flowing smoothing edges and a favorite stop among hikers and photographers. Upper Antelope Canyon referred to by the Navajo as "the place where water runs through rocks" and is the most frequently visited slot canyon with beams of direct sunlight radiate down from openings at the top of the canyon.
Please note: you must arrive at least 1.5 hours prior to selected time.
Redeem Ticket Address(Please check your Voucher and use Google Map):
HWY 98, Milepost 299, 8, Page, AZ 86040, USA
- All Fees and Taxes
- Navajo Tour Guide
- Parking fees
- Viator Brokerage Fee
- Entry/Admission - Antelope Canyon
- USD8/Person Navajo Nation Permit Fee
- USD3/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.
- 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.
- Due to the narrow passageway inside the Canyon, please follow Navajo tour guide's instruction and arrangement when taking pictures. Tour guide leads each visitor group to walk through the canyon. Each visitor group has its assigned time period to take photos at each scenery point. So while enjoying the wonders of Mother Nature, please do not stand still for a long time. Otherwise you may block visitors in the following group. Please understand that depending on the congestion level, tour guide may require that each visitor or family group can only take one photo at one scenery point.
- Most travelers can participate
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
It was great! The canyon was pretty packed with people but they did organize it well. They were all very nice and knowledgable.
We had a wonderful visit to this amazing place and our guide Nita was amazing. She was very helpful with helping us take pictures and very patient with some other very exuberant guests. It's definitely a place not to be missed when touring the area?
Canyon was spectacular - they pack too many people into this small and beautiful space. Be cautious if you’re claustrophobic. Photo ops are great if you can get around everyone
The tour was short, a bit rushed but otherwise it was very nice. The canyon was beautiful, I got great photos. Our guide was excellent, helped with camera settings to optimize the photography, took time to take pics of individual groups within our group of 14. I would definitely recommend the tour. The ride to/from the canyon was a bit dusty, in an open vehicle, camera was quite dusty at the end of the tour.
Leon was amazingly helpful with obtaining great pictures and explaining the canyon and some Navaho history.
Well organized. When they ask you to arrive 1 1/2 ahead of scheduled departure do as they say. There are reasons for this, so abide and your experience will be better, plus if you are 1 minute late too bad it's your fault. Ask your tour guide to take pics for you in a few spots you would not know would make such a great pic, they know the canyon!
This was my second time to Antelope Canyon. Joe was really great - funny and offered super helpful tips to get some super great photos. The first time I went it was in winter, which means you don't really get to see the light beams, but this time around, they just started to peek in. Joe gave some super fun ideas for photos with the light beams.
The Guide was fantastic. He showed me how to get the best out of my camera and the pictures look terrific. Thank you.
The tour guides were extremely helpful with getting extraordinary shots, similar to those of photographers!
This tour is pretty ridiculous because they asked everyone to arrive an hour and a half before the tour even started. I am a flight attendant and I very often take tours and travel so I am used to guided tours. We arrived at 6 AM because our store started at 7:30 AM. There was no cars there no workers and the little shed for their office wasn’t even open. We spoke to one of the parking attendance and he said they don’t even open until 7 AM. This is pretty ridiculous because it’s a very early morning and we even had to miss our hotel breakfast to be there an hour and a half early. Once we arrive we had to pay $10 per person in fees and on top of that the tour guides constantly remind you to tip and to read the signs about tipping. It just made things a little awkward because he literally repeated tipping about five or six times during the short tour. The tour was very rushed and we were constantly being pushed through the canyon and it was hard to just enjoy our time and the canyon. I definitely would not recommend this tour but find a tour that is all inclusive with the fees and one that has a reasonable arrival time.
I truly enjoyed my visit. Our tour guide, Ernest, was awesome! I will definitely come back with my children.
If you have to do it, do it between 11am and 1pm and not during summer time ! Too much people, dark place (we did it at 4pm), tour guides not very friendly. Too expensove for what it is
Amazing ,magic and unbelievable spot even if I was very disappointed to pay additional fees to get in.....
Visit Antelope Upper Canyon is a dream. Must have. Our Guide „Leo JR“ was the best. He shows to make the best pictures in the cayon. Beautifull.
Absolutely amazing. Tour guide was so knowledgeable. This tour did not disappoint. It should be on everyone’s bucket list!
We arrived 30 minutes later and we lost 248 chf, without compation and oder solution ! Big deception
We had to book it months in advance but it was worth it. Our guide made the trip even more interesting and took some great family pictures.
Upper Antelope Canyon was everything we had heard and more. Water cut over 4 million years, the colors and striations of the Canyon walls must be seen to be believed. Our Navajo guide, Leo, was very knowledgeable and a decided plus for our tour. A definite must visit.
Earth’s phenomena... a myriad of artists colors and natures wonder... different shapes and figures as we walked through a sculptured array of beauty. Our guide Dana was so very helpful to show us the best photo spots and pointed out where and how to take the optimal shots. This was one of the most amazing treat.
I was pretty hesitant on doing this tour, as my husband is the one who set it all up... and I think out of my husband, my son and myself, I was the most excited and fascinated! I really really had a great time! A lot of friends and family now want to take a trip out as well!! loved loved it!! thanks to our tour guide, who I cant remember his name but he was great!!
i am so disappointed with overall experience with this tour. Canyon ofcourse is awesome but the overall tour was not. They asked us to be there 1.5 hrs before the tour and the tour dint even start on time. Not sure why they ask people to report hr and half early - you just go and sit there in fire hot weather. Wont let us carry basic milk bottle for toddler but water was allowed - pathetic. Very disorganized tour - no update whats going on. People arriving via tour buses get priority while others pay the same amount but wait in line. 2 guys at the center collecting environment fees are a cheat - zero english and rude. The guy asked me for straight 20 dollars - I asked him again how much and he said 20 -and handed wrinkled slip to us. Later i found its 8 per person and we should be paying 16 dollars and not 20- Receipt had 16 dollars written on it. Its not a matter of 4 dollars but the overall cheating attitude. I would NOT recommend them to anyone and i wish my money was returned back.
We totally loved our tour and tour guide. Leo helped us with our camera settings and assisted so we could all achieve great photos to remember our trip. He was very knowledgeable of the native legends and stories and shared all with us. I would highly recommend. One thing I would recommend you make clear to travelers is whether the tour operates on Page AZ time or reservation time as there was confusion since reservation doesn't follow daylight savings time. We did arrive early and were able to take an earlier tour which allowed us to view rooms within canyon with no other tourist for great shots.
The Upper Antelope Csnyon tour was everything I expected and more Rob, our guide was terrific. It was crowded but I didn’t feel rushed.
Great adventure. Never seen anything like this. Highly recommend taking this tour. Tour guide was very friendly and very informative.
Very interesting location, but organization horrible. There was no exact address on the voucher. Just a google maps reference which I as an internal tourist cannot always use as my cell phone does not work necessarily in the U.S. Starting time was unclear. Once it mentioned to be 1,5h before the tour there, but they opened only at 08:00 while the tour was at 08:45. Wrong values were mentioned. It said USD8 per person for Navajo nation permit fee, but I paid USD10 per person. When I called the telephone number, I could not reach a tour operator. It was something like a travel agency. So, in total ultimately too many intermediators included in this chain: Viator – Travel Agency – Local Tour operator. Overall tour was also more like a rush through the canyon and the guide was more rude than helpful.
The cave is beautiful! Our guide Tina was really nice and took group pictures and showed us specific spots on where to take a picture and how to set the cameras. It is good to see at least once! The tour was expensive, we paid $90 per person for total of about 90 minutes (including additional fees of $10 per person we paid at the meeting spot) and the tour also included the rides to and from the cave.
The Navarro guide and canyon were a great experience. However, there is next to nothing in the way of support finding the place and very minimal assistance once you do find it. There is basically no phone support on four or five different numbers we tried. The toll-free number linked to it was in Chinese. Suggestion is to pick a local company rather than go through a third party on this one.
The views are amazing! It is very easy to access for all ages, easy to walk through without difficulty. Really a must see!! There is only one thing that really is unaccaptable. ViaViator all infor is very clear, also the costs and the cash amount that you have to pay at the site. The wonderful thing is that Viator informs you also via tekstmessages to remind you of it all. The bad thing is, that eventhough you have to pay a cash amount, the organisation at the site, is demanding a 2 dollar extra 'service-fee', on top of the cash amount (which also is a kind of service fee!!). So I am very happy about Viator and of course the wonderful creation of nature that you can see, I am NOT happy about the extra-extra-cost that the organisation on site is charging even more than you have already paid for.
No explanation of geological features and history of this canyon. Guide wants to make tips by helping with shooting photos of group, and even take pics of other groups on tour. Canyon is beautiful but not the tour.
When we got there, we knew we had to pay 8 dollars more per person as an entrance fee to the Navajo place (because it was in the email) but they told us we had to pay 2 more dollars per person as another fee. I told them that was not mentioned in the confirmation email I got and they told me to read a sign they had on the desk that mentioned that we also had to pay 2 dollars extra fee per person, we paid it. The guide and the visit were great but the price of this tour (170 dollars per 2 people) plus 8 more dollars per person plus the 2 dollars extra fee (that was clearly a rip-off) made us think we would never ever book again through this company. It's a 3rd party, you do not even reserve through a company but a 3rd party. Dixie tours work better, they give you free water and it's way more cheap. If you book in advance, do not book through this third party company.
We were disappointed with this trip. The tour operator was Chinese and he charged us extra in addition to the park fees. We attended the 2 pm tour and it was dark in some spots within the canyon. There were too many Chinese visitors and they were completely overshadowing all the pictures.
the place is beautiful, but the guide is to put out in a bad mood, unpleasant we have been treated like cattle. no time to take pictures properly, we had the right to a comment "if you do not follow the band I put you out" and no explanation of the place
We enjoyed the tour itself, but the coordination could have been better. We didnt really recieve much history on the antelopes and we were rushed in and out which minimized our time to take photos. Our tour guide didn't seem very knowledgeable. Organization could have made this experience better.
I was charged an extra $30 at the gate.... they said it was a fee plus Indian reservation fee. And the tour guide was very “ mono” he had no personality nor any type of history as to the background of the canyon.. A complete waste of resources, and the canyon isn’t all that grand for it to cost that much. It is literally about a 5 min walk through, if you don’t stop for pictures!! Over priced!!!should have went to Disneyland!
Too costly, every means to book this trip quotes their own price no standards. No/poor facilities for the price paid. Every tour guide has his own stories about the inner walls. Park entrance is different than mentioned, had to pay dor infants and we were charged more than what was mentioned in the ticket.
I planned my spring break trip to Antelope very late (late March), and cannot find the Upper Antelope Canyon ticket anywhere for decent time (not early in the morning or late in the afternoon). Finally I found Viator had this new agent. They even allowed me to book a tour at 12 during spring break. Initially I thought this could not be true. Since this was on Viator, I still purchased the ticketed,and they send me the confirmation in the next day. In the end, I was so happy to visit the Upper Antelope Canyon last week during spring break at noon time!
The tour was perfect, so many things to see and our tour guide Ryan was very helpful and friendly, he also helped in shooting my best pictures.
We had a 2:00 pm reservation, and were driving up from Flagstaff. The tour operator is very strict about checking in 1.5 hours before the reservation time. We somehow miscalculated how long it would take to arrive, but really it's not necessary to arrive 1.5 hours before the scheduled tour time. The meeting place is in the middle of the nowhere, dusty and dirty with a few portapotties that were gross. No food vendors, nothing. So after we called and pleaded our situation, the supervisor agreed to push back our reservation to 2:40 pm. We arrived at 1:40 pm and still had to beg to be allowed to go on the tour. They said the tour group only allows 10 people at a time, but in our group we had 14 people. Inside the slot canyon, it's very crowded with different groups coming and going. The place is beautiful, out of this world. My problem was with the operator and not the place. I've done this tour with another company, and it was a lot more pleasant, not stressful.
Such a busy attraction, don’t expect to get a tour at the drop of the hat. Booked, booked, booked solid. But so very much worth it. And fantastic tour guides. We were fortunate enough to get both upper and lower AC tours conveniently on the same day. Worked out just great.
My husband and I have been wanting to come here for years and we finally made it happen. This place is truly beautiful Our tour guide was Leo. He was absolutely amazing. He was knowledgeable, super friendly, did not rush us and best of all a great photographer. Book your trip and ask for Leo.
Awesome! Don’t miss antelope upper canyon!! Fantastic photos even with an iPhone. Fabulous guide!! Go there!