Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket

2 hr

E-Ticket

Group Tour

Visit: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040

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.

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Visit: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040

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


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Important Details

Included
  • Viator Brokerage Fee
  • Parking fees
  • Navajo Tour Guide
  • Entry/Admission - Antelope Canyon
  • All Fees and Taxes
Not Included
  • USD3/Person Navajo Tour Guide Gratuity (Paid In Cash)
  • USD8/Person Navajo Nation Permit Fee (Paid In Cash)
  • USD$2/Person Redeem Ticket Service Fee (Paid In Cash)
Departure Point
Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
Additional Info
  • 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
Voucher Requirements

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

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Cancellation Policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Customer Reviews

4.5
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Based on 131 reviews

Reviewed: March 16, 2020

Larry B

Awesome experience and no camera filters are needed to capture the beauty of the rock formations. Our Navajo guide was friendly and helpful and he provided advice on getting the best pictures during our tour. The Upper Antelope Canyon is the ideal choice for its beauty and ease of access compared to the Lower Antelope Canyon.


Reviewed: March 9, 2020

shefalibagwe

We toured the Upper Antelope Canyon with Zack, who was an excellent tour guide. He not only gave us information about the canyon but also his tribe and their beliefs. Before we went in, he helped us adjust our settings on samsung phones, iphones and DSLR cameras so that we're able to take good photos. He also played his flute in the end which was a very nice touch.
Checking in: They ask you to check in at least 1.5 hours earlier. Even though our tour was booked through Viator at noon, we made it a point to get there by 10:30 am and had checked in by 10:40. After that, we ate a snack that we had brought along and relaxed a bit. We were asked to report back to the waiting area by 11:45. It's not unreasonable to check in early, as I'm sure they have to organize their tours based on the number of people that have signed up and it must be harder in the peak seasons. There are no shops here to buy food or water. Although, there is a small town nearby where you could grab something to go. There are portable restrooms available at the check-in site.
The ride- We departed for the canyon from the check-in area at noon and it's about a 10 minute ride in a small 12 seater vehicle. The ride can be a little bumpy but it helped that the seats were very thickly cushioned.
Attire- No bags of any kind are allowed. Whatever can go in your pocket is fine. It does get a chilly in the canyon, so bring a light jacket. We went on a day when it was 75 outside but still a little chilly in the canyon. I brought along my phone, DSLR, GoPro and a waterbottle. The walk itself through the canyon is not strenous, it's all flat but you would need water when the weather is warmer.
The entire tour lasted about 1.5 hours and we were so glad we made the 4.5 hour drive from Las Vegas for this.
This company and community is awesome and I'm really glad they're doing so much to protect and preserve this beautiful place!


Reviewed: March 5, 2020

Helen L

Dale was an awesome guide. He showed us how to use the filters on our phones to capture spectacular views. He was knowledgeable about the area and had great patience. Remember to bring a jacket as it is cool in the canyons.


Reviewed: February 19, 2020

olson.laurel1

The canyon is such a beautiful natural sight in the Lake Powell region. Our guide, Cindy, was amazing - she gave us tips for taking the best photos in the canyon and took couple/ group shots for everyone. This tour was a highlight of our trip to Arizona and we highly recommend this company!


Reviewed: February 13, 2020

Bev P

The canyon is truly amazing! The colours, shapes and sights are unbelievably beautiful. Rosie is an awesome guide, who knows the history of the canyon and area well. She is informative, friendly and humorous. This is a must do adventure!