Antelope Canyon Prime Time, Glen Canyon, Horseshoe Bend 4 Hours Sightseeing Tour
Free shuttle from most hotels in Page. It includes a comfortable air-conditioned van, professional Navajo guide, bottled water, and warm service, which is the most important.
Hotel pick up → Prime Time Antelope Canyon(Upper or Lower) → Horseshose Bend → Glen Canyon Dam Overlook Hiking
There are Antelope Canyons to choose from:
[Option 1: Upper Antelope Canyon]
It is the most frequently visited by tourists and beams of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon are much more common.
[Option 2: Lower Antelope Canyon]
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.
Will be visiting
[Glen Canyon Dam Overlook]
A short hike down a set of rock-carved stairs leads to this viewpoint on the rim of the river & dam.
And [Horseshoe Bend] will drive you back to your hotel to finish this tour.
Lower Canyon Tour: Lower Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Dam Hiking
When giving as a gift, your recipient can choose a date at their convenience during a booking process. Otherwise, you can choose one after checkout and voucher redemption.
- Air-conditioned shuttle bus pick up from Page's hotel
- Bottle of water
- Navajo National Permit Fee and Tax
- Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon tickets, based on your selected
- Professional Navajo guide
- Car seat rental(Upper Antelope Canyon Mandatory Requirements) USD10/piece or bring your own
- Tip suggested, $10 per person
Antelope CanyonUpper or lower Antelope Canyon is based on your preference and choice of option at the time of booking. Navajo Upper Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest, on Navajo land east of Lechee, Arizona. It includes five separate, scenic slot canyon sections on the Navajo Reservation.
Lower Antelope CanyonThe Lower Antelope Canyon, called Hazdistazí, or 'spiral rock arches' by the Navajo, is located several miles from the Upper Antelope Canyon. Prior to the installation of metal stairways, visiting the canyon required climbing pre-installed ladders in certain areas.
Upper Antelope Canyon is called Ts bighnln, 'the place where water runs through rocks' by the Navajo. It is the most frequently visited by tourists because its entrance and entire length are at ground level, requiring no climbing; and because beams of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon are much more common. Beams occur most often in summer, as they require the sun to be high in the sky. Winter colors are more muted.
Horseshoe BendAfter the Upper or Lower Canyon visit, you will go to Horseshoe Bend. It is a horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River, located in the town of Page, Arizona, United States. The hike is about. 6 miles one-way to the overlook. The overlook is about a 1,000 meter drop, looking down onto the Colorado River.
Glen Canyon Dam OverlookA short hike down a set of rock-carved stairs leads to this viewpoint on the rim of the river & dam. This short walk takes you to a viewpoint on the canyon rim high above the Colorado River. It affords an unparalleled view of the river, the canyon, and Glen Canyon Dam. This scenic view provides spectacular vistas of the Colorado River as it flows through Glen Canyon and of Glen Canyon Dam itself. From the parking area, follow the metal handrail down the uneven rock steps.
If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met,
you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.