Antelope Canyon, one of the most photographed locations in Arizona is an amazing natural wonder. If you want to visit Antelope Canyon, then we’re your huckleberry. This guided tour from Phoenix and Scottsdale will take you across Arizona’s picturesque landscape. You’ll depart the Valley of the Sun and within minutes you’ll be traveling through the Sonoran Desert – the world’s warmest (not hottest) and wettest desert. You’ll see the iconic Saguaro cactus, Ocotillo (the original barbed wire) and myriad other plants.
You’ll skirt the Route 66 town of Flagstaff, a high-elevation mountain town at the base of Arizona’s highest point – the San Francisco peaks. From there you’ll continue north to the Navajo Reservation, including a stop at a historic trading post (try the frybread – we’re not kidding). There is a museum that is a must visit at this stop.
From there we’ll beeline to Page, Arizona. You’ll join a Navajo guide as they take you through the amazing natural formations that make Lower Antelope Canyon famous. Photo opportunities are plentiful, and these will be pictures your family will actually like. Then we’ll head to a local restaurant for a group lunch.
Our next stop will be at Horseshoe Bend. You’ll navigate a 1.5-mile hike to the overlook where you’ll be able get even more pictures of this iconic Arizona landmark. Once done, we’ll head back to Phoenix & Scottsdale.
Duration: Full day. Departs between 4:00am and 5:00am. Returns between 6:30pm and 7:30pm.
Departs: Select Hotels in Phoenix/Scottsdale on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pick up from your hotel is not guaranteed; your guides will communicate with you the day prior to your departure where the pick up location and exact time will be. **Private tours can go on any day.
Includes: Unlimited bottled water, breakfast, lunch, National Recreation Area entrance fees, Lower Antelope Canyon tour fees. Tour does NOT include Upper Antelope Canyon Tour supplement.
Cost: $420/person. Private tours are available for 1-5 guests for $2150 and groups 6-13 - $4200.
Season: This tour is available year round.
Skill level: This tour requires a reasonable level of fitness and includes walking up and down steep stairs, ladders and long stretches of loose sand.
Notes: RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Minimum of 7 guests for this tour to be confirmed, but groups may be combined to fulfill the minimum. Fuel surcharge may apply. Sunscreen and hats are recommended. Don't forget your camera! We offer door-to-door hotel pickup and drop off service from select hotels in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe. Guests staying west of I-17, or in the east valley (Chandler, Mesa, etc), or at private residences will be asked to meet at a nearby pre-determined pickup location.
*To participate in this tour, guests must be able to perform the following movements: For Antelope Canyon – Can you walk on slanted, uneven sandstone and loose sand? Can you climb up and down steep metal ladders/stairs – some with railings? Antelope Canyon is not strenuous but does require agility, balance and grip. For Horseshoe Bend – Visiting this overlook requires a 1.5 mile round trip walk on a dirt path with no shade.
*Additional notes for Antelope Canyon – Service animals are not allowed, purses/backpacks are not allowed, tripods are not allowed, hiking poles are not allowed.
Cancellation Policy: Tours canceled within 7-days of departure will be charged in full. If the Antelope Canyon portion of the day tour is cancelled last minute due to unforeseen weather, only that portion of the tour cost will be refunded ($69/person). We do our best to accommodate for rescheduling based on weather forecasts but must abide by the cancellation policy. Any requested date changes are based on availability and must be requested outside the cancellation policy.
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