Dedicate half your day to experiencing the Dine (Navajo) playground. Experience each type of slot canyon—the traditional vibrance of Upper Antelope Canyon, the twist and turns of Rattlesnake Canyon, and open wide space of Owl Canyon.
UPPER ANTELOPE CANYON TOUR
- Primetime Adult Ages 13+
- Regular Adult Ages 13+
- Primetime Child Ages 8-12
- Regular Child Ages 8-12
- *Prime Times have the most sunlight possible in the canyon regardless of weather. Regular Times are the same tour without direct sunlight that lessen the illumination of the canyon.
Explore Upper Antelope Canyon Near Page, Arizona
Experience a fully guided tour into the 8th wonder of the world, Upper Antelope Canyon. This tour will show the natural illuminating sunlight on the canyon walls, while it is changing colors throughout the seasons. Tour 1 allows sightseers to experience the canyon for around 80 minutes in their selected time slot. With the new updated guidelines, Upper Antelope Canyon is a single direction tour. Visitors will now exit with a 15-minute hike, up and over the beautiful canyon. There are 21 steps going up and 112 steps going down.
Closed end shoes are recommended and are required for our 3 private canyons. We discourage skirts and dresses due to the ladders and the terrain. We ask our guests to dress modest because we do accommodate families. Canyons can be up to 10 degrees cooler than the external temperature, so layers are recommended for your comfort. The temperature is usually five to ten degrees cooler, all year around in the canyons. Dress in layers to accommodate changing temperatures.
If it is windy, we do recommend a hat and handkerchief to cover your nose, mouth, and ears. Sand enters the canyon in all directions, so photographers please bring a cover for your camera, a plastic shower cap works best.
1. Cancellation Policy:
If you cancel a tour 72 hours (or more) before the scheduled start of your originally booked tour, then you will get a 94% refund. Between 24 and 72 hours, you will get a 50% refund. Cancellations within 24 hours, no refund will be made. Be patient. From the date we issue the refund, it will take 3-5 business days to post to your account.
2. We operate on Mountain Standard Time
Our company, Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours, DO NOT operate on Daylight Savings Time however the Navajo Nation does acknowledge the time zone. We may be located on the Navajo Nation but we as a business DO NOT operate on DST. We operate on MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME all year round. That is the same time as Phoenix, AZ and Page, AZ. If you find yourself confused, the best thing to do is Google ‘Page, AZ time’ and follow the time listed. You can also turn off the set automatic time zone and set it to ‘Phoenix, AZ’ while you are visiting Page and the surrounding area. Google Maps and the time on your phone will adjust based on your current location so please keep that mind. Once again, we DO NOT operate on Daylight Savings Time.
3. Is your canyon wheelchair accessible and do you allow service animals?
Due to our location, we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs and apologize for this inconvenience. Animals of any kind, (including service animals) are NOT allowed on the parking lot premises or canyon.
4. No Bag Policy
This means no bags of any kind; ie: no back packs, no purses, no fanny packs, no baby carriers, and no water bags. On our multiple canyons tours – we do allow a small bag but it remains in the vehicle while in the canyon. (AACT is not responsible for any kind of theft, stolen property, or any damage)
A portion of the tour is “off road” and can be washboarded and quite bumpy. No Pregnant women are allowed. No wheelchairs. People with back problems, or people who have recently had surgery are advised to not take this tour. You will be walking about one half mile in sandy and rocky terrain. Customers going on this tour accept ALL liability for their own health issues.