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4.6/5 based on 4,800+ reviews on the web
A sacred site for the Navajo, Antelope Canyon includes not one but two slot canyon sections, formed over thousands of years by erosion and flash flooding. While the Navajo call this canyon "the place where water runs through rocks," most tourists come to know the upper section as the Crack, and the lower as the Corkscrew. The Navajo restrict entry to official tours led by authorized guides, who take visitors to spots best suited for photographing the unusual play of light against the steep rock walls. To access certain areas of the canyon, you may have to climb a series of steep stairs, so be sure to wear comfortable hiking shoes. Ensure entry on the day of your visit by booking well in advance. With our online itinerary creator, Page attractions like Antelope Canyon can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • They make nice wavy pattern on the rock, fantastic scenery. It attracts people and visited with a fantastic view from above by. It hardens quickly hardened and surrounding sandstone (Navajo sandstone here) is very fine particles in the water. Over time eroded rocks and chipped into smooth, are thrilled to create various patterns, visit. Until the entrance to the Navajo people, in a jeep took me, as sandstones guided a nice pattern that guides you. Get inside and so forget time. Do not bring many narrow passages and bags will get in the way, so tell me guide.
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  • Overpriced ($ 86), too fast (less than 2 hours including long journeys to arrive), too many people! The tour allows you to bring a tripod and camera and the guide tells you the places to take but it all takes place very quickly through the coming and going of people from other groups and the environment of course narrower. Beautiful the Canyon but I figured as much longer and especially thought the photo tour had greater respect. Recommended? I don't know ... maybe the regular tour (where you can take photos without a tripod) and less spending but is also faster, in the Canyon makes you feel very little. NB: bring the money in Cash! No credit cards accepted! They say that the machine is out of order.
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  • We visited the upper Antelope canyon! Is a wonder of nature, accessible only by a tour guide. Unfortunately it is a extremely busy!
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  • 1st: You must go. 2nd: You must go earlier than everyone else. 3rd: You must go with a Navajo Guide (check Adventurous Canyon Photo Tours and ask for Nate) because they tour you through private slot canyons on reservation land, not accessible to other tourists. It's a surreal and superb experience, and I highly recommend it. And afterwards, look up flash floods in Antelope Canyon. You will be shocked and amazed. =)
  • This is a must see before your die! The slot canyon is very unique and extremely memorable to walk through. I did the upper canyon and I would highly recommend it. Additionally, the tour guides are great and will assist you in taking pictures. You can't find something like this anywhere else. The ride there was a little dusty, but overall, it was a amazing experience.
  • Everyone Raves that it's like the best place to ever be but you can't really concentrate on where you're at because everyone's too busy taking pictures with their cell phones so you just see this huge crowd of people with a cell phone although I did get some really good shots thanks to Jazz The Host tour guide you showed me how to use my phone if I was there alone it would have been way better too bad we can't go in there without a tour guide the riding was fun in their trucks bouncing all around that was worth it $85
  • The actual spot is tremendous, the Navaho experience is solid. The lady taking the fee, may need some customer service training, but she means well. The final destination is unquestionably worth the effort.
  • Glorious. Both upper and lower Antelope Canyon are a must see in Arizona. A bucket list item for sure. Bring your camera and a deep respect for nature. You won't be disappointed.
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