Antelope Canyon
Upper Antelope Canyon in the Navajo Reservation, Arizona, USA
Upper Antelope Canyon in the Navajo Reservation, Arizona, USA

Antelope Canyon Tours and Tickets

12,885 reviews

Situated on Navajo land in the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona, Antelope Canyon is one of the most-photographed slot canyons in the United States. Formed by water rushing through the rock over the course of millions of years, this natural wonder has two separate sections—the deep-but-narrow Upper Antelope Canyon (also known as Spiral Rock Arches) and the Lower Antelope Canyon (Hasdeztwazi).

  • Navajo Tribal Park, Page, Arizona, 86040

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What are people saying about Antelope Canyon

Dawn_H, Oct 2023
Antelope Canyon will amaze you!
We appreciated that our guide Antonio was helpful in telling us about Antelope Canyon, where to get good pics and even took pics for us. He was careful for our safety. He was taken with the canyon as we first timers were It was a great experience. There was a man in our group that literally gave me a hand a couple of times when days days anniversary asked angle to move
James_C, Aug 2023
Wonderful Canyon experiences!
Andrea, our tour van driver was most personable, knowledgeable and kind. We enjoyed and appreciated her attention to our safety and comfort as well as imparting much knowledge about the geology, geography and history of the area. The hike through the Antelope Canyon was awe-inspiring. Our Navajo guide, Lilian was very nice, calming and so helpful in aiding us in getting the best photos of our trip. Well worth the cost, time and effort. An easy and leisurely hike.
Cecilia_P, Nov 2023
Antelope Canyon, it is a...
Antelope Canyon, it is a beautiful place to visit !!! Unfortunately the tour is short and expensive.
Martina_R, Nov 2023
Amazing trip
I would recommend this tour to everyone who wants to see Antelope canyon and Horseshoe bend. A full day well spent
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Antelope Canyon tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Antelope Canyon can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Antelope Canyon 2023?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Antelope Canyon costs USD 89.00. Guided Antelope Canyon tours start around USD 89.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:What is the best month to visit Antelope Canyon?
A:The best months to visit Antelope Canyon are the cooler months of April, May, September, or October, or the first half of November—as Arizona’s temperatures can reach sweltering hot levels. If you want to see the canyon’s light beams, they're only visible May through September, but those months bring crowds, too.
Q:What's better Lower or Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:Both areas of Antelope Canyon offer a great experience. Upper Antelope Canyon features the famous light beams that are cool to see and awesome for photographers. On the other hand, Lower Antelope Canyon has narrow passageways and ladders that can be fun, but the walk is harder, too.
Q:How long do you need at Antelope Canyon?
A:Since Antelope Canyon is on Navajo land, you can’t visit without a guide, which means you’ll know exactly the amount of time you’ll need at the canyon when you book a tour. Tours typically cover the Upper or Lower area and take around 1.5 hours, but some run up to three hours.
Q:Are there bathrooms at Antelope Canyon?
A:No, Antelope Canyon itself has no bathrooms at the slot canyon; however, many of the tours provide a restroom or porta potty for you to use before you head to Antelope Canyon. If you’re worried about it, you can check ahead of time with your tour provider to see.
Q:Can you do both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon in one day?
A:Yes, you can see Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon in one day if you’d like. You can fit tours to both areas in as they usually only run around 1–2 hours and the areas are very close to one another. Many travelers who are short on time also see Horseshoe Bend.
Q:Do you need hiking boots for Antelope Canyon?
A:No, you don’t necessarily need hiking boots to visit Antelope Canyon, but you should definitely wear closed-toe shoes, whether that be sturdy boots or walking or hiking shoes. The way into Antelope Canyon is less than a mile (1.6 kilometers) and it moves at a slow pace so all fitness levels can enjoy.