Thank you very much for your review and for joining us at MaxTour on this tour. We were devastated when we found out that the local Navajo government closed Antelope Canyon due to flash flooding, but it probably pales in comparison to the disappointment you felt. We are very sorry you were disappointed with our tour. The canyon did end up flooding that day, doing so much damage that it remained closed through the following day. Flash flood warnings are hard to predict, and there was no rain in the forecast; therefore, the tour went ahead as planned. Closures to certain parts of the tour due to weather are completely out of our control. All tours leaving from different departure points and going to different sections of Antelope Canyon were not able to go inside on this day. As for the cost of your tour, it is calculated from three main aspects: 1. The distance - This tour covers over 600 miles, which creates tremendous gas, vehicle, and driver costs. 2. Agent fees - By booking your tour through a 3rd party, a large percentage of your tour fee isn't even making it to the tour operator. 3. Lower Antelope Canyon Tickets - We only take our guests to the world famous Lower Antelope Canyon, which comes at a higher price than similar tours that take their guests to the cheaper Canyon X. We are sorry you didn't enjoy your lunch. We do get lunch from the top-rated restaurant in the area and our guests are usually very happy to have such a meal from a highly rated mom and pop restaurant. Thanks again for joining us and please take care.