Schedule your guided tour today with the Navajo people who call Antelope Canyon home

Tour Availability

Tours depart daily on the top of the hour with the first tour starting at 8:45 am until 4:00 pm MST. (Doors open at 8:00 am and close at 4:00 pm.) Professional Photography Tours are provided daily, running two hours from 11am to 1pm. All tours are subject to availability and weather conditions, and departure times may vary with the season.


Adults: $40 per person. Children ages 0-12 are $20
Professional Photography Tours are $120

Please note that Navajo Parks & Recreation requires a permit to enter the canyon and there is an additional $8/person charge, a fee that is not retained by Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours. Permit fee not required for children 0-7 years old.

Reservations can be made online with our scheduler.  You will be prompted to indicate what type of tour you’ll be taking. If you need to cancel a reservation please notify us by using the original confirmation link in your email so that we can open the time slot for other visitors.

Important Details

Due to regulations, Professional Photo Tours can only last 2 hours. DSLR cameras and tripods required. To avoid overcrowding on these tours no tag-along visitors are permitted.

  • We accept Visa, Mastercard, Cash and Travelers Checks.
  • Reservations are recommended but not required. Visitors must arrive 1 hour prior to their tour time to reserve their spot
  • For large groups of 20+ people, please contact us to reserve a  time for your group that will accommodate your numbers.
  • We are located at the entrance to the Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park just 3 miles East of Page, AZ off of Highway 98.


The Guided Sightseers Tour is a wonderful way to experience this awesome natural wonder of Upper Antelope Canyon. The tour starts by boarding a 4×4 truck that transports you comfortably to the mouth of the Antelope Canyon. Your Navajo Guide will take you on an easy journey through the canyon stopping in areas that are popular for photos and also sharing the Navajo Cultural stories about the canyon. This tour is very informative, sharing the history and geology of the canyon and lasts about 1 hour in the canyon. Come with your guide to a spectacular petrified sand dune, created by wind, water and time, presenting a sculptured masterpiece. Nothing can describe this work of Mother Nature and experiencing this beauty will leave you breathless.


Your Navajo Guide will show you the most popular places in the canyon for unique photo opportunities that you can display on your blog, website, or share with friends. Photography Tours can only be scheduled daily at 11:00AM and the tour last two hours inside Upper Antelope Canyon. The sun reaches its highest point in the sky during these times and brings more light inside the crevices of the canyon. If you are looking for the famous “light shafts”, these only occur in the late Spring, Summer, and the end of September. Be prepared for crowds. The Fall and Spring bring no beams but they do provide different colors on the canyon walls and less crowds of visitors. You and your gear will be transported in 4×4 trucks from the parking lot to the entrance of Upper Antelope Canyon by your Navajo Tour Guide. We advise booking in advance to reserve your spots because seats are limited!