Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours provides one-of-a-kind tours of beautiful Upper Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon is made up of two magnificent slot canyons that lie on land belonging to the Navajo Nation, and is a sacred site of the Navajo People as well as a Navajo Tribal Park that can be accessed by permit only. Antelope serves as a symbol of Mother Nature’s gifts and powers, and entering is a spiritual experience akin to entering a cathedral. It is considered a solemn event deserving of respect.
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours operates on land belonging to the Begay family, who are longstanding members of the Navajo Nation. Dalvin Etsitty runs Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours and is a member of the Begay family who has provided Antelope Canyon tours for more than 20 years. He enjoys meeting people from diverse cultures and walks of life as well as introducing them to the Canyon and the Navajo way of life. All of our tour guides are members of the Navajo Nation who are fully authorized to give tours of the Canyon and are able to provide visitors with in-depth information related to the Canyon and Navajo culture.
Upper Antelope and the History of Antelope Canyon
Upper Antelope Canyon, which is also known as “The Crack,” is the most popular of the two slot canyons that make up Antelope Canyon. It is also the most-visited slot canyon in the American Southwest and the most-photographed in the world. The radiant sun beams that shine through its walls in the spring and summer are one of its main claims to fame, while its changing colors in the fall and winter are another mesmerizing sight to be seen. The Upper Canyon’s ease of access and lack of climbing also make it extremely popular with the family set as well as visitors who may require easy travel but still want an exciting experience in nature.
Antelope Canyon was formed over many hundreds of years by water that ran through sandstone, giving it its unique geography. Upper Antelope is called Tsé bighánílíní in Navajo, which can be translated to “The place where water runs through rocks” in English. Antelope Canyon got its name from the belief that Antelopes once grazed along the canyon in the winter.
What Visitors Say
What are visitors saying about their Antelope Canyon, Arizona tour experience with us? Here are just a few testimonials from happy tourists:
“Our experience was marvelous. Frank, our guide, started out by helping all of us change our camera settings so we would get good color shots. He then proceeded to show us exactly what to look for, where to stand and how to get those ‘million dollar pictures.’ I could not have been more satisfied with our experience!” – Ellen K. on Yelp!
“We had a blast visiting the upper canyon, we came about an hour before our tour to check in, which was very quick and efficient.” – Nandez E. on Yelp!
“Loved this tour and our guide! Very knowledgeable, friendly staff.” – Jillyhowes on TripAdvisor
“Our guide was not only knowledge about the history and geology of the canyon but he helped everyone on the tour adjust their Iphones or androids or cameras to take the best pictures possible!” – BackPacker648287 on TripAdvisor
You can find even more reviews on our testimonials page. We are committed to helping visitors have the best tour experience possible so they can go home with happy memories and newfound knowledge that they can cherish for a lifetime.
Whether you are ready to learn more about Antelope Canyon or want to get ready to book your tour, Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours is here to help. Here are some more resources that we have created to help tourists stay informed and get as much enjoyment out of their experience at Antelope Canyon as possible:
You can find even more resources for tourists, such as hotel and weather information, on our tourist resources page. We have also compiled some information on Antelope Canyon’s location as well as some fun facts to get you even more excited for your unique tour experience.
Booking Upper Antelope Canyon Tours
Are you ready to book your tour? Get started today, right here on our website. Please note that we do not take reservations over the phone – everything is completed right here on our user-friendly site. That being said, we always enjoy helping our visitors and potential guests with their questions and concerns. Do you have a question about our company, the Canyon or our guided tours? You can learn how to get in touch with our team on our contact page. The beauty and majesty of Antelope Canyon is only a booking away – secure your reservation today and prepare for your exciting adventure.