Antelope Canyon Reservations

If you are planning on booking an Antelope Canyon reservation, there are some things that you should know before planning your Antelope Canyon Navajo Tour of this beautiful, history-rich slot canyon.

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When to Book

The canyon is a world-famous tourist and photographer destination. It is also the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American southwest. As a result, it can be easy for reservations to fill up quickly for Antelope Canyon Tours. Although walk-ins are accepted each day, it is highly recommended that you book Antelope Canyon tickets weeks or even months in advance to ensure that you can reserve a spot.

Types of Tours

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours offers two kinds of packages for tourists — Guided Sightseers tours and Guided Photographers tours. Sightseers tours are $60 for adults and $30 for children ages 1 to 12, who must be supervised by an adult at all times. Photographers tours are $160, which includes tax and a Navajo Parks & Recreation permit, which is required if you want to make an Antelope Canyon reservation for your photography trip.

What to Expect

Some may think that it will be a challenge to navigate Antelope Canyon, but it is actually a very easy task with help from Antelope Canyon Navajo Tour’s guides. Keep in mind that closed-toed shoes are recommended because most of the canyon’s terrain is made up of sand. If you are a photographer, your tour can only last 2.5 hours and you must use DSLR cameras and tripods. Tagalong visitors are not allowed on the Photographers tours.

Book Your Reservation

Now that you know how to plan for your Antelope Canyon reservation, get in touch with Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours to book your tour.