For many, winter travel is a means of escaping from dark, cold, dreary surroundings in a chilly area of the world to experience something warm, new, and beautiful. Majestic Antelope Canyon, which lies on land belonging to the Navajo Nation in the Page, Arizona area, is one such choice. Many people believe that Antelope Canyon is best to visit in the summertime, but that completely depends on what you want to get out of your experience. Here are just a few of the benefits of visiting Antelope during the off-season, specifically Upper Antelope Canyon.
Many Upper Antelope Canyon winter visitors enjoy the smaller crowds and shorter wait times that the off-season tours bring. If you love outdoor adventure but are not someone who enjoys having a lot of people around you while traveling, you may want to visit the Canyon between October and March. This is also true if you get impatient while waiting in long lines.
No matter what time of year you visit Upper Antelope, you will be able to easily access the Canyon’s entire length, as it is entirely at ground level and requires no climbing. It is also a relatively short Canyon, so families carrying small children or those with disabilities can enjoy a smooth journey while seeing a new and exciting location in the American Southwest.
The Page area experiences warm weather year-round, but the mild conditions that winter brings are very attractive to a variety of visitors. The temperatures tend to range between 40 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the heart of winter, which is a much warmer and more comfortable range than many other geographical regions experience in the wintertime. Snow and other forms of inclement weather are also very unlikely, with the area seeing about two or three rainy days each month during the winter. If you want to take a break from frigid, blustery conditions during your next winter vacation, Upper Antelope is a great destination choice.
Many people do not know that Antelope Canyon produces beautiful changing colors on its walls during the off-season. If you want to see and photograph this beautiful sight, book an Antelope Canyon tour between October and March.
What tour company should you choose to book your off-season tour through? Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours is a great choice if you want to get the most enjoyment and memories possible from your experience. We offer guided Tour to meet the needs of all kinds of visitors. We even have discounted pricing for children ages zero to twelve and require no prepayments to reserve your spot — you can book a tour online and pay when you arrive at check-in. All of our tours are led by authorized Navajo tour guides who understand the Canyon inside and out and can teach you about its importance to the Navajo Nation. To learn more about our company, give us a call at 928-310-9458. To book your tour, visit our tour packages page to browse pricing and package details as well as to reserve your spot.