Are you planning your exciting trip to Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona? Many visitors travel to see Antelope Canyon only or while exploring other desert sites. The Grand Canyon, the Colorado River, Lake Powell, Tower Butte, and Zion National Park are nearby examples. Others visit the Canyon after spending some time in Las Vegas or exploring Horseshoe Bend. Antelope Canyon is a sacred site of the Navajo people, so you will have to book a tour to see all that the site has to offer. You will want to choose the best Antelope Canyon tour company to meet your needs so you can have the best experience possible. Here are some things to consider when choosing a tour operator.
One of the first things to decide is whether you want to visit Upper Antelope Canyon or Lower Antelope Canyon. Different tour companies take visitors through different areas. Both canyons offer their own benefits to nature lovers. Lower Antelope Canyon offers a longer, complicated path that may be exciting if you want an involved hiking tour. The lower slot canyon also tends to be less crowded, as its views are less popular among most tourists.
Upper Antelope Canyon is where you will find its famous summer light beams. Crowds tend to be denser, but traveling its length is easier and tours are shorter. Winter visitors can enjoy changing colors on Upper Antelope’s walls and enjoy cooler weather and fewer crowds. Choose which slot canyon you want to see, and then pick a reputable tour company that offers guided visits of that particular area.
Antelope Canyon sits on land belonging to the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation. It is actually a Navajo Nation park accessible only by permit. Because of its importance to the Navajo people, it is a good idea to choose a Navajo guide who is able to show you all that Antelope Canyon has to offer. Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours is run by longstanding members of the Navajo Nation that know all that there is to know about the Canyon and its history.
If you are traveling to Antelope Canyon with children, look for a tour company that is family friendly. Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours lets children ages zero to 12 visit the Canyon at a discounted rate. You may also want to stick with a tour operator that runs tours of Upper Antelope Canyon since it is easier for visitors of all ages to navigate.
Our Antelope Canyon tours allow you to experience all that Upper Antelope Canyon has to offer while being guided by a member of the Navajo Nation. We operate at the entrance of the Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park and accept payment at check-in. Contact us to book your tour, and prepare to be amazed by all that this Navajo Nation park has to offer.