Are you planning to visit Antelope Canyon and are wondering if a trip there is within your budget? Do you have other questions about pricing at the Canyon? Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours has a visitor-friendly pricing structure that most adventurers will find very appealing. Read on for answers to some of your most pressing price-related questions about touring Upper Antelope Canyon.
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours offers what is called the Guided Sightseers Tour package. Adults pay $80 to visit the world-famous Upper Antelope Canyon, with all required tax fees and the required Navajo Parks and Recreation permit fee included in the overall package price. Some tour operators do not include the park permit fee, so Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours is the way to go for the budget-conscious and adventurous traveler.
Antelope Canyon is a sacred site of the Navajo people, whose land it lays on near Page, Arizona. It was protected as a Navajo Tribal Park in 1997 to preserve its sanctity and protect its natural beauty. This means two things: 1) visitors must be accompanied by an authorized tour guide to enter its walls, and 2) travelers must pay for and possess a park permit to explore the Canyon. Access is forbidden under all other circumstances, and special care must be taken within its walls.
Many people ask if Antelope Canyon is kid friendly, and we are! We offer a discount on our Sightseers’ Guided Tours for children ages zero to 12, meaning families only pay $50 per child. The upper canyon is a great travel destination for young children, as treacherous travel is not required and the entire length of the Canyon is fairly short. Please keep in mind that restrooms are not available on-site, so you will need to make arrangements accordingly before your tour.
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours only offers tour reservations through its website, www.navajotours.com, to maintain safety and security for us and our customers. We also do not accept pre-payments online, which helps keep your payment information safe and allows you not to worry about payment until you arrive for your tour. We even offer last minute Antelope Canyon tours if you are unsure of when you will be visiting.
Please note that there will be times where you find fraudulent websites claiming to sell tickets for our guided Upper Antelope Canyon tours. These are scam operations, and we will unfortunately be unable to accept any tickets purchased through these companies. Keep your financial information safe and avoid disrupted plans by staying away from any third-party websites claiming to sell Antelope Canyon Navajo Tour tickets.
Are you ready to enjoy Upper Antelope Canyon while being guided by Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours’ friendly tour guides, who are members of the Navajo Nation and know all there is to know about Antelope Canyon? Browse our Antelope Canyon Reservation system online to get started.