Upward view of Antelope Canyon

Are you planning to visit Upper Antelope Canyon? You’ve made a great choice. This beautiful slot canyon— located near Page, Arizona, Horseshoe Bend, the Grand Canyon, and beautiful Lake Powell— is the most-visited in the American Southwest, offering photo opportunities and other memorable experiences. Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours offers great tour options for visitors to Upper Antelope Canyon. Read on to learn how to book a tour with us.

Why You Need a Tour

A tour guide is mandatory to visit Upper Antelope Canyon. Antelope is a blessed site of the Navajo Nation and is an official tribal park that may only be entered with a permit. We are a proud tour operator that offers the best antelope canyon tour, with knowledgeable Navajo guides who can show you all that Antelope has to offer— and all our tour options include your permit fee in the price.

Upper Antelope Canyon is a great choice for touring. Its entrance and length are at ground level and the journey is short. Kids, seniors, and others in need of easy exploration can enjoy its route while still having a true outdoor adventure. Upper Antelope also features the Canyon’s beautiful famous sunbeams.

Booking Information

It’s easy to book your tour with Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours. You can get started by visiting our tour packages page. There, you can learn about our Guided Sightseers Tour. Most travelers enjoy tours that are booked in advance, please check-in on time, but we also accept walk-in visitors. We also don’t require prepayment to reserve your tour. Kids are allowed on our guided tours—behavior requirements and what you can bring are on our tour packages page.

If you are not sure when you should visit, consider the type of experience you want to have. If you want to see the bright summer lights, visit between mid-March and early October between 11 am and 1:30 pm on a sunny day. If cooler weather, less crowding, or a unique experience sound enticing, consider booking during the off-season when you can see beautiful changing lights on the Canyon walls. We accept reservations up to five months in advance, so keep that in mind when planning your adventure.

More Resources

Are you looking for more information about touring Upper Antelope? Here are some resources from Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours to help you plan your journey:

If you have any questions that aren’t answered here, you can always give us a call. We are always happy to help.

Book Antelope Canyon Tour Packages

Now that you have learned all about working with us to reserve your Upper Antelope Canyon tour, it is time to get started. Contact us online to book your tour experience and get ready for your one-of-a-kind adventure.