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The Guided Sightseers Tour is a wonderful way to experience this awesome natural wonder of Upper Antelope Canyon. Tours starts by boarding a 4×4 truck that transports you comfortably to the mouth of Antelope Canyon. Your Navajo Guide will take you on an easy journey through the canyon stopping in areas that are popular for photos and also sharing the Navajo Cultural stories about the canyon. This tour is very informative, sharing the history and geology of the canyon and lasts about 1 hour in the park. Come with your guide to a spectacular petrified sand dune, created by wind, water and time, presenting a sculptured masterpiece. Nothing can describe this work of Mother Nature and experiencing this beauty will leave you breathless. For more info, availability and pricing on Upper Antelope Canyon tickets, please see below.
Due to heavy demand for tours, Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours only makes future tours slots available 1-2 months in advance. Check back frequently for more available tour dates. We operate on Phoenix, AZ time.
90 minutes roundtrip – 15min shuttle ride down/back, 60min at canyon site
For the safety of all guests, bags must be transparent and viewable to our staff
Pricing change as of January 1, 2023
$92 tour fee + $8 Navajo permit = $100/person total (processing fee and tax not included)
*The 11:40 tour time will be $112 + $8 Navajo permit = $120/person (processing fee and tax not included)
*Groups wanting to stay together, must pay together upon check-in.*
*One payment method per reservation*
*Same pricing for children (including infants) and adults*
*No refunds for missed tours, late check in or if you are dismissed from a tour*
Cameras are welcome but please no tripods, monopods or/and selfie sticks inside the canyon. We no longer offer the 2-hour Photography Tour available in years past.
Carseats are required for children 5 and under. Visitors are required to provide their own carseat or booster seat.
We do not recommend the tour for visitors with limited mobility. The canyon does not have wheelchair access and visitors must be able to complete the hike without assistance and descend 150 stairs to return to the transportation vehicles.
***Antelope Canyon is a sacred site to the Navajo and we expect our guests to treat it as such. Please be respectful of the space and do not do anything to desecrate the Canyon like littering or spreading the ashes of loved ones.
We appreciate your respect and cooperation. Thank you.Book a Tour