Best Antelope Canyon Tour

If you are looking for the best tour of Antelope Canyon — the Heart of Arizona and the Soul of the
Navajo Nation — look no further than Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours. Our Antelope Canyon tours include an in-depth, authentic, and exhilarating Upper Antelope experience that you will remember for years to come, and here are just a few of the reasons why.

Tour Packages

Navajo Tour Guides

We run on land belonging to the Begay family, who are longstanding members of the Navajo
community, and our tour guides are members of the Navajo tribe. Dalvin Etsitty is a part of the Begay
family and has been providing tours of the Canyon for more than 20 years. When you book a tour with
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours, you will be preparing for a thorough visit that teaches you about both
the Canyon and Navajo culture in ways that most tours can’t.

Great Tour Packages

The best Antelope Canyon tour should be customized to suit your needs. Antelope Canyon is the most-
visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest, which means that tours should
be accommodating to sightseers and photographers alike. We offer special packages for both kinds of
visitors that include your required park permit fee as part of your package price — saving you time and
providing you with a great deal all at once. We also offer discounted prices for children ages zero to 12,
so your entire family can experience all of the adventure that Antelope has to offer.

No Payment Required for Reservation

A reservation for one of our tours costs nothing on the day you book it — payment is not processed until
check-in time. We also do not require a reservation for tours, though they are recommended; just
remember to arrive one hour before your Antelope Canyon tour if you plan on visiting on a walk-on
basis. That way, you won’t miss out on everything that this natural wonder has to offer.

Make Your Reservation

Get in touch with Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours today to book your best Antelope Canyon tour.

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Booking details

– We accept Visa, Mastercard, Cash and Travelers Checks.

– Reservations are recommended but not required. Visitors must arrive 1 hour prior to their time to reserve their spot.

– For large groups of 20+ people, please contact us at 928.698.3384 to reserve a time for your group that will accommodate your numbers.

– We are located at the entrance to the Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park just 3 miles East of Page, AZ off of Highway 98.