Photo Tours of the Upper Canyon

Photographers interested in touring Upper Antelope Canyon will enjoy Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours’ Guided Photography Tour.

Tour Packages

Guided Photography Tour

It is no wonder why Antelope Canyon is the most-photographed slot canyon in the American southwest
— its beauty is breathtaking and causes travelers of all kinds to marvel at its natural wonder. As a
photographer, you will find that Antelope Canyon photography is some of the most stunning that you
have ever captured. You can come during the warmer months and experience its magnificent light
beams, or visit in the fall and winter to see its beautiful colors. With such an ever-changing appearance,
no nature photographer will want to miss Antelope Canyon — and the Photo Tours Antelope Canyon
Navajo Tours offers provides you with the type of photography and travel experience you have always
hoped for.

Tour Details

Our two-hour Upper Antelope Canyon photography tours can be scheduled at 11 a.m. MST or 1 p.m.
MST daily. Your tour guide — a member of the Navajo Nation — will take you to the most highly
photographed areas of the canyon by way of a 4×4 truck to capture on your DSLR camera with tripod
—which are required. No tag-along visitors are allowed, and the Canyon must be treated as the sacred
Navajo site that it is at all times. This means that littering, spreading a loved one’s ashes, and other
similar situations are prohibited.

Photo Tours Antelope Canyon Pricing

Your exciting Guided Professional Photography Tour will cost $160. Please keep in mind that this fee
includes tax and your required Navajo Parks & Recreation permit. If you have more questions or are
ready to book your one-of-a-kind tour, get in touch with Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours because space is
limited in these Antelope Canyon photography tour, so make your reservation today.

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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.