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Antelope Canyon’s fascinating history makes it a unique and popular tourist attraction in the southwestern United States.

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Visit Antelope Canyon

Are you looking for a travel adventure in a location that is vastly different from home? Do you want to have a tour experience that is unique and authentic? If you answered yes to both questions, you should visit Antelope Canyon. The beautiful slot canyon is located in Page, Arizona and offers some of the most breathtaking, photo-friendly views in the world. But there’s more to the Canyon than just its beautiful visuals — here are some exciting facts and figures about Antelope Canyon that will fascinate you.

Did You Know:

  • The Canyon has been accessible by permit only since 1997, when the Navajo Tribe made it into a Navajo Tribal Park — so when you visit Antelope Canyon, your experience is an exclusive one.
  • The Canyon is the most-visited, most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest and one of the most popular tourist destinations you could visit.
  • The Navajo people pause before entering the Canyon as a sign of respect and to put themselves in the right frame of mind.
  • The Canyon is blessed every four years.

Antelope Canyon Facts:

  • Antelope Canyon is located within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation.
  • The Canyon’s beautiful geography was formed by water running through sandstone for hundreds of years.
  • The upper canyon is at around 4,000 feet elevation.
  • The Canyon’s walls rise above the streambed at 120 feet.

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours can help you take the stress out of planning to visit Antelope Canyon by helping you figure out your tour path. What’s more, all of our guides are Navajo tribe members, so you will know that your experience is authentic and that your guide will know all about the Canyon. You also will get a glimpse into Navajo life, culture, and history in a way that you would not if you visited the Canyon independently.

Antelope Canyon History

Antelope Canyon has a history that is rich and unique to itself.

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Antelope Canyon Hotels

There are a number of great hotels to stay at during a traveler’s Antelope Canyon adventure.

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Antelope Canyon Camping

There are a number of great places to camp at while traveling to your Antelope Canyon adventure.

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Antelope Canyon Weather

Antelope Canyon can be enjoyed year-round regardless of the weather.

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Booking details

– We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Cash.

– 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 928-691-0244 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.

Map of Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours