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Lower Antelope Canyon Express Tour

This is the perfect way to experience this natural wonder, save time and peace of mind with round-trip transportation to the canyon! The Express Tour offers a hassle-free experience, starting with a convenient pickup location in the heart of Page Arizona. Enjoy an expedited check-in process and a personable guide who will accompany you throughout the tour. This exclusive tour operates during the magical golden hour, providing the perfect lighting for stunning canyon photos. Sit back as transportation to and from downtown Page, AZ, is included. For those who value their time, the Express Tour is the ultimate choice. When you return, enjoy Page Plaza’s restaurants and shops, or simply cross the street to Upper Antelope Tours and enjoy your next tour! (Be sure to book ahead of time and space your tours appropriately.)

Lower Antelope Express Tour

Booking Times : Every 30 Minutes starting at 7:45am to 4:15
$ 129
Starting At
  • No Children Under 8 (No Car Seats)
  • Native Guided Tour
  • Tour Duration - 2.5 to 3 Hours
New Service

** United States Military & Armed Forces Only Apply For Discount **

** To apply the United States Military/Veteran’s discount please call our office at 928-640-1761. Active and retired members of the United States Armed Forces must provide valid United States Military/Veteran’s identification upon check-in. **


The Express Tour

*Express Tour closed for the season. Please check back in 2024!*

Check availability! Many tour dates and times sellout in advance!

Visitors begin their guided Lower Antelope Canyon tour with a short 10-minute walk from the check-in booth to the entrance of of the canyon. The trail leading to the entrance of Lower Antelope Canyon is composed of Navajo sandstone making the decent to the canyon entrance both rocky and sandy, for our guests’ safety and comfort we advise appropriate shoes be worn.

**Updated Bag Policy 7/13/23 – No bags of any size are permitted on tour through the Lower Antelope Canyon, this new policy helps us monitor for unauthorized weapons and biohazards. Guests are permitted to bring a camera, phone and water bottles or what will fit in standard size pockets.**

***Recommended Local Hotels***

Hampton Inn Lake Powell

294 Sandhill Rd. (928) 645-0075

Baymont by Wyndham

677 Scenic View Rd. (928) 608-5258

FAQ – Shuttle Specific Questions

#1 – Why are Children under 8 not allowed? : Unfortunately the Shuttles are not equipped with Car Seats.

#2 – Do we have to book a room at one of the hotels in order to use the shuttle? :  No.

#3 – Can we come back at on a different shuttle than the one we started with : No! You must stay with your Guide/Shuttle at all times.

#4 – Can we utilize this service on an Upper Antelope Canyon tour? : No. Our Upper Antelope Canyon tours arrive and depart from Tsosie’s Antelope Slot Canyon Tour headquarters at 55 S. Lake Powell Boulevard in downtown Page, Arizona. 

Step directly into your dream photograph with the Antelope Canyon Express Tour

As you begin your 1 – 1.5-hour adventure (all-walking) with Lower Antelope Canyon Tours, your experience will span roughly 1,800 meters (1.1 miles) round trip. Upon descending down five flights of stairs (35 meters) into the largest cavern of the tour, guests’ will begin their majestic ascent through the kaleidoscope of colors naturally provided by the unique creation of Navajo Sandstone, as a result of rain, wind, and erosion. The numerous echelons throughout the canyon consist of eight uniquely built ladders (with handrails) for safety

The Guides are very knowledgeable and will help you to get the most out what ever equipment you are using to photograph the canyon.  They will also take the time to point out all of the angles for each of the unique rock formations such as the “Lion”,  “The Eagle”, “The Wave and the Lady in the Wind”

Some people say that lighting for Lower Antelope is better in the early and late morning however its always possible to get fantastic photos due to the ever changing rock, atmosphere and Lighting conditions.

Lower Antelope Canyon is shaped like a “V” with a narrow pathway that opens up to the sky.  Whereas Upper Antelope Canyon is shaped like an “A” with a wider pathway that narrows as you approach the top of the canyon.

The most difficult portion of this hike is the initial descent into the canyon via five flights of stairs. However the pace is slow so take your time and you should be ok.