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Antelope Canyon - Ligai Si Anii

This slot canyon experience, is run by a local Navajo family on the land they have lived on for generations. This tour gives you the opportunity to explore a beautiful slot canyon while talking to the guide about what life was like growing up in a Navajo family. Learn about the geology, botany, and culture of the area. This is a more intimate and exclusive experience than many of the other options in the area.

Antelope Canyon Valley Tour

Guided Tour to Antelope Canyon Valley – Meet at the front building for a quick introduction, then load onto an offroad vehicle. Your guide will drive to the location while talking about the land and history. Upon arriving at the trailhead, descend into the canyon floor. You will explore a number of slot canyons that are connected to the wash. Guides are part of the family business and have specialized knowledge of the history, geology, botany and cultural heritage of the area.

Ligai Si Anii Canyon

Booking Times : 7:30am, 10:00am 12:30pm & 3:00pm
$ 71
50 +Tax/Fees
Per Person
  • Children 6-12 : $47.30
  • Toddlers 0-5 : Free
  • Native Guided Tour
  • Tour Duration - 2 Hours

Tour Information

  • How long it takes – 1.5-2 hours
  • Less than 10 Miles from Page
  • Difficulty level – Moderate
  • What to bring – close-toed shoes, small backpack, water, snacks, sun protection (hats, sunscreen)
  • Highlights – intimate look at a Navajo family’s life while exploring slot canyons on their family land
  • Price – start $71

Moderate difficulty level. There are stairs, but the canyon and wash are relatively flat. Some uneven footing. Difficulty will be when it’s hot. With all desert hiking, even easy hikes become difficult when under full sun. Important to dress appropriately. Bring lots of water.

Reviews of Tour

Sally Wilson
Sally Wilson
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The great thing about going Ligai Si Anii was the cultural aspect. It was going through with John and hearing about how he used to drive down this road to see his grandfather, what it was like 30 years ago, what it was like to chase sheep over 15 square miles of his family’s land while he was only five years old. We got to learn about what plants were used for medicine, and interactions with other families in the area. Very intimate look at what life would have been like in the late 90s.