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How to book a tour for Antelope Canyon

By Ryan / January 18, 2019

Antelope Canyon has quickly risen to Top 5 status among the Page, Arizona area’s “must do” activities. An authorized tour guide is required to enter, and advance reservations are an absolute must! Overview To book a tour for Antelope Canyon, you must first decide whether you want to tour Lower or Upper Antelope Canyon. Upper […]

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Antelope Canyon FAQ: Bringing Kids

By Ryan / October 10, 2018

Q. Can we bring our baby and/or pre-K kids with us on our Antelope Canyon tour? A. To coin a phrase, “it’s complicated.” First off, you’ll be limited to touring the “main” branches of Antelope Canyon, namely, Upper Antelope Canyon, Lower Antelope Canyon, and Antelope Canyon X. Even then, parents of non-ambulatory children will want […]

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Page, Arizona Hotel Alternatives

By Ryan / September 26, 2017

Vacations are awesome. Hotels? Not so much. Cramped living quarters, spending a fortune (and gaining weight) eating three meals a day at restaurants, and coming home to a mountain of dirty laundry makes you want to take a vacation from your vacation. Surely, there has to be a better way to go on your upcoming […]

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“Help! Antelope Canyon Tours Are Sold Out…”

By Ryan / April 12, 2017

Check Last Minute Availability A Hidden Wonder no more! Once upon a time, Antelope Canyon was a relatively obscure attraction near Page, Arizona. Known as “the Crack” or “the Corkscrew,” you could go and visit it virtually any time you wanted; chances were good that you’d have it all to yourself. And if you did […]

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Visiting Antelope Canyon From Las Vegas

By Ryan / March 24, 2017

If you’ve come as far as Las Vegas, you’ve come too far not to visit world-famous Antelope Canyon and nearby Horseshoe Bend. While we’d heartily agree with you, we’d be remiss in our duty not to offer you a few words of warning: You’d better like to drive – a lot or You’d better be […]

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Lower Antelope Full Walkthrough Video

By Ryan / September 19, 2015

Wondering if you would have any problems with the stairs and ladders of Lower Antelope? Check out this video of the full walkthough from start to finish. If you just want to skip ahead, the section around 4:00 is probably the hardest section of the canyon.