Tours By Alley Keosheyan / September 1, 2017 Book Antelope Canyon Boat Tour You wouldn’t to go Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower; or visit San Francisco without driving over the Golden Gate Bridge. Take a trip to London without seeing Big Ben? What would be the point? So why would you go to Page, Arizona and leave Lake Powell off your agenda? If you thought it was because a Lake Powell boat would eat up the better part of a day, think again! On Antelope Points Boat Tours, you’ll get an in-depth, close-up view of the attraction that first put Page, AZ on the map, without making a big dent in any of your vacation days. Lake Powell is the second-largest man-made lake in the United States, and one of the American Southwest’s most iconic and controversial waterways. Your Coast Guard Certified tour boat captain will transport you in safety and comfort amid stunning natural scenery and historic man-made landmarks, including The waterside of Antelope Canyon, a tributary of the Colorado River whose landside is world-famous for its slot canyons Antelope Point Marina with its floating Restaurant In just 1 hour you can see all that, and be back on shore in plenty of time to do more sightseeing, including the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, slot canyon tours, airplane tours, helicopter flights, or one of several easy but scenic hikes in the area. Space is limited, so book your seats today! Book Antelope Canyon Boat Tour Tour runs April 1st – October 31st with departures at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM Mountain Standard Time. Operation of tours may be contingent on favorable weather conditions and a minimum of 15 passengers.Coffee, lemonade and water are provided on the tour boat. You are welcome to bring a reasonable amount of your own food or preferred beverages with you. *Tour length may vary depending on Lake Powell’s water level. Check-in is required at the Antelope Point Marina Boat Tour Desk (in the main lobby of the hotel) 30 minutes prior to departure. Allow 30 minutes to travel from Page to Antelope Point Marina and 30 minutes to travel back to town. Antelope Point Marina is located within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, which is a Federal Fee Area.