Upper Antelope Canyon & Lower Antelope Tour

Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon Information

So you’ve decided to tour both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon on your upcoming vacation to Northern Arizona. Great! Now, go and find the most patient person you know, and warn them: they’re going to need every ounce of restraint they can muster in order to get through the reservation process with their sanity intact. For starters, they’re going to have to comb through six Antelope Canyon tour websites to find available seats. Then, they’re going to have to go back to square one multiple times when — not if, when — they discover that your desired tour times are sold out. That was then, this is now, and now, you can book both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon tours in one quick, pain-free step! 

Your About to discover why these are two of the most photographed
Canyons in the world!
James F. Adams

Your day of discovery gets off and rolling from Chief Tsosie’s Antelope Slot Canyon Tours in downtown Page, AZ. Aboard super-comfortable luxury touring vehicles, specially modified to handle off-road trekking, you’ll travel down the edge of Manson Mesa to the Navajo Indian Reservation. After a 2-mile trip down a remote dirt road, you arrive at the mouth of Upper Antelope Canyon. As you walk into the chambers of this world-famous slot canyon, you leave behind the noise and heat of the man-made world, and enter the cool, surreal confines of a masterpiece of nature. Formed over aeons by churning flash flood waters and fine grains of sand buffeted by gale force winds, the interior of Upper Antelope Canyon is a kaleidoscope of subtle earth tones, constantly changing in depth and intensity as the sun moves overhead. But at a mere 100 yards in length, Upper Antelope Canyon represents only a small fraction of this complex, multi-faceted geological curiosity. To get a true sense of the powerful and miraculous forces responsible for Antelope Canyon’s formation, you literally have to go deeper, and that’s what you’re about to do next! 

Upon returning to Page, AZ, you’ll receive directions to Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours and phase two of your adventure. Following a short walk to the canyon’s entrance, it’s time to get a bit more physical. A climb down a series of ladders takes you to an underground wonderland of spirals, ledges, arches, and bas relief-like formations that will paint pictures in your imagination. At 600m in length, and with several ladders and small boulders to navigate, Lower Antelope Canyon requires a little more effort to enjoy, but millions of people annually find the experience to be well worth the exercise. Both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon can be a challenging environment for photography, but your Navajo Indian Guides will be there to advise you on how to get the most from your pictures, even from the simplest of cell phone cameras. After your day of exploring is over, you’ll have a more complete appreciation for the intricacy of Antelope Canyon. Want to delve even deeper? Consider adding a boat tour of the waterside of Antelope Canyon to your day’s activities! 

You can book your tours back-to-back, or allow time in between to grab lunch at Antelope Point Marina, do some shopping, or catch a swim or a power nap back at your hotel. Availability permitting, the choice is yours! The option to book both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon tours as a package has never been available before now, and travelers just like you are jumping at the chance to save time and headache. Don’t be left in the dust – book your seats today.  


Operation of one or both tour components is weather permitting and may be contingent on a certain number of passengers traveling 

Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen, and/or protective clothing should be worn

Please wear appropriate shoes for walking

Backpacks and purses not allowed in Upper Antelope Canyon and may be subject to restriction on the boat tour

Carry enough water for each member of your party