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Upper Antelope, Lower Antelope, and Antelope Boat Tour

Hike Upper and Lower Antelope, then take a Boat Tour

What’s on your to-do list for your Northern Arizona vacation? The Grand Canyon? That’s a no-brainer. Antelope Canyon? Goes without saying, but which Antelope Canyon? Upper? Lower? Both? Then a boat tour on Lake Powell? Check, check, and check. But do you really relish the prospect of slogging checking availability for tours on up to ten different websites and making three different reservations? Guess what: you don’t have to! You can get all three tours booked in one simple reservation!

Presenting the Antelope Canyon Triple Crown, where you won’t just scratch the surface of Antelope Canyon, you’ll get to know it in all its glory, complexity, and importance to the Glen Canyon ecosystem, in one incredible day of discovery and exploration.

 

Upper Antelope Reviews

Rochester, New York
Rochester, New York
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Made the trip to Page to see Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend and we were not disappointed. We booked a tour in advance and took brand new vehicles to see the Canyon. Our guide Sandra was awesome! She went over everything we needed to know about safety and the best filters for our phones/cameras before we left and she went out of her way to even take photos for us during the tour
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Fayetteville, North Carolina
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On my moms bucket list, was one of the best experiences of our lives. The beauty of this place is spiritual. We had to have gotten the best tour guide available, Nate, he made sure we got the best pictures, he would set our cameras settings and even take the special ones himself. You can tell he loves his job, he had a great energy, patience and love of the canyon.
Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California
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This was the number #1 thing I put on my "to-do" list for Page, AZ. and I wasn't disappointed. I really liked the tour and the guides were great and very helpful.

Lower Antelope Reviews

Orlando, Florida
Orlando, Florida
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Antelope Canyon was on my "list" because of the beautiful walls I've seen in so many pictures. It is located within the Navajo Reservation, so to tour the canyons you have to have a Navajo guide. Ken's Tours was the company we used.
Tucson, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona
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What an amazing experience! We took the 1:30pm tour with Kens tours. Our guide Brandon was awesome. He made the experience even more memorable. He was knowledgable and kind. He took everyone's pictures, helped everyone with the camera settings, pointed out all the right spots and did not rush us at all.
Dallas, Texas
Dallas, Texas
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If you are able to manage metal staircases this is a must see. After descending 6 flights of metal stairs you enter a wonderland. Our tour guide , Lamar Yazzie, was very helpful. He allowed us time to enjoy our surroundings. We did not feel as rushed as we did in the upper canyon. Lamar was also great to help with cameras, cell phones and advice on how to get great pictures.

Antelope Boat Reviews

Lakewood Ranch, Florida
Lakewood Ranch, Florida
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Jared and Candace were our driver and guide. They did a great job. I had no idea what to expect when we left the dock, but this is an amazing tour. We took many pictures and were just amazed at the scenery.
Surprise, Arizona
Surprise, Arizona
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This was a one hour easy paced ride through some of the canyons on Lake Powell.The flat bottom boat took us through some shallow places that a regular boat couldn't reach. We saw beautiful high canyon walls and many kayakers.
Delaware
Delaware
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We thoroughly enjoyed our 1-hour guided pontoon boat trip on Lake Powell, cruising a short distance into Antelope Canyon, with hundreds of feet of clear water below us and dramatic stone canyon walls on either side.The boats are small and stable, with lots of space for taking pictures as you cruise into the canyon. Our guide was fun and interesting (she showed us the pink sand "beach" she used when she grew up, now located at the top of a canyon wall where it no longer touches the water due to lowering lake water levels). The short trip is great for kids and safe for all.
Your adventures consist of:
  • Chief Tsosie’s Upper Antelope Canyon Tour:* travel by safari jeep from Page, AZ, to this classic slot canyon that captivated the world with its walls of spiraling sandstone and soft, ethereal chambers of light
  • Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tour:* both a hike and a scenic tour that delves deeper into this geologic masterpiece formed by rushing flood waters and the scouring of wind-blown sand (participants must be healthy enough to manage several ladders, stairs, and simple bouldering)
  • Antelope Canyon Boat Tour:* an intimate cruise in an open-air tour boat from Antelope Point Marina between gradually narrowing canyon walls, to the location where Antelope Canyon joins with Lake Powell After your tour, you’re welcome to explore the Antelope Point Marina complex, or visit other Page, AZ, area attractions such as Horseshoe Bend, or the Glen Canyon Dam.
When your day’s fun is complete, you’ll come away with a greater understanding of the geology of the Colorado Plateau, and what a miraculous result of the process of erosion that Antelope Canyon truly us. And the best part of it all was that you were able to put it all together in a matter of minutes, instead of hours of tearing your hair out. If you’re like the majority of visitors to the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, and the surrounding National Parks in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah, this vacation might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Don’t miss this chance to get the most of your time in Page, Arizona! Book your space on the Antelope Canyon Triple Crown Tour today.
*Tours may not be conducted in order specified

Book your Upper & Lower Antelope Canyon Hiking with Boat Tour now! 

Tsosie's Upper Location:

Ken's Lower Antelope Location:

Antelope Point Location:

What to Bring:

  • Book this Tour as soon as you plan you visit
  • Bring Government Issued I.D. for Passengers over the Age of 18
  • Bring a Camera or Smartphone. 
  • Summer attire is recommended Apr-Sep. Layered Winter Attire from Oct-Mar annually.
  • Shoes: On the Ground Tour, you will be in sand and walking on steel ladders/stairs. Sneakers or Hiking Boots recommended.