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Reviewed 26 January 2018

We visited Antelope Canyon on January 23, 2018, and couldn’t have been happier. We had a wonderful tour guide, Neda, whose knowledge of the canyon was exceptional. She was low-key and patient, and was also an expert at adjusting the settings of my husband’s Android cell phone camera which enabled him to capture beautiful photographic moments through the canyon tour. Because of Neda’s experience, she expertly pointed out the most photographic areas in the canyon for the best pictures, meanwhile weaving in the history of the area with an overview of how the canyon was formed. Antelope Canyon is made of Navajo Sandstone, formed millennia ago by rushing waters which smoothed the hard edges into the flowing shapes we see today. Sunbeams of light filter through the crevices in the sandstone, creating shapes and brilliant colors that might elude the naked eye, but can best be observed through the camera’s clarified lens. The resulting photographs are magnificent! All in all, our tour guide Neda was well-informed and a credit to her Navajo roots and to the Navajo Antelope Canyon Tour itself. I would recommend visiting Antelope Canyon in winter because we were able to experience the canyon without having to deal with large crowds, and we had the wonderful Neda, who is the whole package and patience personified!

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Kathleen H
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Reviewed 17 January 2018

As others have said, it's good to get there early. If you don't check in in time, you will be dropped from the tour. The crowd was large, but the tour guides did a great job and creating space between each group. What was amazing was Eddie, our guide, helped us with our phones and told us what settings would result in great pictures. He even helped take a few to make sure we got the sights! Awesome!

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank jenk720
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

We booked through another agency (tours4fun) and they recommend arriving an hour ago for the tour. We were driving from GC and the directions to the meeting point were not clear. ***NO CELL SERVICE*** in that area did not help either. By the time we figured the way we were late but the guys at the front desk were nice enough to let us in. The natural formations are beautiful and our tour guide taught us a few things about iphone shooting in low light. Must visit along with Grand Canyon, Horse shoe bend. We lucked out visiting in the winter (less crowd) and less people in our group as well. There are several horrible stories about the crowd.

Date of experience: December 2017
1  Thank Mydeen Y
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Reviewed 19 December 2017

First of all - there are two canyons at Antelope (ten min drive East of Page, AZ) - Upper and Lower. When you arrive at the crossroads heading towards the Navajo Power generating station (large chimneys the first thing you see as you head into the area) from Page, the left hand turn off Highway 98 down route 222 takes you to the Lower Canyon tours, and the right hand turn at the crossroads takes you to the Upper Antelope canyon tours assembling point. This is the Navajo Tour company that this TripAdvisor entry is for. The lower canyon tours are organised by Ken's Tours and another one whose name I cannot remember, but I can recommend Ken's tour of the lower canyon as I did this in 2015. Of the two canyons I slightly preferred the lower canyon. A little more light seems to get into the lower canyon ironically, and the fact that you have to walk down a steel ladder to get into it makes it feel more dramatic. The Upper Canyon is on ground level - you just walk through the gap in the rock and you're in!
Back to this TA entry - the Antelope Canyon Navajo Tour which is for the Upper Canyon - it is the right hand turn off highway 98. You can see the parking area from the highway. You cannot see the Lower Canyon tour departure points from the highway, they are set further back on the left.
Although you can see the parking lot for the Upper Canyon tour from the highway, to actually reach the Upper Canyon itself you need to board a truck that holds between 8 and 10 people and the guides drive you to the canyon entrance which takes around 7 minutes to arrive at the entrance. It’s a bumpy dusty ride and there are no seatbelts so you need to hold on!
When you arrive you pay the fee (online booking just reserves your space but you have to turn up at least 30 minutes before your slot and pay to guarantee your place on that tour), and they only accept cash so make sure you have some otherwise you’ll need to go to an ATM in nearby Page. Cost wise – this Navajo Upper Canyon tour costs $40 plus a $8 Navajo Nation fee, and Ken’s Lower Canyon tour costs $25 plus the $8 Navajo Nation fee. I guess the Upper Canyon tour costs more because of the truck ride. You can just walk to the Lower Canyon.
For this Upper Canyon tour they call out your name 15 mins before your tour is ready to depart and organize you into groups for each truck. Your tour guide will also be on the truck.
After a bumpy 7ish minute journey across the desert in the truck you join the other trucks and arrive at the Upper Canyon entrance. Yes there will be many tours there before you (unless you get on the first tour of the day – but the light is better around lunchtime obviously) and it is quite busy. I didn’t find this spoil the tour however. I guess I was with a respectful bunch and most of us stayed with our tour guide and followed her instructions as they know how to manage your time through the canyon best. They are also experts at getting the right setting on your cameras (especially phone cameras) to make your photos inside the canyon as good as they can possibly be. The upper canyon is not large and you will spend probably 45 minutes inside it which is enough. The guides know all the best places and angles to get the best photos – make sure you capture ‘The Heart’, ‘The Bear’ and the ‘Arizona Sunrise’ and others. When you come out of the end of the upper canyon you’ll be directed back through it again to meet your truck to take you back to the parking lot. You’ll probably get some more good photos on your way back through, but if you already got great photos from all the angles on your first way through my tip is to try to record a video or ‘time lapse’ on your phone on your way back out of the Canyon.
You have to expect a lot of other people being here, really all the best places to see in the World that are easy to reach are going to be busy. But for most of your photos you’ll be pointing the camera upwards over people’s heads so your only issue is the other people sharing the walking space with you. It really is not much to put up with compared to being inside Antelope Canyon. It is breathtaking!
PS Make sure you also visit Horseshoe Bend while you're in the area, it is just 5 minutes South of Page just off Highway 89.

Date of experience: November 2017
11  Thank sge31
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Reviewed 21 November 2017

Just like others stated, they pack you in there like cattle. Too many people in one place. People are bumping into you but they could not help it, stopping to take selfies why not they paid to be there too. It's a cluster **. Our guide was very new, not really a people person, but very nice. Not trained well. There were about 200 people in here. One way in, one way out. So the people that got to the end, had to come back past the people entering. Sucked. Had I known all this, I would not have gone. I say there's enough pix of it on the internet, leave the place alone and peaceful to preserve it.

Date of experience: October 2017
2  Thank nthemermaid
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