Ask for Cindy as your Tour guide, she made my smart phone camera do things I didn't know it could do. I am so thrilled this was the first day of our trip because I am still playing with what she taught me. She knew...More
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Simply beautiful whether upper or lower Antelope. Tours are operated by Navajo tribe who control the area. They will tell you interesting stories and facts about them and nearby areas. Carry water and if you see any sign for Indian fried bread , don't hesitate...More
We visited the lower Canyons on a family trip to the GC area. To begin with this is a totally doable trip from the GC to Page, Az by car. It is actually a pleasant drive through Navajo Nation territory. (On the way also is...More
We booked 12:30pm prime time tour with Adventurous. In the morning, it was raining. So there is no dusting during truck ride. We took ton of pictures and enjoyed everything. Maybe it was rained in the morning, it was not that crowded--so lucky! We took...More
We visited the Upper (in the late afternoon) and the Lower Canyon (in the morning). My personal preference is the Lower Canyon, with it stunning colors and shapes. The Upper Canyon is in the form of an A, meaning small at the top and wide...More
We booked a prime time tour, the canyon is overcrowded, maybe you'll have 10 seconds a view for your own and then the canyon is beautiful, beware wearing contactlenses because it's very dusty, but that makes the sunrays beautiful visible (at prime time- around noon).
I read about Antelope canyon on-line, and it lives up to the hype. Our Navajo Guide Jazz was great and made sure we got all of the great pictures. The only downside is it is VERY crowded. Be prepared to rub shoulders with others while...More
We booked a photo tour with Navajo Antilope Canyon for our family. Our Guide Albert was amazing!!! He showed us where and how to take the most exciting pictures. He was very knowledgeable, polite and funny! Definitely a guide to book again!!