You get to experience the breathtaking scenery of not just one but BOTH views with the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon Tour! We pick up our guests from location provided by the guest then head to your tour right after!
TRIO Upper & Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Tour
Traffic, weather, and other unforeseen circumstances can or may effect tour experience.
There are no accommodations for:
– Person(s) requiring wheelchairs
– Person(s) suffering from claustrophobia
– Person(s) requiring service dogs/animals
*All fees and permits included
- Per Person
Venture and See Both Upper and Lower Sights of the Antelope Canyon and The Horseshoe Bend in Page, AZ
The tour time we offer for both Antelope Canyons are what we call prime time tours for both canyons. Meaning these two tour times are the best times to be in both canyons, for the best lighting, and possibly the light shaft in Upper Antelope Canyon, dependent on Mother Nature.
We pick-up our guests from location provided by the guest. We then head to your Lower Antelope Canyon tour and right after will be your Upper Antelope Canyon tour. Your tour guide will check you in for your tours and wait for you while you enjoy each visit. When your tours have concluded we then make our way to Horseshoe Bend. After you have taken in the amazing views at Horseshoe Bend, we will then head to our last stop of the tour, a nearby scenic view. There, your tour guide will answer any questions and educate you on the area
What to expect while visiting BOTH Antelope Canyons:
-Sandy and rocky walk way.
-Cooler temperatures in both canyons.
-ABSOLUTELY NO BAGS ALLOWED.
-NO tripods, NO monopods, NO GoPros, and NO selfie sticks.
-There will be a knowledgeable Native American tour guide with you at all times.
What to expect for Upper Antelope Canyon:
-The Upper Antelope Canyon hike is approximately 1/4 mile.
-A bumpy ride in the tour truck to Upper Antelope Canyon.
-The tour is now one way traffic in Upper Antelope Canyon.
-Upper Antelope Canyon sits above the riverbed and is shaped like the capital letter “A”, narrow at the top and wide at the bottom.
What to expect for Lower Antelope Canyon:
-The hike is approximately 1.1 miles long, 1800 meters
-When entering the canyon you will hike down 5 flights of stairs, a total of 82 steps.
-You will then exit the canyon at an incline with 8 separate ladders throughout the canyon.
-This tour is not recommended for people who have issues with enclosed spaces, the canyon does have narrow areas.
-Lower Antelope Canyon sits below the riverbed and shaped like a “V”, wide at the top and narrow at the bottom.
What to expect while visiting Horseshoe Bend:
-3/4 mile hike to the edge, 1.5 miles round trip
-Expect a moderate hike
-Expect a 1,000 ft drop looking into the beautiful Colorado river.
8:20am – 8:30am Pick-Up from location
9:15am Lower Antelope Canyon Tour
11:15am Upper Antelope Canyon Tour
1:00pm Horseshoe Bend
12:30pm – 12:40pm Pick-Up from location
1:15pm Lower Antelope Canyon Tour
3:25pm Upper Antelope Canyon Tour
5:15pm Horseshoe Bend