Page: Lower Antelope Canyon Walking Tour with Navajo Guide

Activity provider: VIP Tour Corporation

Page: Lower Antelope Canyon Walking Tour with Navajo Guide

Activity provider: VIP Tour Corporation
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From US$ 88.50 per person

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Follow your local Navajo guide on a walking tour of the remarkable Lower Antelope Canyon. Explore the canyon's incredible. colorful, and naturally-made rock formations, learning about its history.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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Duration 1.5 hours
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  • Feel the wind rush through the canyon's twisting passageways
  • Discover the kaleidoscope of colors created by the unique local sandstone
  • Immerse yourself in one of nature's stunning natural wonders
  • Explore the canyon's vibrant windswept patterns on foot
  • Learn about local Navajo traditions and rich history from your guide
Full description

Explore the naturally-made, colorful labyrinthine pathways of one of the most popular slot canyons in the world: the Lower Antelope Canyon. Follow a local Navajo guide on a walking tour of this canyon, learning about these curious rock formations and the history of the land.

Head straight into the twisting passageways of the canyon, marveling at its brilliant windswept patterns, its colorful towering walls, and winding corridors. Feel the grandeur and the tranquility of your naturally-made surroundings as your local Navajo guide goes into detail about these formations.

Next, descend five flights of stairs down 35 meters and into the largest cavern on this tour. Look up to catch thin slices of the bright blue sky high above you.

Walk back up eight different staircases, trying not to let your jaw drop too low as you see a kaleidoscope of bright colors swirl around you on the surrounding Navajo sandstone. Created by rain, wind, and erosion this sandstone has been shaped and colored into what you now see over years.

Stop to snap incredible photos along your route. After all, it's not every day you're surrounded by such colorful, natural rock formations.

  • Lower Antelope Canyon admission ticket
  • Navajo tour guide
  • Walking tour
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • People with back problems
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

Meet your guide at the activity provider's office at Ken's Tours Lower Antelope Canyon. Your guide will wear a t-shirt with the logo of the antelopecanyontourticket on it.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Face mask or protective covering

Not allowed

  • Selfie sticks
  • Tripods
  • Bags

Know before you go

  • This tour requires about 1.1 miles of walking
  • You will descend 5 flights of stairs (35 meters) then gradually ascend up 8 separate staircases
  • For Antelope Canyon Tour: Pets and Service Animals are not allowed on the tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 450 reviews

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It was awesome, our guide Cedric was highly knowledgeable about the overall area and history. His family is directly form the Navajo reservation area so he brought a lot of great detail to his tour. He also showed us ways to take better pictures as well as taking pictures for the people in his group. Great guy, very down to earth! Such a beautiful area!

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November 8, 2022

Beautiful canyon, with plenty of photo opportunities. It was much longer than expected, but went by very quickly. Past the entry steps (ladders) the trail was easy for most. A few people struggled with some bigger steps and narrow passageways. Not a lot of canyon "history" but you can figure that out on your own, and a lot of people would rather enjoy the sights and sounds than have the constant drone of a tour guide. Just make sure you follow the rules. Especially about when to have your phone out, they're there for your safety (and so you don't drop your phone on the person below).

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November 1, 2022

Antelope Canyon is incredible. Totally touristy though. 30 people always go in "at once", divided into 3 groups of 10 each. There is only a small distance between the groups and so you are always together in the canyon. The groups push themselves through each other. The whole thing consists of taking photos, which of course we also did. However, you could hardly take a picture without having others on it. There were Chinese in our group, which was even worse. Our guide was a boy who only worked there for 3 months, there was no in-depth knowledge of the population or geology etc. it was just a matter of keeping the group together and pointing out special photo motifs. He also eagerly took pictures of us with our cameras. It was still great, but just touristy. Too bad - and the price is very high for it, it's a tourist rip off. Unfortunately common in the aborigine area. Too bad.

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October 30, 2022

Product ID: 408855