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Page: Navajo Canyon Scenic Cruise

1. Page: Navajo Canyon Scenic Cruise

Begin your journey at Wahweap Boat Tours, departing from Lake Powell Resort. Board the tour boat and relax as you navigate the stunning Navajo Canyon. Marvel at the Glen Canyon Dam, the second-largest concrete arch dam in the U.S. Admire the captivating Navajo Sandstone formations with their striking red and burnt orange hues. As you cruise along the 600-foot-high walls of Navajo Canyon, witness the mesmerizing "desert varnish," also known as Navajo Tapestry, decorating the sandstone walls. Take in the striking 50/50 Wall, soaring as high below the water as it does above you. Capture the most picturesque views on Lake Powell with your camera. Enjoy water, coffee, and lemonade, and arrive safely back to the marina.

Page: Lake Powell Cruise with Rainbow Bridge Walking Tour

2. Page: Lake Powell Cruise with Rainbow Bridge Walking Tour

Hop aboard your boat in Page, Arizona, and begin to navigate along Lake Powell's dramatic shoreline, surrounded by a breathtaking red-rock desert. Witness the power of wind and water that sculpted the 290-feet-high and 275-feet-wide Rainbow Bridge. Learn about the cultural history of the region, from Navajo to Ancestral Puebloans. Discover the beautiful Padre Bay and reach the iconic Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Embark on a guided 2-mile hike to Rainbow Bridge for optimum viewing of this landmark. Enjoy a boxed lunch, snacks, water, coffee, and lemonade on board before sailing back to the starting point.

Page: Antelope Canyon Boat Tour with Lake Powell & Glen Dam

3. Page: Antelope Canyon Boat Tour with Lake Powell & Glen Dam

We'll depart early from Page City and head to the exclusive dock just a 15-minute drive away. Our local Navajo guide will provide equipment instructions before taking us on a thrilling boat ride into Lake Powell. As we journey through the stunning red rock formations, shaped over millions of years by the river, enjoy the colorful reflections of sunlight on the rock walls. Our first stop will be at the Glen Canyon Dam, the second-largest man-made lake dam on the Colorado River, where we'll take a close-up look at this impressive feat of human engineering. Next, we'll sail towards Antelope Canyon to take in its breathtaking beauty from the water. You'll have the best angles and positions for capturing unforgettable photos of this natural wonder.

Page: Lake Powell Scenic Dam Cruise

4. Page: Lake Powell Scenic Dam Cruise

Embark on a scenic dam cruise in Page, Arizona, journeying through the serene waters of Wahweap Bay to the awe-inspiring Glen Canyon Dam. As the second-largest concrete arch dam in the United States unfolds before your eyes, immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of this iconic landmark. Throughout the cruise, enjoy complimentary water, coffee, and lemonade, adding a touch of refreshment to your exploration. Experience a blend of relaxation and insightful information, creating a memorable journey through Lake Powell. Capture the essence of nature's beauty with your camera and relish the opportunity to witness the grandeur of Glen Canyon Dam in a setting that promises both tranquility and fascination.

Wahweap: Antelope Canyon Photo Tour by Small Boat

5. Wahweap: Antelope Canyon Photo Tour by Small Boat

Board an open bow boat with limited passenger capacity that allows you to fully take in panoramic views of Antelope Canyon. Set sail and admire the picturesque surroundings. As you make your way through the canyon, look out at the natural rock formations and take some great photos of Glen Canyon, the Glen Canyon Dam, and the breathtaking beauty of Wahweap Bay and Marina. Along the way, your captain will be there to assist you with taking photos and portraits. During the warmer months, you can also take a refreshing swim in the waters of the canyon before you return to the original meeting point.

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What people are saying about Wahweap

Not a good trip. First, the bad. It was 45 degrees outside and 47 degrees inside. Everyone was complaining abut the cold. We asked the captain if there was a heater and that did nothing. The 30 or so vents were blowing cold air the entire trip. The worst was yet to come. We docked, boarded the tram to go up the big hill and the tram got stuck. We had to walk up a very long steep hill in the rain. My 77 year old wife was struggling. Other passengers said they’d send someone down to get her. The golf cart came down and passed right by, leaving us in the rain and thunder. Incredibly poor. We almost had to visit the ER as my wife was not doing well. Just simply poor performance. Seemed very amateur. Having said that the actual tour was good. Very informative. Fun (except the cold). The Captain did a good job narrating.

Our guides we’re entertaining, informative, and attentive! The views were amazing from the boat and navigating through the narrow portions of the waterways have a rare opportunity to see the canyon up close. Short hike to get to the magnificent Rainbow Bridge. Weather was perfect! The snacks were plentiful and the boxed lunch filling. Clean bathroom on board and every seat comfortable. Opportunity to go on top to just take it all in was great!

Excellent! I wasn’t overly excited about a stone arch as I have seen these formations before. This one though is in a class by itself and photos can’t do it justice!

Lovely. Gorgeous. The sky cleared just in time for the tour which made it even better

This is one of the best tours I ever had. The scenery was unbelievable.