Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon

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  • Address: Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040, United States
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9286982808
  • Ticket Price: 8 USD
  • Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, View Point, Family And Kids, Canyon, Nature

About Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon, Page

Get a map of the park before you begin to explore. There are five major things to explore: the upper and lower Antelope Canyon, and the upper and lower east waterholes.

The Antelope canyon is what everyone comes to see, a narrow slot canyon carved through Navajo sandstone by millions of ears of water erosion. It's thought that once upon a time, herds of pronghorn galloped through the canyon, hence its name. We've known of it ever since we came in contact with the Navajo people, who held the canyon in mystic regard. There's something temple-like and surreal about it. Also pretty are the waterhole canyons, which are pretty and delicate looking red sandstone formations of a similar nature. They both have two parts, upper and lower, and can only be visited by guided tour, and only for 2 hours each.

Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon Information

  • To access areas in the Navajo Nation, you MUST get a camping, hiking or back-country permit from the Fish and Wildlife department. This is not included in the Entrance Fee.
  • Flash flooding can cause the canyon to be closed for several months at a time.
  • Tour guides must be reserved well in advance.

Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon Ticket Prices

  • Free for 7 and under.
  • Navajo Nation Backcountry Permit: $12 per person/day.
  • Photography may requires special use permit. Check attraction website.

Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon Opening and Closing Hours

Entrance Fee Station:

  • Late March–November 1: 8:00am–5:00pm
  • November 2–early March: 9:00am–3:00pm

How To reach Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon by Public Transport

  • Drive to the entrance. Then you have to take tour guides.

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  • 95% of people who visit Page include Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon in their plan

  • 61.62% of people start their Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon

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Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon, Page Reviews

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  • Best experience ever! We didn’t reserve a tour in advance and the other ones I found online from other providers were all booked. The evening before we made a reservation for 2 people at 9:30am. Everything was very organised, we were in a tour group of 10 and our guide was incredibly nice. He showed us some good spots for taking photos and could answer all of our questions. He was not rushing us through but took time to explain the history of the Navajos and the Canyon to us. Would highly recommend it!

  • This place was recommended to us by our hotel. Our tour guide was Jason he was very knowledgeable and even gave us direction on our camera filters to get the best pictures with the lighting. The tour is about three quarters of a mile and one hour long. They have a small shop inside and restrooms outside. There are some canyons you can explore with just the purchase of a permit for $12 however if your visiting I highly recommend paying for the lower canyon tour it is unlike anything else we saw in the Page,AZ area. Thank you Ken’s tours.

  • The canyon was beautiful and January was a great time to go, not crowded at all. Our tour guide was very nice but would have liked to hear more history and beliefs about the Navajo in regards to the canyon. He had a lot of great facts about the formations in the canyon and gave us tips on camera swings but the history we had to kind of question out of him. Because it wasn't crowded, we got to spend a lot of time in the canyon.

  • Had a fantastic visit to Antelope Canyon. Tour was well organized and informative. Well worth the cost. They provided tips on capturing the best photos. Nice gift shop for souvenirs.

  • Prices are the same at the guides for lower antelope canyon. However the walk through the canyon was spectacular and we received a lot information, also the reason for the guided tours (incidents of tourists). Prices are very high this time (50$/person over 13 y/o for 1h Tour), prices even doubled as seen on posts from 2016, 2 stars only because of the ridiculous price to see Nature.

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