Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon
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 Tickets 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 Get To 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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Address: Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Book Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park And Antelope Canyon Tickets And Tours
Your daylong expedition starts at the Grand Canyon Airport with a 1-hour plane flight over the Grand Canyon's East Rim, the Colorado River and Lake Powell. You can choose to fill up with a nourishing complimentary breakfast after the flight from the Grand Canyon to Page, Arizona.
After soaking up Antelope Canyon geological wonders, meet your river guide and drive through a 2-mile (3.2 km) tunnel to reach the starting point for your rafting trip. Receive a picnic-style lunch in a souvenir soft-sided cooler bag you can take with you after the tour. Once you refuel, board your motorized raft to float 15.5 miles (25 km) along the Colorado River through Glen Canyon as your guide talks about the history and geology of the area.
Leave the bright lights of Sin City behind for a private 2-day tour of Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Zion National Park. You'll stop at some of the most popular Southwest attractions such as the Big Water Dinosaur Center and the Glen Canyon Dam. Enjoy expert commentary from your private guide, meals per itinerary and 3-star hotel accommodations.This package is exclusive to Viator and cannot be booked anywhere else!
Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and the Grand Staircase on a 20-minute morning or afternoon round-trip helicopter flight from Page, Arizona. Land atop Tower Butte, a stunning rock formation on Navajo Indian land, for panoramic views of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Learn about Navajo history and culture, and capture amazing photos of the rugged, colorful landscape before returning to Page. This small-group tour is limited to six people for a more intimate experience.
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Brent was our guide on this lovely tour! I had no idea this was a guided tour thing until we arrived to take this adventures and boy I am glad we booked with them and got Brent. he sure made it worth it. He knew every spot to stop and sure made it fun! If you're lucky to get him then it's a good day. I Think if I were to do this again I'd go for the upper tours instead of the lower ( being a photographer) and definitely shoot for morning times as they are less crowded. Kens tours definitely has the most reasonable pricing off all the options you have for the lower tours
Alfredo was our tour guide and he was refreshingly amazing!!! Very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful with taking photos. The whole experience was incredible! I highly recommend Ken’s Tours!
Great tour! We had considered the other tours but decided upon Ken's lower antelope tour and were not disappointed! The tours are very well organized despite the thousands of people that visit in the summer. There is a wait, but it's less torturous than some of the waits we endured at Yosemite trying to visit the falls. We had a great tour guide who gave us a lot of great information, helped take photos of the group (he initiated without us even having to apologetically ask), and he made sure everyone was in good health in the extreme heat - providing cold water to folks who needed it. There were a few scary steps we had to walk down at the beginning, but it was well worth it! Would highly recommend.
Dale gives an awesome tour and makes sure you get the perfect pictures also gives good history lesson. I strongly recommend him
Opted for Ken's Tour after looking at a the other tours and glad we did. Tour guide was Lydell and he was fantastic. He provided a great explanation throughout the tour and took the time to set up some incredible photos for our group. The canyon was busy, which is the norm I guess, but he managed to make sure we had the opportunity to see all the canyon had to offer. Well worth the time .
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