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A sacred site for the Navajo, Antelope Canyon includes not one but two slot canyon sections, formed over thousands of years by erosion and flash flooding. While the Navajo call this canyon "the place where water runs through rocks," most tourists come to know the upper section as the Crack, and the lower as the Corkscrew. The Navajo restrict entry to official tours led by authorized guides, who take visitors to spots best suited for photographing the unusual play of light against the steep rock walls. To access certain areas of the canyon, you may have to climb a series of steep stairs, so be sure to wear comfortable hiking shoes. Ensure entry on the day of your visit by booking well in advance. Using our custom trip planner, Page attractions like Antelope Canyon can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We traveled to the sight on a bumpy, open vehicle. We had a lovely tour of the canyon with a native American tour guide. There were many photo opportunities in the canyon. The tour guide told us...  more »
  • Our guide, Ian, was informative & gracious. He used. our phones to give us incredibly beautiful pictures. Safety protocols were strict (masks on all the time). Tour groups were smaller--6 in ours...  more »
  • Drove 3 hours, currently closed due to COVID-19, please make sure and update your site.
  • One of the most amazing places I've ever been.

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