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Upper Antelope Canyon, Page

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Witness some of the nature's most majestic shapes at Upper Antelope Canyon. The slot canyon is on Navajo land and is part of Navajo Tribal Park. The millennia-long erosion process cut the narrow corridor, giving the cliffs their curvy, flowing shape. While the canyon walls rise to 36 m (120 ft) in places, the pathway is flat and requires no climbing. Sunrays penetrating through the opening creating a visual spectacle. You must use a guide to tour the canyon. Several companies offer guided tours, but this also means that the canyon might be crowded. To visit Upper Antelope Canyon and other attractions in Page, use our Page day trip planning site.
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  • Great experience. Illisa was a great guide. The bus was really cool. And the caves were pretty nice too.  more »
  • Had to cancel our trip due to medical reasons. We did receive our money back and will use this company Tours 4 Fun once the health issues are resolved....a big THANK YOU for your understanding....Ed  more »
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  • Definitely should go just to see it and take your own pictures. It's a very unique place and great experience. If you don't enjoy nature or natural landscapes then this wouldn't interest you.
  • I loved the canyon. Nature did a marvelous things at that place. It's great just look and enjoythe views, or great to take pictures or do photo sessions. The only downsides are price, which grows higher year by year, and amount of people in the canyon at the same time. One 1 hand it's good. Whoever comes even without a reservation can get in and not turned away, but when you are in the canyon you expect to take good pictures for that price you pay, but it's very hard.... Maybe they should come up with solution to take pictures. Other than that, it's a place needs to be seen, Unique place. I'm glad it's owned by native Indians. At least I know our money goes to them, it can help them.

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