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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 80%Family Travelers
- 78%Business Travelers
- 73%Adventure Travelers
- 72%Local Culture
Member Reviews (26)
- Antelope CanyonMay 15, 2013
Upper Antelope Canyon. To get there, drive towards Antelope Point Marina on Highway 98, but turn right to Antelope Canyon concession instead of left to Marina. Approximately $30 per person. Best time to go is when sun is highest in sky, so the sun rays filter thru the top of the slot. Do NOT go when there is any chance of flash flooding!
- Antelope CanyonMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 1Oct 10, 2012
One of the most photographed slot canyons in the American southwest. It starts off as a little crevice in a dry riverbed but as you climb down the stairs it's a whole other world. Wander through the mile or so of sandstone slot canyon carved from flash flooding.
- Antelope CanyonAug 03, 2012
Antelope Canyon is a set of two beautiful, and otherworldly, slot canyons in the Navajo nation, near Page, AZ. It's a popular site to photograph--I see it on TV ads now and then. Used to be that you could just drive up, pay a small entrance fee and climb down a rickety ladder into the canyons but now, guided tours are pretty much obligatory to enter. (The ladders have been improved too.)
- Antelope CanyonJul 30, 2012
Amazing!!!! A must see if you are going to Page. If you drive in, rather than go through a tour company be prepared to pay for parking and another fee to get in to see the canyon and another fee to take your camera. They only take cash! We found that out after waiting in line for an hour!
- Antelope CanyonMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 2Jul 04, 2012
I think we visited the upper one and it's a beauty. If you take a camera and a tripod you can get some really great shots. Don't miss Horseshoe Bend -one of the most beautiful spots in the world.
- Antelope CanyonJul 04, 2012
Go to the "LOWER"
Great hike , very easy , amazing experience, prepare your camera for shocking pictures. If you want to make the ture yourself (without waiting for the next guided tour) you can ask for the "Photographers pass" , to get it you have to show them your SLR Camera , and a Tripod ... this will give you the option to hang in the canyon for 2 hours with no waiting time !
- Antelope CanyonJul 04, 2012
After spending the Labor Day weekend on Lake Powell we decided to take the Antelope Canyon Tour. It was the best decision we made. The tour was awesome. Our tour guide grabbed my camera and took most of the pics for me. I didn't mind. The pictures turned out really good. Please check out the Antelope Canyon if you are in Page, Arizona.
- Antelope CanyonJul 03, 2012
Beautiful slot canyon, best seen with the midday sun streaking from above. It was crowded with photographers when we visited, but people were polite enough to set up their tripods behind the various bends so that everyone got a good shot of the canyon, as if it was deserted.