Jump onboard a premium bus and be transported to a magical place: Antelope Canyon!
Antelope Canyon's sculpted sandstone walls offer photo opportunities with a walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. Formed by flash flood waters that rushed into the cracks of the Navajo sandstone along with the power of wind erosion. Daylight beaming through the openings from the top gives off reflections and colors. This changing color show makes this area a popular destination. From the canyon, you will visit an area where the Colorado River makes a 280 degree turn around the Horseshoe bend shape of the rock.
Your Lower Antelope Canyon walking tour begins just outside of the town of Page, overlooking Lake Powell. After meeting your Navajo guide, you walk approximately .25 miles to the lower end of the canyon, where you will enter the canyon by a staircase with support railings. Once in the canyon, you will walk through a narrow sandstone canyon with a few ascents of staircases, moving toward the upper end of the canyon. There are many photo opportunities and your guides will share the history and culture of the area. The walking tour is approximately 75 minutes in duration. Horseshoe Bend Overlook requires you to make a 1.5-mile roundtrip (2.4 km) walk over sand and rocks. You will reach a 1000 foot canyon as you look down upon the mighty Colorado River at the bottom of Glen Canyon.