Offers tours through Lower Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon where visitors experience narrow slots and ladder access into some of the sandstone carved shoots and holes formed by the force of runoff into the Antelope Wash from the mesas above.
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack; and Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew
$20 ages 13 and older
$12 for kids 7-12
Under 6 free
Cost does not include $8 per person Navajo Permit Fee
Lower Antelope Canyon is part moonscape, part dreamscape, and part living hourglass sands. To see this amazing slot canyon, you need to join a tour group and I highly recommend Ken's Tours!
The guides are very experienced, fun, and not only know the best spots for photo opportunities in a setting where every photo is stunning, they can recommend camera settings to really make your photos pop!
Tours leave Ken's place every 20 minutes. They are one hour and 15 minutes in length, taking visitors through low hanging rock, dips, and narrow passageways. The forces of wind and water carved out the sandstone in this place into surreal forms. You will notice all sorts of familiar shapes in the rocks --- lots of them even have names. Your imagination will conjure up many more. If that doesn't sound exciting enough, visitors scramble down narrow and steep ladders to reach parts of the canyon. They vary from 8-25 feet. There are handrails on those over 8 feet. The canyon is easily accessible going in and out. Our kids are 11 and 14 and they managed just fine on this hike. The youngest child in the group was approximately 5 years old.
Important items to bring along:
- Bottle water
- Comfortable footwear
Flash floods are a danger in the area through out the year, Ken's has an evacuation plan and equipment in place should it be necessary. Always listen to your guide’s advice about when to leave the canyon.
$8 per person= Navajo Permit Fee
$20 per person 13 and older
$12 per person 7-12
6 and under are free
This is a CASH ONLY operation.
Reservations are always recommended but there were walk ons added to our tour. Show up early, the line at the front gate where the Navajo Permit fee is paid can be long and slow!