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icon45 minutes to 1 hour  (approx.)
iconOffered in: English


Explore the sandstone slopes of Lower Antelope Canyon, sometimes referred to as Corkscrew Canyon, with this guided tour. Your professional guide will take you and a small group of fellow explorers out to the orange-hued canyon, where you'll have around 45 minutes to walk around and take pictures as you learn about the canyon's geological history.
  • Visit Antelope Canyon with a professional guide
  • Entry fees are included in the price of the tour
  • Choose from morning or afternoon departures
  • Group sizes capped at just 10 participants
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Lower Antelope Canyon admission
Navajo Tax and Permit Fee
All personal expenses and meals
Service fee for tour guide(recommend min. $5.00/person)
Ken's Tours Lower Antelope Canyon , Indian Rte 222, Page, AZ 86040, USA
This activity will end right where it started.
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Infant seats available
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Warning: When the temperature reaches 110°F (43°C), Antelope Canyon will probably be closed, for your safety, due to excessive heat. During July and August, this can happen as early as 11AM each day.
  • There are steel ladders anchored into the canyon walls. The ladders vary from 3 ft. to 25 ft. being the longest. Ladders over 8 ft. have handrails in place. The canyon is easily accessible going in and out. There are escape rope ladders placed on top of the canyon, in metal boxes, for any type of emergencies.
  • No bags & backpacks (including fanny packs, hydration bags and purses)
  • No tripods, monopods, selfie-sticks, camera bags
  • No GoPros, Action cameras or camcorders (no filming inside the canyon)
  • No open-toed shoes, sandals or high heels (proper clothing required)
  • No umbrellas
  • No firearms or weapons
  • No drones allowed
  • No Smoking (inside building or canyon)
  • Cremation spreading is not allowed in Navajo Nation Tribal Parks
  • NO REFUNDS once the booking is confirmed. Refunds will not be issued for “no-shows” and being late. Regretfully, illness, fear of COVID, forgotten reservations, misjudging travel times, traffic, and other emergencies do not affect this strict policy. We're sorry!
  • Local office will abide by CDC and Navajo Department of Health guidelines. Failure to adhere to guidelines set forth will result in forfeiting your Tour and removal from the premises. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN IN THIS SITUATION!
  • Masks required. No mask, no tour and no refund.
  • All times on this tour page and confirmations are in ARIZONA TIME (Summer time: Same time as Pacific Time; Winter time Same time as Mountain Time. - No Daylight Saving Time - Not Utah Time - Not Navajo Nation Time). Because the Utah State Line is less than 7 miles away, cell phone towers from Utah (and the surrounding Navajo Nation) often will be the wrong time! Do yourself a favor and do like the locals do: Manually set your cell phone to PHOENIX, AZ time.
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • OPERATED BY TakeYourTrip
This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Is hotel pickup included in the Lower Antelope Canyon Admission Ticket?
A:Hotel pickup is not included in this admission ticket. You will need to make your own way to the departure point located just a few minutes outside of Page, AZ, on HWY 98.
Oct 2021
What is there to see at Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:Lower Antelope Canyon is narrower and is nicknamed Corkscrew Canyon due to the steep, narrow stairs used for access. It is mostly V-shaped, with some A-shaped and parallel canyon walls. There is great lighting all day and year-round.
Oct 2021
How strenuous is Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:The unique terrain of Antelope Canyon guided tour requires guests to be able to climb moderate stairs with minimal assistance. Guests should have a moderate physical fitness level.
Oct 2021
How much walking is involved in Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:There is approximately 1,335 feet that you can travel inside Lower Antelope Canyon.
Oct 2021
Are there restrooms available in Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:There are no restrooms at the Canyon. You may use the restroom at the meeting location before and after your visit.
Oct 2021
Are there any additional fees for the Lower Antelope Canyon Admission Ticket?
A:The admission ticket does not include the tour guide service fee of USD $5 per person, which must be paid in cash upon arrival. (Price subject to change)
Oct 2021
Can I bring a purse or backpack with me into Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:You can only bring a small personal bag into the Canyon, so make sure that you have one and can fit all of your belongings inside of it.
Oct 2021
What should I wear to visit Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:Consider wearing a hat and sunscreen as well as dressing in layers with long sleeves. Boots or other sturdy closed-toed shoes are your best choices for footwear, as you will be exploring an outdoor environment that consists of sand, dirt, and dust.
Oct 2021
What should I bring with me to Lower Antelope Canyon?
A:Bring sunglasses, SPF sunscreen, and a hat or bandana to protect your head and eyes from the sun and sand. Do not forget to pack your camera and any needed gear so you can get some breathtaking shots of the Canyon's amazing lighting.
Oct 2021
What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Lower Antelope Canyon Tour?
A:The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
See all safety measures taken by Lower Antelope Canyon Tour.
What is the social distancing policy during Lower Antelope Canyon Tour?
A:The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
See all safety measures taken by Lower Antelope Canyon Tour.
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Lower Antelope Canyon Tour?
A:The policy on staff health & safety is:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
See all safety measures taken by Lower Antelope Canyon Tour.

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Once upon a time in Antelope!!!
, May 2022
Amazing view and well kept the jewel. The guide was excellent and knew what he was doing. Thanks to him and your company.
Dishonest pricing
, May 2022
Booked online for $96, but when we arrived we realized the ticket sold at the entrance was only $61. The staff there was unwilling to help dealing with refund.
icon Response from Host , May 2022
Thanks for your feedback. We understand your feedback regarding the pricing. As the Antelope Canyon is quite popular, the tickets get sold out quickly days before you travel. We pre-arranged the tickets and the additional cost was applied. Also this is the same price we sell to all of our customers.
Great place, not a great tour
, May 2022
The "Lower Antelope Canyon Tour" was great and our guide was excellent, but the guide behind us kept aggressively rushing us . We were waiting for our guide to take photos, and we certainly were not lingering. The tour is far too expensive to be rushed and add unnecessary pressure. So long story made short, absolutely go on a Lower Antelope Canyon Tour, but just don't use Ken's Tours. (we were G2 on May 15, 2022 at 3pm)
icon Response from Host , May 2022
Sorry about your feelings. We will forward your feedback regarding the guide behind your group to the relevant person in charge and improve the visiting procedure in future.
Fun and soAmazing
, May 2022
Just being Inside the canyon and the tour guide was so nice …. The view is so Amazing. The experience is so memorable
, May 2022
Dillia our giude was amazing! He showed us how to chage iPhoe settings for having stuning photos. He also showed us the best places for taking shots.
A remarkable adventure
, May 2022
Four friends traveled to Page, AZ to tour the lower antelope canyon in early may. It was worth the price of our 10-day trip from the east coast. Recommend going early in the day to avoid the heat. A remarkable adventure!
There is no such thing as...
, May 2022
There is no such thing as a bad photo of this gorgeous place! The operation is a bit unorganized, but the tour and the guide Brian were excellent.
, May 2022
It was absolutely breathtaking. Our tour guide, Ana, was fantastic. She was so passionate about the canyon and about her heritage. She had a lot of interesting information. She also took several pictures of us together that are priceless.
They still require mask...
, Apr 2022
Although the tour and guide was great, it was unfortunate that they still require mask and were so strict about it. This was more than a week after airlines no longer require mask and the entire tour is outside, but they still require to wear it even when walking around the parking lot outside in the heat. This makes no sense and made it difficult to fully enjoy the experience. They should realize that and stop this nonsense.
icon Response from Host , Apr 2022
Sorry about your feelings. Currently the masks are still required in Navajo Nation. It is a common rule to all the visitors. This is clearly stated on the product page as well. We also hope this policy could be changed in future.
Zach on tour guide was...
, Apr 2022
Zach on tour guide was amazing and his photo tits are spot on! We took the most beautiful photos thanks to his help!

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