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Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Tour
Departs Mondays 6:00 am
Returns 8:00 pm
$410.00 per person. Across Arizona Tours reserves the right to require a minimum number of passengers in order to conduct this tour.
Children ages 6 and up only. No children under 6 years of age. No exceptions.
You must be able to walk to both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend and to navigate a long stairway. Please see the Rules and Regulations below.
Call to reserve 602.233.1813

Antelope Canyon

Shaped by millions of years of water and wind erosion, the magnificent Antelope Canyon was named for the herds of pronghorn antelope that once roamed the area. The Upper Antelope Canyon tour is the more popular route because more sunlight enters the canyon and the walls reach up to 120 feet.

Guided Tour to Upper Antelope Canyon – Chief Tsosie’s guides know all the hot spots and they will guide you through an amazing natural wonder of Antelope Canyon. They will provide you with the secret knowledge of photographing the beams and dance with the sand.  This tour is a photographic extravaganza. It is lead by our guides with precision and experience. The richness of color in the afternoon is breathtaking. Calming and still, the canyon becomes clear of other adventures.   There is a good chance that you will have parts of the canyon all to yourself.  It is a time to pause for reflection in a spiritual wonderland, let the quiet and color soak into your bone marrow, and take a bit of the canyon into your heart.

Here is information about the Antelope Canyon tour, and their Rules and Regulations.

1. There is a walk from the bus at Antelope Canyon to the entrance of about 50 feet.
2. The flooring in the Canyon is uneven, unpredictable and sandy, like beach sand.
3. There are grated metal staircases that must be navigated. The staircase going up is 17 steps and inclines up to 150 feet, and has railings.
4. The staircase going down is 111 steps and has railings.
5. There is no shade on this tour.
6. No children under 6 years of age. No car seats allowed.
7. No backpacks, fanny packs, handbags, nor hydration packs allowed in in the Canyon itself. Bottled water is allowed.
8. There are no restrooms in the Canyon. We will give you time to use the restrooms before and after the Canyon tour.
9. No tripods, monopods, or selfie-sticks allowed.
10. No pets allowed.
11. Wheelchairs are not accessible.

Horseshoe Bend

Located 5 miles south of the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States, the superb, geologic marvel of scenic Horseshoe Bend is a view through time itself. The horseshoe-shaped entrenched meander was carved through the picturesque Navajo Sandstone by the mighty Colorado River over the course of 5 million years as the region began to uplift. This had the effect of trapping the Colorado River in its bed. The river rapidly cut downward to produce Horseshoe Bend as we view it today.

The hike to this majestic formation is a bout .6 miles one-way (about 1.5 miles round trip) to the overlook. Once there, you will take in the panoramic wonder of the 1,000 foot drop to the turquoise river waters flowing below. Make sure your cameras are charged and ready, as to not miss the perfect shot of this natural phenomenon.                                    

Call to reserve 602.233.1813

Tour Schedule & Pricing
Call (888) 533-1813 to speak with one of our Arizona tour experts to reserve this tour.
Departs Mondays
  • Departs: 6:00 am
  • Returns: 8:00 pm
  • Adult: $410.00
  • Child (age 6-12): $410.00
Pricing does not include meals. Admissions to this tour's attractions are included in the price.

Across Arizona Tours, LLC is not responsible for viewing conditions at the sites visited and reserves the right to alter tour itineraries due to road or weather conditions. We reserve the right to require a minimum number of passengers and may cancel or use an alternate vehicle if minimum is not met.
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