top of page

Lower Antelope Canyon Tour
Admission Ticket: $89 Per Adult (4 years old and up)

                                                    $10 per infant (0-3 years old) 

Experience the wonders of Lower Antelope Canyon! with our admission ticket, granting you access to the world's most famous slot canyon. This photographer's paradise offers an intimate exploration of the water-carved sandstone walls, guided by knowledgeable Navajo guides.

 

Antelope Canyon stands as one of nature's most breathtaking marvels, sculpted over time by the forces of water and wind.

 

Lower Antelope Canyon, in particular, beckons with its winding canyon walls, vivid colors, and unique formations.

 

Located southeast of Page, AZ, this section of the canyon bears the marks of millions of years of flood erosion and powerful winds on its sandstone. Known as Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches” in Navajo, Lower Antelope Canyon showcases nature's artistry, shaped by the relentless forces of water and wind. The views within the canyon are ever-changing, as sunlight dances across the stone walls, casting enchanting displays of color, light, and shadow.

 

To explore Antelope Canyon, visitors must be accompanied by a Navajo guide, and all tours are scheduled for specific dates and times to ensure an immersive and unforgettable experience.

Important Details:

  • Adult Tickets for ages 4 and older, Infant Tickets for ages 0-3, (there is no additional pricing for children)

  • Antelope Canyon requires guests to arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour time

  • The guided walking tour inside the slot canyon lasts about one hour

  • Antelope Canyon operates on the same time zone as Page, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona. 

  • The Navajo Nation and Utah are on different time zones, so please plan your drive time and arrival time according to Page and Phoenix.

  • Antelope Canyon does not allow any bags to be brought on the walking tour

  • Tripods, monopods or selfie sticks are not allowed

  • Photos can be taken throughout the walking tour, but video is not allowed

  • Be sure to check weather in the destinations to make sure you have appropriate clothing

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes

  • The canyon trail is a bit rigorous and long, with low hanging rocks, narrow passageways, and narrow and steep ladders. It is recommended that if you get short winded (we are above 4,000 elevation, so please be advise for shortness of breath for those that live at sea-level), have knee or hip joint problems or heart problems to please get advise your physician before trying to hike the canyon.

  • Guests must be able to walk several flights of narrow stairs, which have some uneven lengths, upon entering the canyon

  • Within the canyon, there are several staircases ranging from 3 ft to 25feet in length, with handrails for staircases over 8 feet

  • For safety, people who are pregnant or may not be physically capable of completing the hiking required during the tour are not allowed to participate

  • Pets or animals of any kind are not allowed

  • Please plan to pay $3.00-5.00 per person in cash for the Navajo Guide gratuity

  • Navajo National Park Fee is not included​

 

Terms & Cancellation Policy: 

  • If the entry ticket is secured, it will be sent out 1 day prior to the tour date by text and/or email.

  • We offer free cancellation up to 4 days before the start of the tour.  Any cancellations received less than 4 days will not be refunded.

kens tours lower antelope canyon pic 9.webp
kens tours lower antelope pic 11.jpg
upper antelope canyon pic 8.jpg

Upper Antelope Canyon Tour

Admission Ticket: $135 Per Adult (8 Years old and Up)                                 $115 Per Infant (0-7 years old)

Experience the enchanting allure of Upper Antelope Canyon with our exclusive admission ticket, granting you access to one of nature's most mesmerizing wonders.

 

This photographer's haven promises an intimate encounter with the majestic light beams that dance upon the water-carved sandstone walls, guided by seasoned Navajo experts.

 

Antelope Canyon stands as a testament to the sublime artistry of nature, sculpted over eons by the harmonious interplay of water and wind. Upper Antelope Canyon, renowned for its towering walls and vibrant hues, captivates visitors with its awe-inspiring formations.

 

Situated southeast of Page, AZ, this section of the canyon bears the intricate marks of millennia of flood erosion and the relentless sculpting by wind upon its sandstone canvas.This breathtaking canyon, shaped by the timeless forces of nature, unveils its splendor in the ethereal light beams that grace its sacred depths.

 

As sunlight gracefully traverses the sky, illuminating the stone walls with a soft radiance, vibrant displays of color and shadow unfold, casting an enchanting spell upon all who bear witness. These dynamic sun angles, known for their mesmerizing interplay with the canyon's features, create an unforgettable spectacle that beckons explorers from far and wide.

 

To venture into Antelope Canyon's enchanting realm, visitors must be accompanied by a knowledgeable Navajo guide, ensuring a safe and immersive experience. All tours are meticulously scheduled, allowing guests to bask in the glory of this natural marvel at specific dates and times, promising a journey filled with wonder and discovery.

Important Details:

 

  • Antelope Canyon requires guests to arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour time

  • The guided walking tour inside the slot canyon lasts about one hour

  • Antelope Canyon operates on the same time zone as Page, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona.

  • The Navajo Nation and Utah are on different time zones, so please plan your drive time and arrival time according to Page and Phoenix.

  • Antelope Canyon does not allow any bags to be brought on the walking tour

  • Tripods, monopods or selfie sticks are not allowed

  • Photos can be taken throughout the walking tour, but video is not allowed

  • Be sure to check weather in the destinations to make sure you have appropriate clothing

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes

  • The entrance to Upper Antelope Canyon is on flat, sandy ground, with the walls surrounding you.  Guests must use stairs to exit the canyon.

  • For safety, people who are pregnant or may not be physically capable of completing the hiking required during the tour are not allowed to participate

  • Pets or animals of any kind are not allowed

Terms & Cancellation Policy: 

 

  • If the entry ticket is secured, it will be sent out 1 day prior to the tour date by text and/or email.

  • We
    offer free cancellation up to 4 days before the start of the tour.  Any
    cancellations received less than 4 days will not be refunded.

bottom of page