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icon1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes  (approx.)
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Overview

Experience the beauty of Arizona's Upper Antelope Canyon with your admission ticket. Alongside a Navajo guide, walk through the narrow canyon and enjoy a kaleidoscope of colors as the sunlight hits the rocks in certain ways. Capture photos of the colorful canyon and learn how it has been carved out by water erosion over thousands of years.
  • Learn about the geological history of the canyon
  • Choose from several timeslots to suit your schedule
  • Guests are required to be accompanied by a guide
  • Hear about Navajo culture and modern-day issues
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Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket
Navajo Permit Fee
Check in service fee $5.00 per person;(Cash only and a must pay)
Gratitude to the Navajo Guide recommend min $3.00 per person;(Cash only)
All personal expense
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Customers must be on site 1 hour(at least 45 minutes) in advance to exchange tickets, if late, there will be no refunds.
  • Customers are not allowed to bring selfie-sticks, GOPRO Cameras, Drones,or other professional camera accessories.
  • Customers are not allowed to bring any bags or tripods
  • MASKS ARE REQUIRED! SOCIAL DISTANCING WILL BE ENFORCED.
  • 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.
  • The ticket CANNOT be changed or canceled or refunded after confirmation. 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!
  • The baby also need to book a seat and pay the same price as adult. Please bring your own car seat if a baby would join the tour.
  • Check in at in at Highway 98, Milepost, 299, Page, AZ 86040
  • Most travelers can participate
  • 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.
Q:
Is hotel pickup available for the Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket?
A:Hotel pickup is not available for this tour. You will have to make your own way to Antelope Canyon. If you require hotel pick-up, please search 150592P28 for the tour including transportation from Page, AZ.
Oct 2021
Q:
Is parking available at Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:Parking is available. There is no cost for parking, however, there is a USD $8 Environmental Protection Fee that is payable upon arrival.
Oct 2021
Q:
How do I know when and where to meet for my Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket from Las Vegas?
A:Please be ready to check in at least 1 hour prior to your scheduled departure time. If you do not check in at least 1 hour early, you may not be able to pick up your ticket with no refund.
Oct 2021
Q:
Why is Antelope Canyon so popular with tourists?
A:Antelope Canyon’s sculpted sandstone walls offer memorable photo opportunities with a walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. The light dancing through narrow openings from the top provides multiple kinds of light reflections and colors.
Oct 2021
Q:
What is there to see at Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:Upper Antelope Canyon is more "A" shaped, meaning it's wider at the bottom and narrower towards the top. Upper Antelope Canyon is famous for the iconic light beams that can be seen (depending on the time of day.)
Oct 2021
Q:
How strenuous is my visit to Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:The walk through Upper Antelope Canyon is approximately 1/4 mile on easy terrain. You will have your own Navajo guide to show you the sights and provide some local history.
Oct 2021
Q:
Are there restrooms available during my visit to Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:There are no restrooms at the Canyon. Please be sure to use the restroom prior to departure.
Oct 2021
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Can I bring a purse or backpack with me on my visit to Upper 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
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What should I wear during my visit to Upper 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
Q:
What should I bring with me during my visit to Upper 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
Q:
What should I NOT bring with me during my visit to Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:Only bring items you actually need – do not bring anything that is considered illegal or dangerous. Bags are subject to search. Selfie-sticks, GOPRO Cameras, Dronesor other professional camera accessories are forbidden inside the Canyon.
Oct 2021
Q:
How far is Antelope Canyon from Page, AZ?
A:Antelope Canyon is approximately a 20-minute drive from Page, AZ.
Oct 2021
Q:
Can I bring my small child with me on my visit to Upper Antelope Canyon?
A:Yes, please book the exact number of persons joining the tour, including children of all ages. Strollers and most baby carriers are not allowed in the canyon due to size restraints.
Oct 2021
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What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket?
A:The policy on face masks and attendee health is:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
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What is the social distancing policy during Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket?
A:The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
See all safety measures taken by Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket.

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star-5
We had Lori as our tour...
Joel_C
, Jun 2022
We had Lori as our tour guide and she was amazing! Very informative and she actually used our phones to take some unbelievable photos! Lori was very informative and professional. We would recommend her to anyone!
star-5
Roger was a wonderful...
Betsy_W
, Jun 2022
Roger was a wonderful guide! He was able to take photos, and create experiences that left a last mark on our family. Truly amazing!
star-4
ripped off
glen_g
, Jun 2022
Being charged double from you guys but other than that It was a pleasurable experience that I would recommend to people not to go through a third party booking
icon Response from Host , Jun 2022
Thanks for your feedback. The Upper Antelope Canyon is very popular and tickets get sold out quickly several days before the tour date. We pre-arranged the tickets and additional cost applied. On-site tickets are not guaranteed during peak season.
star-1
Not worth it.
Yu_W
, Jun 2022
Very short and a lot of people. Lower antelope is much better. Daily tickets are available onsite and much cheaper.
icon Response from Host , Jun 2022
Thanks for your feedback. The Upper Antelope Canyon is very popular and tickets get sold out quickly several days before the tour date. We pre-arranged the tickets and additional cost applied. On-site tickets are not guaranteed during peak season.
star-1
Not worth it. Take Lower canyon tour instead!
MinSharon_L
, Jun 2022
If you couldn’t get on the 11:00 or 11:45 tour, forget it as you will miss the light beam shooting down. Other time slots are rip offs because you could see much as it’s dark on the ground. Plus they don’t allow you to take off your mask when you taking pictures! For $214/person it’s not worth it as you won’t have a good photo with you in it. We took the lower antelop canyon with only $61/person and pictures were as good as the ones we took at the this tour! They allow you to take off mask when you are taking pictures so we had so many nice pictures.
icon Response from Host , Jun 2022
Sorry about your feelings. The operator was strict with mask policy which is a good thing to see. No double standards and no slack in reinforcing the rule. Antelope Canyon belongs to the Navajo Nation, which is a sovereign state - their President is not the POTUS so usual rules/laws that apply in the US doesn’t apply to their land. During the covid pandemic, the Navajo Nation was badly affected with the world’s highest infection rates at one point of time. Navajo Nation does not have readily accessible water and medical amenities so covid hit them hard. Their President allowed the re-opening of businesses with the condition that masks are worn.
star-2
Price and mask
Denys_T
, Jun 2022
First of all go directly to Navaho in Antelope canyon and buy tickets for 100$ per person for cash, on site sold out but they has a lot tracks. Call them! also mask required everywhere, and doesn’t matter have vaccinations or no(((
icon Response from Host , Jun 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. The operator was strict with mask policy which is a good thing to see. No double standards and no slack in reinforcing the rule. Antelope Canyon belongs to the Navajo Nation, which is a sovereign state - their President is not the POTUS so usual rules/laws that apply in the US doesn’t apply to their land. During the covid pandemic, the Navajo Nation was badly affected with the world’s highest infection rates at one point of time. Navajo Nation does not have readily accessible water and medical amenities so covid hit them hard. Their President allowed the re-opening of businesses with the condition that masks are worn.
star-5
Mariah was Fantastic!!!
John_S
, Jun 2022
Our tour guide Mariah was FANTASTIC!!! She was Very patient with all the people and helped everyone with pictures, showed everyone the best way to get the perfect shot on their cameras. She was Very proud of her heritage and very happy to answer any questions you had. Excellent tour guide
star-5
Love Antelope Canyon
Jack_L
, Jun 2022
Our guide was awesome. He knew all of the great photo spots and even took the pictures for us. The photos really bring out the awesome colors.
star-4
An other-worldly experience
Peter_W
, Jun 2022
Surprising expertise of the guides as photographers, savvy to smartphones. The Canyon is a wonder, very different Upper from Lower Antelope Canyon. My friends are amazed by the images of my trip.
star-5
Experience trip
Vero_H
, Jun 2022
Is an experience you have to live… a lone or w family and friends.. you will love it. Live and experience God creation
star-5
People working there are...
Linda_Z
, Jun 2022
People working there are very helpful and friendly. Our tour guide takes extra steps to show us where to take great photos.
star-4
Absolutely beautiful
Becky_S
, Jun 2022
The canyon, even though only a quarter mile long is absolutely stunning and beautiful. Mike, our tour guide was awesome talking about the formations as well as giving us photography tips. The only thing I didn’t like was on the reservation, they still make you wear masks and the initial orientation lady was a bit of a Nazi about it. Also, be advised reservation time is different than the rest of Arizona.
icon Response from Host , Jun 2022
Thank you Becky. Currently masks are required for the trip and it is a common rule to all visitors on Navajo Nation. Hopefully this policy will change in future.
star-4
Great tour but misleading instructions on how to find the tour......
Lori_S
, May 2022
The tour was beautiful and well executed. It was a great experience. Some feedback- The instructions from Viator regarding how redeem the tickets were incorrect. The instructions said that you needed to go to a specific location to redeem your ticket but you need to go to a different location to join the tour. This was not the case. After riding around for a bit, we finally found a sign for "Upper Antelope tours" but there no signs regarding the tour companies that operated out of that location. Thankfully this location did accept the ticket from the tour company "Take your Trip" booked through Viator. Note: As of May 25th, masks were required during the entire tour.
star-5
Don’t worry - it will be worth it!
Chad_L
, May 2022
Stunning site, absolutely worth the high price, uncomfortable ride, and mediocre guide. We overheard much better guides in other groups, but ours was her 4th day, and she added almost nothing of value to the experience. But it didn’t matter much. The visual experience was everything! So glad we went!
star-5
Overpriced
Valerie_B
, May 2022
Guide was nice but the tickets through viator were overpriced. Antelope canyon was amazing. Only used aviator because I couldn’t guaranteed ticket anywhere else
star-1
Skip it and go to the Lower Antelope instead. Much better and half the price. Tour Guide was also extremely mean.
Anna
, May 2022
Skip the Upper Antelope. The Lower Antelope is much better and half the price cheaper. Perhaps due to the time of our tour (7 am), there were not many lights and nothing much to see. The tour guide from Navajo Tour was incredibly mean (His name was Roger or Robert). We understood the mask-always-on policy, and we kept our masks on. We briefly took it off, took a photo, and wore it back on. He approached us, demanded to see our phones, and scolded us like scolding schoolchildren. We wore the mask on immediately. Yet he still keeps calling us out along the tour. He said if we take off our masks, somebody could send us to prison. Not only that, but he also kept saying he would have to escort us out of the tour. "Unless you have a lot of money, that would be a real waste because this tour is expensive, " he said precisely. We understood the policy, and we apologized immediately. But we did not appreciate the constant scolding and calling out our names, especially when we paid $300 for the trip.
icon Response from Host , May 2022
Sorry about your feelings. Currently the masks are still required on Navajo Nation which is a common rule to all visitors. We understand that no matter what the rule is, the guide should always keep their professionalism to serve each guest. We also hope this policy could be changed in future.
1 traveler found this review helpful
star-5
Mixed emotions
ESTELAM_C
, May 2022
It was a great tour! On a side note, the directions that you gave us were wrong. And we paid almost double of the regular price.
star-5
A Bucket List must!
Alex_R
, May 2022
An overall absolutely amazing experience. Canyon looks exactly as the pictures you see in magazines or the internet. Navajo tour guide was also awesome.
star-2
Sadly, Disappointing
Taya_S
, May 2022
It’s painful for me to say this but compared to the pictures you see online, the in person visuals were disappointing. Pictures turned out quite vibrant but what you actually see is quite dull and lacking all the vibrant colors you see in photos online. The tour was rushed and there were too many people in the canyon to try and get pictures without someone else in them. Extremely over priced for what it was. Basically you go there to get good pictures and that’s it. Let’s address the mask issue. It’s ridiculous. No one wants pictures with masks on. COVID is nothing more than a head cold at this point (5/2022) if masks actually worked COVID would not have hung around for two years. I would wait to go until Navajo nation lifts this ridiculous restriction. Summary: it was worth the good pix but be prepared to be disappointed with what you see in person.
icon Response from Host , May 2022
Sorry about your feelings. Currently the masks are still required on Navajo Nation. It is a common rule to all the visitors and no exceptions. This is clearly stated on the product page as well. We also hope this policy could be changed in future.
star-5
The canyons beauty Is...
Darwin_B
, May 2022
The canyons beauty Is beyond expectations. Incredible! Our gyuide Sherry was fantastic. Ahe took most pics and was expert in operation of all brands of camera phones.

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