Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, AZ 86515
United States of America
To ensure you can visit, schedule and make a tour reservation with a local Antelope Canyon tour guide company.
We are limited to 50% capacity per the Navajo Nation COVID-19 protocols. There is an active mask mandate — masks are required — for both residents and visitors to the Navajo Nation.
WARNING: Flooding could happen at any time during monsoon season or hard rainfall in the area. Please heed the warnings placed by the local tour groups for your safety.
Antelope Canyon, located near Page, Arizona is home to one of nature’s most wondrous creations – the slot canyon. Carved from the red sandstone for millennia by seasonal flood rains and wind, the canyons are narrow passageways that lead several hundred feet away from the mouth. The gorgeous sloping angles of the rocks – coupled with the shifts of light that make their way down from the rim of the canyon – combine for a scene that cannot be fully explained with words. Only 8 to 12 feet wide along the sandy floor, the slot canyons have been featured in Hollywood films and magazine publications around the world. But none of those images can match the one you’ll experience when you step into the canyons and see this wonder for yourself.
To the Navajo, we call the Upper Antelope Canyon – Tsé’bighanilí – which means “The place where water runs through.” For Lower Antelope Canyon, we call this place Hasdestwazi – which means “Spiral Rock Arches.”
The best times to visit:
- If you are looking to take photos of the sun beaming into the canyon, book a tour with the tour groups in Upper Antelope Canyon around 11am to 1pm for the months of March to October. To get extra time in the canyon, book a tour with a photography group – there may be an extra fee to book this type of tour.
- If you want to do a little hiking and want a little more seclusion, book a tour for the Lower Antelope Canyon area. This portion is not as busy as the Upper Antelope Canyon.
- If you want less tourists, visit during the months of November to March.
For viewing the Antelope Canyon, a permit and a tour guide is required. The tour group will assist you in purchasing the permit.
Tour Groups Available
Upper Antelope Canyon Tours
Adventurous Antelope Canyon Photo tours (AACPT) provides quality guided tours, sightseeing tours and photographic tours into slot canyons that are within the Antelope wash basin, located just on the outskirts of Page, Arizona. The slot canyons reside within the Navajo Nation tribal reservation – Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park. AACPT operates into 4 slot canyons: the Upper Antelope Canyon, Rattlesnake Canyon, Owl Canyon and Mountain Sheep Canyon.
Open year-round, 7 days a week – weather permitting. Cancellation info: We require a 72 hour notice of cancellation prior to the date and time of reserved tour(s). If the tour is scheduled within the 72 hour timeframe – there is no cancellation option.
Antelope Canyon Tours is a customer service oriented business that specializing in slot canyon tours around Page, Arizona / Lake Powell Area. Antelope Canyon Tours is a Navajo owned and operated, providing guided tours from Page, Arizona.
Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours operates on land owned by the Begay family, longstanding members of the Navajo Nation and community. As a part of this family, Dalvin Etsitty has been providing tours of this sacred Navajo site for over 20 years, allowing people from all over the world to visit and enjoy its beauty. Dalvin enjoys meeting people from different cultures and walks of life and introducing them to the Navajo way of life.
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Experience the beauty and learn about rock art interpretation, geology, anthropology and Navajo storytelling from the Canyon resident guides. Hear the true history of the Diné and the Beauty Way of our people. Our company provides overnight camping, 4×4 Jeep tours and hiking services year round.
Antelope Slot Canyon Tours by Chief Tsosie is located in Page Arizona, right next to the great Lake Powell, and in the center of the Grand Circle. Navajo-owned and operated. You’ll enjoy our personal tour of the breathless Antelope Canyon and other spectacular adventures! A special highlight of the tour, will be the authentic beauty of Native American flute music resonating throughout Antelope Canyon. Hear the wonderful Native American stories associated with Antelope Canyon by Navajo Tour Guides. Come, visit, and personally experience the mystical canyons.
Antelope Valley Canyon Tours will strive to provide safe, unforgettable, reliable and unique personalized sightseeing canyoneering tours to the visitors of the Navajo Nation. Our unique tours and services are aimed at offering high-quality, moderately priced tour packages. We view ourselves as partners with our customers, our employees, our community and our environment.
Just 3 miles away is our Antelope Point Marina! The Antelope Point Marina houses the largest floating restaurant in the United States! There are several restaurants to choose from: The Jádí To´oh Restaurant, Gramma Betty’s, and the SandBar. Cool off here because this is the spot to be during the summer months! You can also fish, rent a boat, rent watersports equipment and book a boat tour to Rainbow Bridge Arch!
Rainbow Bridge is one of the world’s largest known natural bridges. The span has undoubtedly inspired people throughout time – from the neighboring American Indian tribes who consider Rainbow Bridge sacred, to the 85,000 people from around the world who visit it each year. Visit, call or use the website to contact the Antelope Point Marina to book a boat tour to the Rainbow Bridge!
Antelope Hogan Bed and Breakfast is a Navajo-owned and operated company with the knowledge of traditional Navajo culture. The goal of Antelope Hogan Bed and Breakfast is to provide guests with the experience of lodging in a traditional Navajo hogan while being immersed in the culture that our ancestors created.
Come and enjoy a unique experience into a classic culture in the natural setting of Navajo families. Enjoy traditionally built hogans, storytelling, history, a weaving presentation, and Native American dancing to conclude the tour.