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“Don't miss this beauty!”
Review of Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon
Ranked #5 of 58 things to do in Page
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Located near Lake Powell, this "slot" canyon is considered sacred by the Navajo.
Reviewed 2 April 2018

This is a hidden gem in Utah that should not be missed. A short walk reveals beautiful rock formations that are highlighted by a camera lens.
Our guide, Orin, was excellent. Knowledgeable and friendly. He knew all the good camera spots.

Thank Kman47
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Bucket List must. Anytime of the day. I heard noon is the best. We went at 0700, overcast, pictures turned out great.

Thank wischic
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Absolutely, beautiful. It was an amazing experience. The gorgeous formation inside the earth were breathtaking and worth once in a lifetime visit. We took the 8:15 antelope canyon tour with “Dixie and Ellis lower antelope canyon tours”. We had a small group of 11 and Orion our tour guide helped us take some amazing pictures definitely recommend

Thank Llasne
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

The upper canyon is amazing, they're aren't enough words to describe it. My husband and I went in the morning, one of the first tours, so it was quiet and majestic and not too hot. You should definitely go!!!

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Reviewed 1 April 2018

We almost decided not to make the drive from the Grand Canyon Desert View area to Page to see Antelope Canyon. The drive was long, desolate, and wind swept, with few areas to stop. However, the scenery became dramatic as we climbed into the red hills heading to Page, a town developed in the late 1950s around Powell Lake, the result of a dam.
Antelope Canyon is on Navajo Land. We pre-booked Dixie Elllis Lower Antelope Canyon Tour. In small groups (~15 people) we were led into the slot canyon, created and constantly re-shaped from flash flooding. Our guide was knowledgeable, patient, helpful and led us down very steep stairs (more of a ladder in some areas) into the canyon. In side, it was breathtaking, like being inside a sculpture created by nature. It was profound and moving. Even my jaded teenagers, who rank experiences by the quality of the wifi, were impressed, preferring Antelope Canyon over the very crowded Grand Canyon. If you can go to Antelope Canyon, do so. Be sure to book a tour in advance. We also enjoyed our 1 night in Page, staying at an RV site with hookups relatively close to Antelope Canyon. In Page we ate at Big John's Texas BBQ and listened to the band outside. Ended up being a great family experience and worth the drive.

Thank Kara_T_Newark
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