Antelope Canyon Tour from Sedona or Flagstaff Arizona

Antelope Canyon

Season
April through October

Private Tours Only
First (4) Guests: $890 total + tax
Each Additional Guest: $100
Each Additional Child Ages 5-15: $90

Departures
Sedona: About 7:00 AM
Flagstaff: About 8:00AM

Return
Sedona: About 6:00 PM

* Does not include Antelope Canyon or Antelope Point entry fees, sales tax or gratuity
(9th* Guest Free, lunch included for all
Additional children under 5 are free

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Antelope Canyon

What a great day tour. A unique scenic adventure. Antelope Canyon is a spectacular wonder that is tucked away under the desert that covers the Navajo Indian Reservation. This sacred destination is a must see.

Tour Highlights

  • Views of San Francisco Peaks
  • Antelope Canyon
  • Antelope Point Marina
  • Horseshoe Bend
  • Lake Powell
  • Powell Museum
  • Glenn Canyon Dam
  • Cameron Trading Post

Customized Private Antelope Canyon Tour

For Private Group Tours, this tour is filled with possibilities and may be customized to spend more or less time at a particular attraction provided the 11 tour hours are not exceeded.

The journey begins in Sedona with an ascent up beautiful Oak Creek Canyon to Mogollon Rim crest to Flagstaff with great views of the San Francisco Peaks, the tallest mountain range in Arizona.

We proceed straight to Antelope Canyon where you can decide what to do. Our most common destinations are Lower Antelope Canyon, Upper Antelope Canyon, Antelope Point Marina, Lake Powell, Powell Museum, Glenn Canyon Dam, and Cameron Trading Post. Depending on your groups interests and time permitting not all stops may be included.

Antelope Canyon

Thousands of years in the making, Antelope Canyon has been slowly carved and sculpted by wind and water creating amazing shapes, forms, and textures that can be seen in the sandstone today. Consisting of two separate canyons you can choose to visit one or both, for this reason park entry fees are not included in the tour price.

Lower Antelope Canyon, known to the Navajo’s as Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches”, is our most recommended stop. While a little more difficult to walk through it is less traveled and offers spectacular photo opportunities as the suns rays create varying lights and shadows as it moves through the narrow canyon walls.

Upper Antelope Canyon, known to the Navajo’s as Tse’ bighanilini, which means “the place where water runs through rocks.” Here you will walk between the narrow 120 foot tall canyon walls that tower around you as sunbeams pierce through the crevices.

Antelope Point Marina

Featuring some of the best views of Lake Powell and home to “The Point”, the worlds largest floating restaurant. Here, if you would like, you can enjoy a restaurant lunch (price not included) while overlooking and floating on Lake Powell. Antelope Point Marina also offers an impressive marina filled with a variety of different boats ranging from small speed boats  to stunning large houseboats. Entry fees of $8 per person are not included.

Horseshoe Bend

The view from horseshoe bend attracts people from all over; however, the walk there is not suitable for everyone. To get to this stunning location you must walk through a 1/4 mile of sand that takes you uphill to the edge of horseshoe bend. Once there you will stand on the edge and see the Colorado River as it wraps 270 degrees around the landscape and winds it’s way into the Grand Canyon. If you look closely you may even see the raft tours as they float down the river. The view from here is so amazing to fully capture it you will need a wide angle lens.

Glen Canyon Dam

Harnessing the power of the Colorado River, Glen Canyon Dam was built to provide hydroelectricity and regulate the river flow from the upper Colorado River Basin to the lower. Here you can walk down to the dam and look over both sides or take a tour through the dam (price not included) and learn about what an engineering feat it was to build this dam that controls the waters that created Lake Powell.

Cameron Trading Post

Cameron Trading Post offers a unique combination of Navajo and Hopi artifacts, this is the perfect place to buy Native American rugs, jewelry, artwork, kachinas, and much more. You can also take a stroll through their “hidden oasis”, a garden so lush with desert botanicals that it is often host to weddings and other special occasions.

Amenities and Comforts

Customized Mercedes Benz Touring Vans. Maximum of 8 guests (*optional console seat for a 9th person free). Soft leather captains chairs with lots of leg room. 6′ 3′ ceiling height. Wide view windows. Flat screen TV for DVD video.

  • VIP Pickup and Drop Off. At your point of lodging.
  • High-powered telescope. On board for certain stops.
  • Pairs of binoculars. On board for guest sharing or bring your own.
  • Gourmet lunch, snacks and water. Included.
  • Rain ponchos. In case it rains, we have loan-ponchos on board.
  • Free use of our GoPro HD video camera and accessories
  • Free use of our child seats, walkers and wheel chair

 

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