Lower Antelope Canyon Admission Ticket (Ken's Tours)
- Duration: 100 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Page, Arizona
- Product code: Ante Lower Tix (Ken's)
Lower Antelope Canyon Admission Ticket: Enjoy the world's most famous slot canyon. This photographer's dream offers an up close look at the water-carved sandstone walls of Antelope Canyon with Navajo guides.
One of the most amazing sights you will ever see, Antelope Canyon is a natural slot canyon carved over time by water and wind to create a symphony of shapes, colors and shadows. You will visit Lower Antelope Canyon, famous for its winding canyon walls, unique colors and distinct formations. Antelope Canyon is located southeast of the town of Page, AZ. This part of the canyon is chiseled out by millions of years’ worth of flood erosion and impactful winds on its sandstone. The Navajo name for Lower Antelope Canyon is Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches." This incredible canyon has been created over many thousands of years by the relentless forces of water and wind, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into the forms, textures, and shapes which we observe today. The views in Lower Antelope Canyon change constantly as the sun moves across the sky, filtering light softly across the stone walls. These ever-moving sun angles bounce light back and forth across the narrow canyon’s walls, creating a dazzling display of color, light, and shadow. Visitors to Antelope Canyon must use a Navajo guide. All tours are booked for a specific date and time.
- Adult Tickets for ages 13 and older, Child Tickets for ages 4-12 and Infant Tickets for ages 0-3.
- 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
- The Navajo Parks and Recreation requires masks to be worn at all times during the tour.
- 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
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.