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Spend a day visiting two of the most iconic landscapes in the American Southwest- Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend! Our Lower Antelope Canyon Tours takes you into the heart of one of the most spectacular slot canyons in the world. Afterwards, we visit the famous Horseshoe Bend, where you can peer off the edge at the mighty Colorado River!
Our Antelope Canyon – Horseshoe Bend Tours are available 7 days a week. Leaving around 7:45 am and returning around 5:30 pm. Included in your tour is transportation, a friendly and knowledgeable guide, entrance fees to Antelope Canyon, lunch, drinks and snacks.
From Flagstaff, you will travel roughly 2 hours to the Arizona / Utah border to visit Antelope Canyon. With the help of our Navajo Partner Guides you will spend around 90 minutes walking through Antelope Canyon.
From there, you will travel just a few miles to the Glen Canyon Dam visitors center for a quick picnic lunch and some great views of Lake Powell. For the finale, you will spend roughly 1 hour at the famous Horseshoe Bend overlook. Expect to return by 5:30 PM. Book one of our Antelope Canyon Tours today!
400 S. Malpais Lane, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
7:45 am – 5:30 pm
Do you need a guide service?
Like any destination in the Southwest, they’re all public places. That being said, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend can be challenging to navigate solo due to many factors. With our tour you can sit back, enjoy the views, and let us take care of the logistics.
When should I book my trip?
We recommend reserving your trip well in advance to ensure availability, as our trips fill up quickly.
What is your refund policy?
All trips are fully refundable up to 7 days before your trip date. If inclement weather is anticipated on your trip date, you have the option to continue with the trip, change your booking date, or receive a full refund.
How much walking is involved?
Throughout the day there will be roughly 3 miles of walking. The walk to Horseshoe Bend is 1.5 miles round trip. ALL PARTICIPANTS must be able to walk 3+ miles, climb stairs, and be comfortable on sometimes uneven ground.
Absolutely Amazing Experience!, I had Jen the first day for the Grand Canyon tour, she knew everything there is to know about anything and everything. We saw so many Wildlife and also got thoroughly informed about the Native American Communities in the Area!
For the Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon i had Chelsea, she was so accommodating and excited about everything we were seeing, she knew so much there is to know about the plants and rock formations! Definitely coming back soon with friends and family!
Trent was a great tour guide provided us with a safe ride up to horseshoe bend for pictures and was attentive to a friend with foot/ leg cramps .. he was able to adjust our schedule so we didn’t miss a beat or picture along the way … went to a beautiful dam which we didn’t even know existed .and a wonderful home made lunch … the best!!!! off to antelope Canyon we went and had an awesome guide named Craig .. new guy on the tour just a few months but was awesome with our guide thru the canyon helping us with the best pictures … often helping us and taking group pictures as well as keeping us up in line .. it was a very busy Saturday but he always was smiling and sharing awesome formations very knowledgeable!!!
I would highly recommend Grand Canyon Adventures Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon Adventures. Great value for my money.
The van was very comfortable. They provided hotel pickup. There was plenty of water, drinks and snacks for the road. The driver was safe. It’s a long drive across the Navajo reservation so I was glad I wasn’t driving, especially on the way back.
I had plenty of time to hike to and observe Horseshoe Bend. The driver even found me amongst the crowd and took me to a great spot where he took a picture of me overlooking Horseshoe Bend.
The picnic lunch overlooking Glen Canyon Dam was a pretty spot. The food was delicious. The sandwich was almost too big and the picnic included pasta salad, chips, fruit and cookies. There was enough time to get some great pictures of the dam too.
The driver was very efficient about getting us on the next Antelope Canyon tour. Since he was not allowed to go along on the tour, unless he paid, he prepared us for what we would be seeing. What do you say about Antelope Canyon other than – WOW!!!!!!! Don’t miss the opportunity to go through. Our Navajo guide did a great job of helping us get the best pictures and took plenty of time to show us great angles and he even took lots of pictures of us with our phones.
It is a pretty strenuous day and was glad the guide was driving back. He kept it quiet if we wanted to rest but was very open to answering questions we had.
Don’t hesitate to book a tour with Grand Canyon Adventures!!!!