Q. Why should I go with your company?
A. We are the tour company with the best experienced guides for a customized, more personalized Native American experience of Antelope Slot Canyon. Enter this marvelous cathedral at once with our personable native guides, at any time, in any season, and you will cherish the experience forever.
Q. Where is Antelope Slot Canyon?
A. Antelope Slot Canyon is located about 7 miles from the center of Page, AZ.
Q. How do we get there?
A. We’ll take you in a comfortable, air conditioned suburban or our monster truck. And take you on a fully guided, informative tour of this stunning “cathedral in the desert”.
Q. Can we take our own vehicle to the canyon entrance?
A. No. Antelope Canyon is operated by the Navajo Parks and Recreation department and visitors must be transported by a licensed operator.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. Visit our TOURS webpage for current pricing, or call 1-928-645-5594. Tour prices are subject to change, due to rate/fee changes from the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department. Tour companies, please call for tour rates.
Q. Is there much hiking?
A. No. It’s an easy, flat walk. The canyon is about 225 yards long or 1/8 of mile. You’ll need no special shoes, comfortable shoes are preferred, and sand will get into your shoes. Our company can provide fold out chairs for those that need assistance, or those can not stand for long periods of time.
Q. What’s the temperature like?
A. Page AZ gets into the upper 90’sF/lower 100’sF during the summer months. The canyon is nice and cool, about 10-15 degrees cooler than the outside temperature. Bring a bottle of water just in case.
Q. When is the best time to go?
A. There is no bad time to visit Antelope Canyon. The famous light beams occur through the months of April to September. The off-season can bring a special treat of utter peace, with colorful hues that are rich and deep - allowing the sandstone walls to glow with peculiar incandescence.
Q. Is there any flood danger?
A. The flood season is during the months of July-September with rare flooding ever happening. We are very watchful of the weather and future forecasts. Our guides are knowledgeable and will not put you in any danger or risky situations.
Q. Are there any poisonous critters in the canyon?
A. The only poisonous creature ever seen in the canyon is the ordinary diamondback rattlesnake. Your guide will lead the way and chase out any snakes ahead of them. The snake is rarely seen and we see them about as frequent as we see floods, once in a blue moon. There has never been a problem with them.
Q. Are Reservations required?
A. Due to our awesome tours and the demand of personalizing the experience, and taking in smaller groups, we recommend making reservations ahead of time.