The Antelope Canyon Expedition from Las Vegas

Departing Daily

Hotel Pickup Prior -Flight departs at 9:45am
$ 499
00 Per
  • Children - $479.00 (6-11yrs)
  • Guided Tour
  • Pickup / Drop-off at Major Hotels in Las Vegas
  • Length: 10-11 hours

Tour Information

This thrilling day tour begins with a scenic air tour from Boulder City, Nevada to the desert city of Page, Arizona on a sightseeing airplane. En route to Page, you’ll enjoy aerial views of Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, the Vermillion Cliffs, and Glen Canyon. Transport awaits at the Page Municipal Airport to bring passengers to some of the world-famous sightseeing destinations in this region. The adventure begins at Antelope Canyon on a guided tour of its interior. Step through the narrow entry and explore the twisting canyon floor created by these rippling stone walls. Enjoy photography opportunities unlike any other here and recreate some of the most famous pictures of Antelope Canyon. Next, journey to the nearby Horseshoe Bend for the second part of the adventure. This curious curve of the Colorado River is also a photographer-favorite. A light meal is included in this tour.
Please note: All guests must be at least 6 years old to enjoy this experience. Due to the sandy footing in Antelope Canyon, and the rough terrain and incline at Horseshoe Bend, this tour is not wheelchair-accessible. Sturdy shoes are highly recommended.

 Bring your I.D. : All passengers booked on a tour must have government issued forms of identification.
Recommended Items to Bring: Bottled Water, Comfortable Shoes, Smiling Faces! *No dresses or skirts on this trip, it is a hiking tour so dress accordingly.
Photo Tips: For best results use low film speeds and turn off camera flash * If using a handheld camera, use fast film speed * When taking a picture in the canyon turn off the camera flash.
Don’t Forget: Extra Film * Extra Batteries * Other Camera Lenses * Cable Release.
Special Rules: No Tripods, Monopods, Selfie-Sticks or Backpacks are allowed on this tour. No Exceptions.

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