Upper Antelope and Horseshoe Bend Tour

This Tour combines two of the most popular experiences in the Glen Canyon – Lake Powell Area.  Upper Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe bend!

Embark on a captivating journey through the stunning landscapes of Arizona with a tour of Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Together, Horseshoe Bend and Upper Antelope Canyon offer a visual feast, providing a glimpse into the geological wonders that have been crafted over millennia in the heart of the American Southwest.

Tour Times

8:00am to 11:50 pm
$ 200 Per
  • Children 6 to 11 - $195.00
  • Military - $185.00
  • Guided Tour - 14 People Maximum
  • Number of Tours Daily: 1
  • Length: Three and a Half Hours

Horseshoe Bend Tour Information

We begin our Tour with a short 10 Minute drive to  Horseshoe Bend. This is an iconic natural wonder that is a U-shaped meander of the Colorado River, known for its striking and dramatic appearance as the river makes a near 270-degree turn, resembling the shape of a horseshoe. The overlook, perched on the edge of a steep sandstone cliff, provides visitors with a breathtaking view of the river below and the surrounding red rock canyons. Our guides will walk you to the edge of the Horseshoe Bend where you will have 90 minutes to take your pictures, ask questions and head back to the parking lot.

You will have 20 minutes to use the restroom and get loaded back up on our bus where we will depart to the Upper Antelope Canyon for the 10:20 am tour time. Located just seven and a half miles away.

Upper Antelope Canyon Tour Information

Upper Antelope Canyon is a stunning slot canyon located in the Navajo Nation near Page, Arizona. Carved by the erosive forces of wind and water, this narrow sandstone canyon features winding passageways and smooth, curving walls that have been shaped into exquisite, wave-like patterns and vibrant shades of red and orange. 

Upper Antelope Canyon is famous for the dramatic interplay of light and shadow that occurs within its confines, creating breathtaking photo opportunities. The canyon is particularly renowned for its “sunbeams,” which occur when sunlight filters through openings at the top of the canyon and pierces the narrow slot, producing mesmerizing rays of light

*Restrooms are not available in the Canyons.  Please use the Restrooms located at our store or at Horseshoe Bend.

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 Batteries * Other Camera Lenses * Cable Release.
Special Rules: No Tripods, Monopods, Selfie-Sticks. No Exceptions.
***Clear Backpacks are allowed on this tour. *No Pets