Day tour to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Grand Canyon South Rim. Experience the incredible shapes, colors and formations of Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona. Visit dramatic Horseshoe Bend Overlook, high above the Colorado River
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, enjoying the colors and shapes as you walk through the surrounding canyon walls. Also included in this day tour is a visit to Horseshoe Bend overlook, allowing you to stand 1,000 feet above a scenic horseshoe turn in the Colorado River. This is another amazing photo opportunity in a beautiful day you will always remember. The walk to the overlook is 1.5 mile round trip (2.4 km) walk over sand on a flat walking path. Lower Antelope Slot Canyon offers amazing photo opportunities of sculpted sandstone walls through a somewhat narrow and twisting canyon. It was formed by flash flood waters that rushed into the cracks of the Navajo sandstone along with the power of wind erosion over millions of years. You will enter by a set of steep, narrow metal stairs down into the canyon. As you climb down in, you will enter a new world of stunning scenery that will beg you to take photos almost every step.
The price of your tour ticket does not include a gratuity for your driver/guide. It is customary to provide them with a gratuity of approximately 10-20%.
Antelope Canyon tours are non-refundable.
Disclaimer: Every effort will be made to adhere to the published itineraries. National Park Express reserves the right to alter any itinerary at any time based on local conditions, and will not be responsible for losses incurred due to unforeseen circumstances. Tour prices are subject to change. NPE reserves the right to adjust the listed price at any time for any reason, however, we will not adjust prices once the booking has been confirmed and full payment has been received. Once a tour departs, there will be no refunds extended.
Should weather issues or other unforeseen circumstances cause a delay in our tour or transportation before the departure, National Park Express reserves the right to postpone or cancel, and any loss or additional expenses incurred shall be borne by the participants.
The listed tours are designed by National Park Express; we do our best to make sure all the tour arrangements and inclusions will be the same as planned. Should any unforeseen situation(s), such as traffic, road conditions, accidents, mechanical problems, public enemies, strikes, riots, political upheavals, the authority of law, bad weather, or any other natural circumstances beyond our control arise, local agents conducting the tour or our office staff reserve the right to alter the itinerary as necessary for the comfort and safety of the participants. Any additional expenses incurred shall be charged to the participants. Participants should strictly abide by the laws and regulations of the local governments. National Park Express will not be responsible for individuals, for any and all penalties due to any regulations of the governments of the cities, counties, countries, and other jurisdictions visited.
To ensure comfort, quality, and safety, NPE reserves the right to accept, reject, or expel any individual who is deemed disruptive or incompatible with the interests, comfort, and safety of the group. All expenses to do so will be borne by the passenger. NPE will not be responsible for the behavior of any tour participant. NPE reserves the right to make changes in the itinerary, or to cancel, whenever the Company deems it necessary for the comfort, convenience, or safety of the tour participants.
Any decision to close Antelope Canyon due to weather comes from the Antelope Canyon operators and/or Navajo Parks and Recreation. National Park Express has no control over these closures.
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