How Do I Get to Antelope Canyon?

The best part about this question, is that it indicates that you have already realized that you need to experience this amazing place! Now let’s take a look at some options to make sure fulfill this dream.
Antelope Canyon is located just outside of Page, Arizona, in the southwest United States. Page is a small town with some stunning scenery and activities. It is certainly worth a visit, and will provide you with memories and images that will not quickly fade.

Visitors can get to Page by land or by air. Most travel by land, whether it is driving a car, or enjoying a bus tour. A great option is a Day Tour from Las Vegas, which will include both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. It is a long drive, and this is relaxing way to sit back and enjoy the scenery along the way without having to drive. National Park Express boasts the newest and most luxurious motor coaches for guests to enjoy. Lunch is included, as well as the admissions to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Overlook. Everyone visiting page should be sure to marvel at Horseshoe Bend as well, which is a 1,000 foot cliff overlooking a U-shape turn in the Colorado River. It pairs so nicely with a visit to Antelope Canyon.

Another option is to take Shuttle from Las Vegas to Page, and spend a few days in the area. This allows visitors to see many of the sites including Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, countless hiking trails, and perhaps a day trip out to Monument Valley. Shuttles between Las Vegas and Page operate daily, allowing flexibility in planning your trip. If you take the shuttle to Page, you may choose to book a tour that includes transportation to both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend which includes a VIP small group private visit to both destinations. This company owns half of Horseshoe Bend Overlook and you will visit the private side, away from the crowds. This is similar to the section of Antelope Canyon, which is also less crowded and amazingly beautiful.
Of course you can drive your own car, or a rental car, to drive to Page as well. It is a 4-5 hour drive from either Las Vegas or Phoenix. If you choose to drive yourself, you may want to prepurchase Tickets to Antelope Canyon to make sure you have tickets, since time slots are often sold out. Admission to Horseshoe Bend is not a problem and does not need to be purchased in advance. Check Road Conditions before embarking on your journey, especially during winter or monsoon season. It’s advisable to check road conditions and weather forecasts, as desert climates can be unpredictable. Also, gas stations can be sparse in remote areas, so ensure your vehicle has a full tank before setting off and do fill up along the way when there are opportunities. Pack essentials such as water, snacks, sunscreen, and a first-aid kit, especially if you plan to explore outdoor attractions along the way.
Another option for traveling to Page, Arizona is by airplane. Contour Airlines offers service from Phoenix, which lands at Page Municipal Airport (PGA), just on the edge of town. There is also Air Service with Grand Canyon Airlines between Las Vegas and Page. This a great opportunity to fly in one direction and schedule a shuttle the other way, allowing guest to see both ground and air in this amazing area.
Even if you travel by land to Page, you may choose to take a Scenic Air Tour of Horseshoe Bend and Page area with Papillon Helicopters. This provides unparalleled access to this breathtaking desert landscape and gorgeous Lake Powell.
However you choose to get to Page, Arizona, you will find amazing things waiting for you. The unique land formations, dramatic water, wide open skies and local culture will be sure to combine to make your visit a wonderful experience. Plan your trip. Get traveling. The sooner you go, the sooner you will fall in love with the surprising places waiting for you there.
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