Private Antelope Canyon Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale
Private Tour Highlights
Private Antelope Canyon Tour Itinerary
Explore Lower Antelope CanyonYour next stop is the spectacular Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon of deep red-rock chasms that were created by water erosion over thousands of years. Walk through the canyon with a local Navajo guide who presents the important history, culture, and geology of the region. Bask in the sunlight that filters down through the narrow cracks above as you wander through the narrow walkways that lie between the massive orange walls surrounding you.
Scenic Hike to Horseshoe BendOnce you reemerge from Antelope Canyon, head to the shores of Lake Powell, a massive reservoir on the Colorado River that straddles the Utah border. Your next destination is the city of Page and then you will embark on a scenic 1-mile hike to the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, which offers awe-inspiring views into a deeply carved channel where the Colorado River winds far below.
Physical Requirements for the Tour*To participate in this tour, guests must be able to perform the following movements: For Antelope Canyon – Can you walk on slanted, uneven sandstone and loose sand? Can you climb up and down steep metal ladders/stairs – some with railings? Antelope Canyon is not strenuous but does require agility, balance and grip. For Horseshoe Bend – Visiting this overlook requires a 1.5 mile round trip walk on a dirt path with no shade. *Additional notes for Antelope Canyon – Service animals are not allowed, purses/backpacks are not allowed, tripods are not allowed, hiking poles are not allowed.
Private Antelope Canyon Tour FAQs
You will have various opportunities to buy food in Page. You are also welcome to bring your own food. We provide bottled water all day.
This tour is not strenuous but does require steady, careful footing as well as balance, gripping and walking. Please inquire if you have any concerns.
Page, Arizona is typically 15-20 degrees cooler than Phoenix/Scottsdale, which means it can be hot in the summer and chilly in the winter. Dress in layers and wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes.
Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon are equal in beauty. The main difference is how one enters and exits the canyons. Lower required more mobility due to the ladders/stairs within the canyon. We include Lower on this tour.
Absolutely, based on availability. There will be an additional fee of up to $65/person - please inquire.
Your credit card will be charged 72 hours prior to the tour date, at which point all sales are final and no refunds will be given.
**DETOURS does not offer refunds or credits for cancelled flights or illness. (unless we are notified outside the cancellation period) We HIGHLY recommend booking your tour on a date that occurs at least two days after you arrive.