Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon Tickets Package

Per Person

  • Code: LV1-11562
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What To Expect


  • Antelope Canyon is one of the most famous and beautiful canyons in the world and one of the photographers' favorite spots, located in northern Arizona, the nearest city is Page, Arizona, belong to the Navajo Aboriginal reservation. The Antelope Canyon is divided into two separate parts on the terrain, called as Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon.
  • Upper Antelope Canyon is called Ts bighnln, 'the place where water runs through rocks' by the Navajo. It is the most frequently visited by tourists because its entrance and entire length are at ground level, requiring no climbing; and because beams of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon are much more common. Beams occur most often in summer, as they require the sun to be high in the sky. Winter colors are more muted.
  • Different from the flat ground of Upper Antelope Canyon, Lower Antelope Canyon requires visitors to climb upside and down through staircases and ladders. It feels like you entering a new planet, starting a magical adventure.
  • 【How to exchange tickets】
    Please use Google Map for navigation and go to the specified location at least 1.5 hours prior to your entering time, no matter which canyon you visit at first. You can exchange tickets of both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon at one time.


Lower's entering time between 07:15/07:45/08:15 with Upper's entering time between 11:00/11:15

Specific entering time will be shown in the confirmation email.
  • Adult

  • Child


Lower's entering time between 08:45/09:15/09:45 with Upper's entering time between 11:15/12:00/12:15

Specific entering time will be shown in the confirmation email.
  • Adult

  • Child


Lower's entering time between 10:15/10:45/11:15 with Upper's entering time between 14:00/14:45

Specific entering time will be shown in the confirmation email.
  • Adult

  • Child


If you want other time package not mentioned above, please remark or contact our customer service when placing an order.

Please make sure you leave at least three hous between the entering time of Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon.
  • Adult

  • Child


Things to Know


  • Admission of Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon (Permit Fee of Lower Antelope Canyon, $8/person, is included.)
  • 4*4 pick-up truck from the tickets exchanging location of Upper Antelope Canyon to the entrance.
  • Local Navajo tour guide
  • Online reservation fee
  • Free parking

  • 【Pay on site, in cash】: Navajo Nation Permit Fee, $8/person
  • Ticket exchange service fee: $4/person ($2 for upper antelope canyon and $2 for lower antelope canyon)
  • Navajo tour guide tips, $3/person recommended.
  • Any personal expenses.

Meet Up/Redemption Information

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours
For Upper Antelope Canyon check-in, please use Google Map for navigation.
Please arrive at least 1.5 hours prior to your entering time to exchange tickets.HWY 98, Milepost 299, 8, Page, AZ 86040, USA
Dixie Ellis’ Lower Antelope Canyon
For Upper Antelope Canyon check-in, please use Google Map for navigation.
Please arrive at least 1.5 hours prior to your entering time to exchange tickets.Indian Rte 222, Page, AZ 86040


Booking and Confirmation Process

  • Due to high demand, inventory is mostly synchronous but sometimes not. Our consultant will check real time availability onsite and confirm seats.
  • Booking normally confirmed within 3 hours if available.
  • You will receive your booking information instantly via email. In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your spam folder or notify us via email.

How To Use

  • Page(Mountain Time Zone) time is 1 hour early than Las Vegas(Pacific Time Zone) On Nov./3/2019 - Mar./8/2020
    (e.g., when Pacific time is 10:00am, Mountain time is 11:00am)

Terms & Conditions

What is the cancellation policy?

Non-refundable reservations cannot be cancelled or modified once submitted.

What if you miss the appointed time or departure date?

Once the booking is confirmed, an absence or failure to show up on the scheduled date or time is a no-show. No refunds or reschedules will be issued for no-shows and late arrivals

Other important information

  • Normally we will arrange you entering the canyon at the time you reserved. Sometimes, however, there might be too many visitors in the same time. In order to protect visitors from any dangers, local staff might adjust your entering time.
  • If there are any issues or questions in the voucher redemption process after arriving the Antelope Canyon, please do not hesitate to contact Wannar (855)739-6848 at the earliest time. Otherwise the Antelope Canyon may not be able to provide product inquery and post-sale service later on.
  • You are required to arrive at leaset 1.5 hours in advance to exchange ticket. Any late, no matter for what reasons, will make your rticket automatically become invalid without any refund.
  • To exchange your tickets, please bring your ticket voucher and confirmatin email
  • Nevada uses the America Pacific time, Arizona uses mountain time in the United states, the two states use the same time in the summer, and in non summer time, there is 1 hour time difference. Please keep it in mind when you make your travel plan.
  • Antelope Canyon is not a national park or publich area. It's Indian private territory that is protected by government. Please show enough respect to local people and strictly follow their rules.
  • Please follow the guidance of your tour guide all the time during the tour. If you break any rules, Indian people have the right to stop your tour without any refund.Any bags, tripods, selfie sticks and professional lenses are not allowed to take inside the canyon.
  • Your tickets can only be used at the time you reserved.

Reviews Scores




KO**AS Jan 5 2020


Pa*****ch Dec 20 2019

Our guide Clint in Lower was really great! He helped us a lot in taking pictures, he explained the history of the Canyon and the life of the Navajos and made the visit very fun! The best!!!

Ray Dec 16 2019

The guide in both canyons were fantastic. Both very personable and talented. They really knew the canyons well and both helped with our camera settings and some absolutely beautiful pictures. Do not go to Arizona and not see these canyons or you will regret it. We went in December and the weather was still pleasant. Thanks, Ray

ze*******ls Dec 14 2019

Booking this trip was easy. Can't wait for the actual tour!

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Jan 5 2020

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