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From Las Vegas: Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour328 Reviews
Depart from Las Vegas and enter the Navajo Nation to see wonders like Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. Join a local Navajo guide to discover the wonders of the area.
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- Gaze upon a unique river formation at Horseshoe Bend
- See the light channels inside the spectacular Antelope Canyon
- Take one of a kind pictures in Antelope Canyon with a Navajo guide
- Visit the Glenn Canyon Dam viewpoint
- Travel through the Navajo nation and marvel at the scenic beauty of the area
DescriptionLeave bustling Las Vegas and head out on a scenic drive into Navajo territory on a van tour. Explore this striking landscape with the help of a local Navajo guide, learning about the area's rich and long history. See iconic natural landmarks like Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Begin your tour with a stop for breakfast in St. George, Utah—home to the oldest continuously operating Mormon temple in the world. After breakfast, approach the mighty Colorado River for a visit to Horseshoe Bend. Note where the river flows and meanders around the rocks creating a distinctive horseshoe-shaped loop beloved by visitors and photographers from around the world. Next, travel to where “the water runs through the rocks” as per the local Navajo folklore. Explore Antelope Canyon and visit the spectacular dunes created by the wind, water, and sand. With your local Navajo guide, discover the beauty of the canyon up close. Admire the beauty of the sun which creates shafts of light that shine through the slits in the canyon walls. After a break for lunch, continue to the Glenn Canyon viewpoint for one last look at this spectacular area. Finally, hop back on the bus to return to Las Vegas in the evening.
IncludesRound-trip transportation by air-conditioned minibus Antelope Canyon entrance fee Horseshoe Bend entrance fee Glen Canyon viewpoint entrance fee Local guide Driver
- The minimum age to enter Antelope Canyon is 7 years old. This area is not suitable for infants or toddlers.
- Please be advised that the group may enter either Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon depending on weather and crowd conditions
- Participants must be able to walk 1.5 miles (2.5 km) over uneven surfaces to participate in this tour
- Comfortable walking shoes are strongly advised
- In the event of inclement weather the canyon may be closed for safety precautions without advanced notice. In these instances, refunds will be at the discretion of the Navajo