Review & Photos of Lower Antelope Canyon Tour

Review & Photos of Lower Antelope Canyon Tour

The Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a beautiful slot canyon carved by wind and water over many years. The canyon is located on the Navajo reservation and can only be visited with a tour and a local Navajo guide. The Lower Antelope Canyon tour includes a short, sandy walk to the slot, climbing down metal stairs, going through the slot in single file at a relaxed pace, and then climbing up stairs to return to the starting point. The tour also includes a short Navajo tribal dance performance.

The tour is recommended for its beautiful scenery and unique experience, despite the crowds. The Lower Antelope Canyon tour is also more affordable and less rushed than the Upper Antelope Canyon tour. The best time to visit is from November to March to avoid the crowds and heat, but the most spectacular lighting is in the summer months.

Visitors are advised to bring a driver’s license or other ID, a hat, sunscreen, a water bottle, and a camera or phone for taking pictures. Bags, pets, drones, canes, umbrellas, hiking sticks, selfie sticks, and tripods are not allowed. Smoking, climbing, writing, flash photography, and video recording are also not allowed during the tour.

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