About the Canyon:
Over the years, Lower Antelope Canyon has become a favorite gathering place for photographers, tourists, and visitors from around the world. The Navajo name for Lower Antelope Canyon is Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches.” Many years ago, herds of Pronghorn Antelope roamed freely in and around the canyon, which explains the English name. This incredible canyon has been created over many thousands of years by the relentless forces of water and wind, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into forms, textures, and shapes which we observe today.
The views in Lower Antelope Canyon change constantly as the sun moves across the sky, filtering lights softly across the stone walls. These ever-moving sun angles bounce light back and forth across the narrow canyon’s walls, creating a dazzling display of color, light, and shadow.
NOTICE: There is a Fee collection booth now at the Entrance to our canyon. Please have Cash on hand to pay for the $8.00 Navajo Permit fee.
Please have cash on hand for payment at Ken’s Tour.
Tips are Appreciated for Tour Guides.
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Almost 15 minutes east of Page, Az. is the entrance to one of the most exciting slot canyons in the Southwest United States.We are located approximately 2.5 miles east of Page, Arizona on HWY 98.
GPS Location: N 36 Degrees 54′ 9″ W 111 Degrees 24′ 39″ (We have no Physical Address as we are located out in the desert next to the canyon site)
Take highway 98 toward Kaibeto, we are across Upper Antelope Canyon entrance, turn left on Navajo Route N22B (Antelope Point Road) for about 1/4 mile. The entrance sign is on the left.
Bus Tours are Welcome!
We have plenty of parking space for buses.
Just give us a call or e-mail us for a bus tour reservation.
We operate separately from Upper Antelope Canyon, we are sorry for the inconvenience.
P.O. Box 117 | Page, Arizona 86040
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