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Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend

Visit the World's Most Famous Slot Canyon!


  • Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend & Grand Canyon
  • Iconic Photo Opportunities
  • Navajo Guide Through Antelope Canyon


  • Departing: Phoenix
  • Operator: Detours AZ
  • Inclusions: Continental Breakfast, Lunch, Park Entry Fees, Round-trip Transfers, Taxes
  • Exclusions: Gratuities
  • Important Info: This tour requires a reasonable level of fitness to participate. Stairs, ladders and sand will be present on tour.
  • What to Bring: Camera, Government Issued Photo ID
  • Tour Duration: Approximately 16 hours, hotel to hotel

From: $370.00 $360.00*

* No Hidden Fees



Instantly save up to $60 per person! The mysterious beauty of Antelope Canyon awaits the adventurous traveler who is looking to discover this little known gem in the Lake Powell area. Our tour is the only day tour available from the Phoenix & Scottsdale area. In one day you will have the opportunity to see and explore Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and the Navajo Nation. Purchase includes complimentary round-trip transfers, a continental breakfast and lunch and all taxes.

Join Detours Arizona in their custom touring vehicles specifically designed for small groups. Each vehicle offers large, individual leather captain’s chairs that recline for each guest and this tour features 2 tour guides. While this tour features an early morning departure, you will have the opportunity to experience one of the most picturesque slot canyons in Antelope Canyon, then enjoy the breathtaking views of Horseshoe Bend inside the Navajo Nation.

Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon, a narrow canyon formed by the wear of water rushing through rock and significantly more deep than it is wide. Often times slot canyons are formed in limestone rock and sandstone, although some rock types like basalt and granite are also possible. Only a very small number of creeks will form canyons such as these to to a combination of the characteristics of the regional rainfall and rock in the area.

Horseshoe Bend is located approximately 5 miles downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. This appropriately named location, due to it’s horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River, features rock walls containing a variety of hematite, platinum and garnet minerals, to name a few. It is one of the most photographed areas on the Colorado River. While not technically part of the Grand Canyon, it is only 5 miles from the beginning of Grand Canyon National Park; however it is located 140 miles from the South and North Rims.

Book this amazing tour today and enjoy the following:
* Navajo guide in Antelope Canyon to learn about Native culture and geology of this amazing region
* Maximum opportunities for iconic photo opportunities during the course of the tour.
* Departs Phoenix at approximately 5:30am and returns to Phoenix at approximately 9:30pm
* Includes Navajo guide at Antelope Canyon, continental breakfast, fresh lunch, entry lees, bottled water all taxes
* This tour requires a reasonable level of fitness to participate. Stairs, ladders and sand will be present on tour.
* Departures Thursday and Saturday

After purchase, you will receive an email receipt confirming your reservation. An additional confirmation email will follow with the exact pick-up time and location for your hotel as well as the contact number for your tour provider. If you have any questions, please call our friendly Travel Concierge at 844-868-7392.

Please be sure to include your hotel information during checkout. Please noteNot all hotels are services; however, we will assist you in arranging your pick-up by Detours. This means you may need to make your way to a specific pick-up location. Please contact Detours at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled tour to confirm exact pick-up location and time. A minimum number of guests (7) must be met for this tour and can be from a combination of multiple parties. You may be booked on stand by until the tour is confirmed. This tour can also be operated as a private tour.

Temperatures in Page are typically 5-10°F cooler than in Phoenix and vary by season. We recommend our guests bring jackets in the event of changing weather patterns.