From Sedona: Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour

From Sedona: Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour

From $252.82 per person

Take a day trip from Sedona to tour Horseshoe Bend and Lower Antelope Canyon. Go on scenic hikes in stunning nature, have lunch at Glen Canyon Dam, and enjoy a visit to Cameron Trading Post for some shopping.

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Duration 11 hours
Starting time 7:30 AM
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Live tour guide
Small group
Limited to 15 participants


  • Hike through the water-carved sandstone walls of the Lower Antelope Canyon with a local Navajo Guide
  • Explore the stunning Horseshoe Bend during a 1.5-mile round trip hike
  • Enjoy a boxed lunch at Glen Canyon Cam that formed Lake Powell
Full description
Begin your day tour from Sedona and drive pass the Painted Desert and the San Francisco Peaks. Heading towards Page, Arizona, go through the largest native reservation in the United States belonging to the Navajo Nation. Upon arrival, hike approximately three-quarters of a mile to Horseshoe Bend. Stop 1,000 feet above the mighty Colorado River to see how the bend got its name. Be stunned by the variety of minerals in the canyon walls causing the rock formations to glow. Hike back and take a short drive to Glen Canyon Dam reveals Lake Powell and is your spot for lunch. Your expert guide will tell you about the dam’s history and the taming of the Colorado River. Then, it’s off to Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon created by floodwaters to reveal some of the most vibrant, natural sights one must see to believe. Here, a Navajo guide will give you a 60 to 90-minute tour of the canyon. Descend and climb steep ladders into and out of the narrow walls of the canyon. Be rewarded with one of the most unique and dramatic photographic sites in the world. Cameron Trading Post is next on your tour. This Native American stop is your chance to shop for some souvenirs to go with the stunning photos from your tour. From here, you'll be taken back to the meeting point in Sedona.
  • Round trip transportation from the meeting point
  • Admission and fees for Antelope Canyon
  • Lunch (sandwich, chips, cookie, and bottled water)
  • Bottled water
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • Children under 7 years
  • Pregnant women
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • Customers must keep distance in vehicles
Traveler requirements
  • Customers are required to bring and wear masks
  • Customers will get a mandatory temperature check

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Meeting point

Check-in for your tour at the Pink Jeep Tours Plaza located at 204 N State Rte 89A in uptown Sedona. Check-in is 30 minutes prior to your departure time. For tours departing at 7:00 AM, please check-in at 6:45 AM.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Closed-toe shoes

Not allowed

  • Open-toed shoes

Know before you go

  • Closed-toed shoes are required
  • The Navajo Nation does not permit backpacks, fanny packs, hydration packs, or any camera equipment besides a cell phone or camera itself
  • Guests must sign a waiver
  • Weather in the region can change rapidly. The flash floods that sculpted Antelope Canyon still occur. For guest safety, an alternative itinerary including the Wupatki National Monument, as well as Sunset Crater and Lava Flow Trail will be used when weather makes Antelope Canyon unsafe for visitation
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Review summary

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Wonderful trip. Cannot say enough about the beauty of the canyons and the scenic drive. Also, our Jeep guide and Canyon Guides were excellent!

March 15, 2020

March 11, 2020

Jessica was an AWESOME guide. Attentive, informative, and fun to spend the day with. Both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bay are breathtaking. Worth every penny!

March 10, 2020

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