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Navajo Antelope Canyon Photo Tours

Mile Post 302 on Hwy 98, Page, AZ 86040
+1 928-380-1874
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Shepherded like a mule

The canyon is stunning. However, the tour guide was rude from the beginning and rushed us through... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Allan W
Very Interesting

Presley was super knowledgeable about our cameras and cell phones, and knew where every great shot... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Elizabeth F
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Santee, California
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  • Excellent74%
  • Very good14%
  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
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“guide nate” (7 reviews)
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Hours Today: 07:00 - 19:00
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Mile Post 302 on Hwy 98, Page, AZ 86040
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+1 928-380-1874

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The canyon is stunning. However, the tour guide was rude from the beginning and rushed us through the canyon like a herd of schoolchildren. If you want to have a calm experience and get nice family photos, forget about it. Very crowded.

1  Thank Allan W
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Presley was super knowledgeable about our cameras and cell phones, and knew where every great shot to take was located. While it's not yet the "high season", it was still super busy. Know in advance that you will need to get your pictures and move...More

1  Thank Elizabeth F
Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

Irene was our wonderful guide. She knew exactly how to set everyone's camera/phone for the best photos. She was funny and no nonsense. Perfect!

Thank Kerry H
Reviewed 13 January 2017

They are really awesome people and the tour guide was really patient and he took awesome photos of us which will surely be the best photos in our life..such a wonderful place..

1  Thank Nidhi S
Reviewed 8 August 2016

While visiting the slot canyon is a must do in Arizona this tour company was the worst we have ever experienced. Staff were beyond rude, aggressive, unhelpful and changed their minds depending on the person asking questions. Some in our group had their payment refused...More

9  Thank Snaphappy_Travel
Reviewed 18 June 2016

Had this tour few days ago. It was a terrible experience. I join the 1 hour tour with them for upper antelope, comparing to my tour at lower antelope, this one was a disaster. The tour guide, actually guides - all their guides were the...More

3  Thank a_law2
Reviewed 5 May 2016

Did the 5 hour tour (owl canyon, rattlesnake canyon and antelope canyon) with Roman and he made all the difference in the world, especially in the very crowded antelope canyon. why was he so good? besides being a friendly guy, helpful and knowledgeable about photography,...More

5  Thank wacdc
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

This was an outstanding tour and our guide, Roman put it over the top. He was extremely sincere and very helpful. A wonderful gentleman who was surprisingly knowledgeable about all the types of cameras we each had. We also learned a great deal about Navajo...More

1  Thank pole1944
Reviewed 27 March 2016

We did the 3 Canyon Tour - Owl, Rattlesnake, Upper Antelope We went on our Tour with our guide Nate and it was just perfect! He told us pretty interesting details about the canyons on the ride, showed us the perfect fotospots. He even gave...More

2  Thank ninakatz86
Reviewed 17 March 2016 via mobile

We did both the upper and lower canyons. They're both beautiful and worth a visit. The upper canyon was short and sweet. Our Navajo tour guide, Makara, did a good job of showing us cool places to take pictures. The only bad part was how...More

Thank TravelingRazorback
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bjt365
Will be in the area in mid Oct. Is the canyon still getting good light at that time of the year?
30 January 2016|
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Response from Jim T | Reviewed this property |
The light is good all year around. You won't get the shafts of light but you will still have great light for photography. The sunnier the day the better of course.
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agentCodyboy
I am going to visit the antelope canyon closer to the end of Oct and understand that the best time to go is 10-1pm for photos. We want to join the photographer tour with Adventurous but the morning Photographers tour doesn't allow company, all individuals have to be the photographer with the DSLR camera. My husband is the one with the DSLR camera and he will be the one taking photos but I am also interested in good quality photos/shots but we only have one DSLR camera. I am actually quite disappointed w that. the second options would be the "Photographers with Friends & Family" however the time is from 2:30pm. Has anyone joined that one and how was the light in the antelope etc.? Will it be able to produce as good quality photo opportunity as the morning?
2 June 2015|
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Response from Mike L | Reviewed this property |
Note that there are two Antelope Canyons - Upper and Lower - and each is controlled by different companies (Navajo families). IMHO the only company to use for the Upper is Adventurous and ask for Nate. Upper Antelope is... More
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