Lower Antelope Slot Canyon is one of the most exquisitely photographed attractions in the Page Lake Powell area. Many visitors prefer the Lower Antelope Canyon to the Upper because it is less crowded, has light throughout, is longer, and offers great variety. Visitors get to experience narrow slots and ladder access into some of the sandstone carved shoots and holes formed by the force of runoff into the Antelope Wash from the mesas above.
For a smaller, courteous experience in the Lower Antelope slot canyon tour with a knowledgeable guide who knows first hand how to take the best photos with point-and-shoot as well as professional cameras, call the Lower Antelope Canyon Tours. They are located over on the left-hand side of the Lower Antelope Slot Canyon tour area just off the road to Antelope Point Marina. Their sign and banner says “LOWER ANTELOPE CANYON TOURS.” Call them for directions if you are not sure how to get there.
Lower Antelope Slot Canyon Tours is Navajo-owned, and licensed by the Navajo Parks and Recreation to provide professional tours into this canyon. Their guides have been giving tours in the area for many years and know the geology, history, and background first hand. Dixie and her son Stetson offer quality, informative, considerate and professional tours. Their tours are smaller so that you have a better experience without feeling crowded. They have experience working with photographers at all levels and will help you take the best photos with your camera.
SITE SEEING TOURS: 1.5 hours
Adults: $20.00 plus $8 Park Fee.
9 yr old – 12 yrs: $10.00 plus $8 Park Fee.
Under 8 years old: Free
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOURS: 2.5 hours
9am and 2pm
$42.00 plus $8 Park fee.
Lower Antelope Canyon Tours can be found by driving East of Page on Highway 98 towards the Power Plant and turning left at the Antelope Point Marina turn off. Their sales area is under a green roof on the left-hand side of the Lower Antelope tour area. Be sure to drive to the left towards the banner that reads “LOWER ANTELOPE CANYON TOURS.”
Lower Antelope Canyon Tours departs at 8:30 am and leave every half hour into the Lower Antelope Canyon. The tour is a 1.5 hour walking tour and climbing down some ladders is involved. Please wear comfortable shoes for this 600 meter trip.
Lower Antelope Canyon Tours has smaller group sizes and the guide stays with you during the entire tour, sharing information about the geology, history, and the Navajo Traditional ways.
The Lower Antelope Canyon tends to be less crowded than the Upper Antelope Canyon but is preferred by many because of its narrow canyon walls and ladders that take you to the levels that have been carved by flash floods from the upper mesas. The sandstone walls are exquisitely formed, and the Lower Antelope Canyon offers a longer canyon exploration.
Photography tours are 2.5 hours at 9am and 2pm.