Antelope Canyon Tour and Horseshoe Bend from Flagstaff

Antelope Canyon Tour and Horseshoe Bend from Flagstaff
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$218.6
Duration: 10 hours
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Description

Come and see the wondrous world of Antelope Canyon. The canyon is a long, narrow slot canyon, 120 feet deep and carved to stunning perfection throughout the millennia. It truly is a sight to behold. It is no coincidence that this canyon is world renowned for its beauty and photographic opportunities and it is one of the must see wonders of the American Southwest.

Come travel with us to the Navajo Nation to see this amazing artwork by mother nature. The sun´s light descends in dramatic shafts and hues of orange, yellow, blue and purple fantastically illuminate the twisting sandstone cliffs. But this is only one highlight of a fully narrated, full-day tour that begins at your hotel lobby, takes you through awesome views of ancient volcanoes and the aptly named rock formations of the Painted Desert.

Also included is a stop at historic Cameron Trading Post, where Zuni, Hopi and Navajo artists display and sell their silver jewelry, pottery and other artisan crafts. You will be offered a box lunch at the towering Glen Dam with a majestic view of Lake Powell on one side and a glimpse into the depths of Glen Dam Gorge on the other. Hike up to Horseshoe Bend to see views of the Colorado River from above. Then enjoy the main highlight, walking through the stunning Antelope Slot Canyon with your Navajo Guide. Be sure not to miss these jewels of the Southwest!

Box lunch provided, includes: Turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomato & cheese, on marble rye bread, condiments on the side, chips, pretzel/hummus side, and cookie.

Come and see the wondrous world of Antelope Canyon. The canyon is a long, narrow slot canyon, 120 feet deep and carved to stunning perfection throughout the millennia. It truly is a sight to behold. It is no coincidence that this canyon is world renowned for its beauty and photographic opportunities and it is one of the must see wonders of the American Southwest.