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Upper Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Las Vegas

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The scenic drive from Las Vegas to the world famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend offers you unforgettable views of the Virgin River Gorge and the Escalante/Grand Staircase National Monument and 80 mile views across the Colorado Plateau. While in Page, Arizona, you will also have views of Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam from the tour coach. Antelope Canyon offers amazing photo opportunities between sculpted sandstone walls with a walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. It was formed by flash flood waters that rushed into the cracks of the Navajo sandstone along with the power of wind erosion. With the penetration of daylight through the narrow opening of the top you will see and enjoy myriad different light reflections. This amazing color makes this area a popular location for photographers and tourists. From the canyon, you can visit an area where the Colorado River made a 280 degree turn around the horseshoe-shaped rock formation which gives the location its name. You can walk 1.5 miles round-trip to reach an overlook that is 1000 feet above the curve of the clear, green Colorado River. Daily departures from Las Vegas.

Price Includes

  • Transportation from Las Vegas
  • Admission to National Parks
  • Scenic Walk to Horseshoe Bend
  • Bottled Water

What to Bring

  • Bring sun protection: sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses, hat, scarf, etc.
  • Wear comfortable outdoor clothing and walking shoes
  • Bring extra water and snacks if desired
  • Bring motion sickness medication if necessary
  • Be prepared to be without cell phone signal in some areas
  • Be sure to leave sufficient time between the end of this tour and any subsequent scheduled activities. The tour duration may be changed or extended due to unforeseen events such as weather or road conditions. NPE will not be responsible for missed shows, tours or flights.
  • Be prepared to carry infants and young children when visiting Antelope Canyon or Horseshoe Bend as strollers are not permitted.

Antelope & Horseshoe Bend Day Tour Itinerary 

  1. You will depart in the morning from Las Vegas, and head North through the Mojave Desert.   
  2. Approximately 90 minutes later, you will pass Mesquite, Nevada and enter the Virgin River Gorge, a dramatic and beautiful canyon carved by the rushing river waters in Northwestern Arizona.  
  3. Crossing into Utah, you will travel through St. George, known as Utah’s Dixie with its mild climate.   
  4. About 4 hours into your journey, you will pass through the town of Kanab, known as Utah’s little Hollywood due to being the setting for many Western movies and centrally located to access many national parks and sites.  
  5. Arrive at the town of Page after approximately a 1hour ride later and be welcomed by the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, the 2nd largest artificial lake in the US.  
  6. The order in which you visit the main attractions of the tour vary due to the timing of the scheduled guided Antelope tours. 
  7. Visit the part of the renowned Antelope Slot Canyon tour ushered by a local native guide and be amazed by the natural spectacle.  The guided tour will last approximately 1.5 hours. 
  8. Visit Horseshoe Bend Overlook, where you walk to the rim of the overlook and marvel at the bend created by the Colorado River that gave the site its namesake.  This portion of the tour will last approximately 1 hour. 
  9. Depart the town of Page for your return trip to Las Vegas, approximately 5-hour ride back to the city. 

 

*All times are approximate and subject to change depending on the season.”

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