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There is a Navajo Parks and Recreation Fee of $8.00 per person, which is to be paid in cash.

It is customary to tip the Navajo Guide between $3 and $5 per person.

Antelope Canyon uses the same time zone as Phoenix, Arizona and Page, Arizona. While traveling to the Page area, your cell phone may change time zones back and forth since it is near the Utah border. Also the Navajo Nation uses Mountain Daylight Time, which varies from Arizona’s Mountain Standard Time, but Antelope Canyon goes by local Page time. The easiest and safest way to plan your time, is to use the same time as Phoenix and Page, Arizona.

Ticket prices vary according to the time of day, month, and section of the canyon. You may purchase advance tickets, or book a day tour from Las Vegas that has the ticket included with the tour. Admission tickets for specific days and times often sell out well in advance.

It is only about a 15-minute drive between Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Both are included if you book a day tour from Las Vegas.

Smoking is not permitted inside Antelope Canyon.

Pets are not permitted.

Comfortable walking shoes and cell phone for pictures are important. You may also bring a bottle of water if you choose. No bags are allowed.

No bags are allowed inside the canyon. If you are on a bus tour, you may leave things on the bus.

The earlier you are able to make your reservations, the better options you will have to confirm your choices. Tickets and reservations can be made the day prior, subject to availability. There are capacity limits on all tours and the closer to the date, the more likely of it being sold out.

Tours are led by Navajo guides and are conducted in English.

Antelope Canyon may be closed due to rain, or expected rain. Sometimes one section of Antelope Canyon maybe closed and others remain open.

No, they are not accessible and do require guests to have mobility.

Yes, you can take photos, but please note that video is not allowed. Also, large cameras, camera bags, and tripods/monopods are prohibited.