America’s most famous and picturesque slot canyon, Antelope Canyon attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. The smooth, wind and water-swept passageways of red sandstone inspire awe and wonder unlike anywhere else. When the light hits just right, it’s hard to find many scenes that are quite as beautiful.
Situated on Navajo land near Page, AZ, this natural wonder is split into two main sections, Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. Both are only accessible with a guide, making tours within Antelope Canyon exclusive and sometimes difficult to book.
Antelope Canyon has become a popular spot for photographers and adventurers alike. But that popularity has come at a cost. Now it’s more expensive and harder to reserve a tour spot with the masses flooding in.
Luckily, there’s a way to bypass some of the crowds by paddle-boarding or kayaking Antelope Canyon. Again, you’ll need a tour guide to navigate through the canyon’s flooded portions. Enjoy this one-of-a-kind landmark
For the paddleboard and kayak rentals that you need near Antelope Canyon, contact Lake Powell Vacations! We offer affordable rental rates for your day trip through Antelope Canyon and beyond. Reserve your rentals today!